A part of this complex is a beautiful church made of stones and bricks with a shape of inscribed cross, dedicated to St. Naum.
There is numerous evidence about the miracles that had happened in the monastery of St. Naum Ohridski The Miracle Worker. They present a living proof of the holiness of this temple and the miraculous power of the relics of St. Naum that are laid in the church.
Saint Naum Ohridski, a contemporary of Saint Kliment Ohridski and one of the most significant students of the Saints Cyril and Methodius, was well known for his miraculous healing power. He built the church dedicated to the holly archangels Michael and Gavril, in the 9th century. In 910, after his death, Saint Naum was buried in the small chapel in the church which is decorated with impressive frescoes that show his life and the miracles he had made. On the columns, there are remains of inscriptions in Glagolitic and Cyrillic letters that date from the 10th century, and are proofs of the beginnings of the Slavic literacy.