The site is located in the village of Horgoš, about 300 meters north of the railroad Subotica-Horgoš. Protective excavations have revealed the foundations of the church with a tower that was built on the west wall. The foundations of the temple were made in the technique of riprap, of quarry stone with melted clay. On the larger part of the foundations only charged clay is preserved with fine gravel in width of the wall (1m). During excavations in the ruins of the inner part of the church a grave with silver jewelry from the fifteenth century is discovered. Preserved foundations of the church were destroyed. The copy of the foundation was made subsequently but it cannot have the status of an immovable cultural property. Since the archaeological data are not reliable, the author of the excavations , by analogy of investigated religious buildings, mainly in Hungary, determined the half of the thirteenth century as the origination period of the church. South and southeast of the church there is a major necropolis, which was partially destroyed by the construction of the motorway and a medieval settlement was built in the periphery. On the neighboring dry hills in the swamp, there are several small settlements that may archaeological date from the XI to XV century. The medieval necropolis by the ruins of the church was explored in 1995.