The Ristozi Church of Mbroje in Korca is defined and framed by the naos, a porch that lies in the western and southern parts. The church structure is an inscribed cross type. On the eastern wall, we find the semicircular Abside, with an arched Nike. Two other Nikes, reaching the ground, are in the southern and northern walls. The church has two entrance portals, one in the southern part and the other in the eastern part. An equiangular at the junction point of the cross beams tumbler lifts up on a podium. According to the building techniques and its form, studies suggest that the church was likely built during the 14th century CE.