This rock monastery is located on the Shumen Plateau, near the village of Khan Krum, on the western slope of Kaluger's passage. Next to the monastery is a staircase, cut into the cliff, which at the end passes through a corridor leading to the premises.
For the rock monastery near the village of Khan Krum, a natural cave was used, which was further adapted and refined for the needs of the monks. The temple is crafty and precisely carved directly into the rock.
The monastery church is distinguished from the other rock churches in the region by the fact that there is a concha (from the Greek konche - a semicircular niche located on the northern and southern walls of the temples). Besides the church, there is another large room that was probably used as a bedchamber.