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You walk down steps to get to this unusual church, built below ground according to Turkish stipulations. It is dark, but the beautiful golden, colorful icons stand out amazingly, especially considering the age (1600’s). Small, but well worth a stop.
1632 year of building- the oldest cathedral church in Bulgaria. Look at the ceilings and frescoes, feel the time passing by... If you have a chance, you can even meet the bishop of Roussé, crossing the yard between the church and his residence nearby. Good...More
Be aware of the people who insist there is an entry fee of 4 BGN even though there are no signs and I confirmed with the museum next door and website entry is free, ans everyone else was entering without any problems. They were very...More
This is actually the Church of the Holy Trinity [Sveta Troitsa] however is often known as 'the cathedral' but it is not such because it is not a seat of a bishop. It is however a particularly interesting and beautiful place to visit. The belltower...More
This old church right next to the town’s opera house, is hidden somewhat by the thick trees in front of the church. While Its exterior is unimpressively simple, its interior is quite impressive with colorful murals and large chandelier.