This church is situated in the "Square of Tolerance" right next to Vitosha Boulevard, the Jewish Synagogue and the Mosque.
Not every church has the history associated with this one, nor the descriptive sign on the wall to explain it. Interior is nice but the visit is more worthwhile to learn of the important historical event that took place here.
Well kept Bulgarian orthodocks church in a middle of Sofia. Quiet, cozy if compare to Nevski Cathedral.
Very nice, beautiful church showing history and culture of the area. Great paintings and works of art.
Another fantastic church which is very popular for weddings. Like all the main churches visitors seem welcome to wander around during a wedding and take photographs etc. Most memorable site was of a skinhead bride getting onto a 1000cc motorbike to be driven away after her wedding by her leather clad groom. Quite and experience
The Saint Nedelya church is a beautiful Orthodox cathedral in the center of Sofia, at the end of Vitosha Boulevard. It looks very old but, in fact, it was destroyed and rebuilt many times. The church we see now was rebuilt on old foundations in 1927 after being blown up during a funeral in 1925 which killed many people of... More
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