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For the religious person and historian alike, this church has to be a 'must see' on your itinerary. Richly decorated as these churches invariably are, this one does not fail to please the eye. The added bonus is the reliquary of John the Baptist. No...More
It was explained to us that the unusual height of the church, was to enable it to be built in compliance with the ruling that no church roof should be higher than a Soldier of the Ottoman Empire, sat on his horse with his helmet...More
It looks like a very interesting church with a special atmosphere. There was a small and lovely garden,which could be seen from the street. For 2 days we could not get in,because it was closed. We have been there several times per day on Sunday...More
One of the oldest churches in Old Sozopol, with a small beautiful garden; a real oasis of peace and recollection from daily tumult of life ... I visited the church during the day and the temperature inside was pretty high, therefore I would recommend possibly...More
Very much thankfully kept in its original historic condition. Beautiful piece of history.
I'm no church/religious buff, but the church in its condition and its place in history is definitely worth a look.
only after yoi vusut this hided Church you will understand ehat is meaning to be Christian in a muslim medieval empire. The feeling which are revealed by this holy Church are har to be written.Go there and pray. Is a gate to Heaven.