The Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Cathedral is the most beautiful Cathedral in Sofia outside and inside. I would recommend to go there on Sunday .
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The Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Cathedral is a Memorial Church built to honour the memory of the thousands of Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Moldavian, Finnish and Romanian soldiers who lost their lives during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-78), following which Bulgaria gained independence from the Ottoman rule. The...More
The cathedral is very beautiful from the outside.. different from any other cathedrals I have seen. Definitely worth seeing.
Lovely place to visit. A good example of Neo-Byzantine architecture. Beware of taking photos without buying a permit though.It's 10 leva for a permit.
Really worth a visit it is imposing and stands in the centre of Sofia. in the sunlight the glint on the roof is quite beautiful. you go here to see thi.
Huge building, built in Neo-Byzantine. Rooftop of the cathedral is made from a pure gold. From inside, cathedral is painted with really nice frescos and icons. It kind of reminds me of cathedrals from "Templar" based movies and video games :D Only thing I didn't...More
Well, I guess it's evident in my recent reviews, but I'm a bit tired of religious iconography. I had just finished a week in Istanbul and was tired of visiting mosques. For me, I prefer the beach or mountains -- nature. Nevertheless, the Cathedral Nevski...More
Free to visit this monumental church. You're asked not to take photographs. I was also chastised for having my hands in my coat pockets (it's chilly in there! Not sure if this is somehow disrespectful...) The church is equally impressive inside and out. Don't miss...More