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Completed in 1912, St. Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Cathedral Stauropigial Memorial-Church is an impressive landmark in Sofia. The church was built as a memorial to the 200,000 Russian soldiers who died in the Russo-Turkish Liberation War...more
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Saint Alexandar Nevski is the biggest Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria. Located in the heart of the city it is a a must to visit for everyone. The beautiful golden domes are high above in the sky and visible from any higher spot around the whole...More
The Alexander Nevski Cathedral dominates its square. This building is dedicated to Russians who lost their lives while helping to free Bulgaria from Ottoman rule. Inside is dark but has beautiful artwork and a few benches to sit and appreciate them. Even better is the...More
It's pretty much exactly what you would expect. It's a big, expensive church. Free to go inside, although, you have to pay if you want to take pictures. Inside isn't all that impressive. In our opinion, the real show is outside.