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we walked from the centre for that sense of arrival and it was worth it. Beautiful and astounding church with very friendly and knowledgeable guide and it being january we were the only people there. Not to be missed.
The Unesco World Heritage Site of the Boyana Church (entrance 5 leva), an amazing 10-11th century church with incredible frescoes dating to the 11th to the 17th centuries, though the most important ones were from 1259. They were really interesting as they dissociated themselves from...More
The Boyana church complex is small but amazing place. The church is situated in a small park with century old trees and the church itself is really small so there is a limit of people who can be inside at the same time. Our guide...More
oyana Church "St. St. Nicholas and Panteleimon "is a medieval Bulgarian church in the Boyana district of Sofia, located at the foot of Vitosha mountain. It is one of the cultural symbols of Bulgaria and was included in 1979 as a cultural monument in the...More
we went here on a combined day trip .not far out of sofia in the hillside .the church is so small they only let 10 people in at a time and only 10 mins .that said it is really interesting we had a guide which...More
The Boyana Church is world famous because of the frescoes from 1259, which demonstrate the exceptional achievements of mediaeval Bulgarian culture. The majority of the more than 240 figures depicted here display individuality, remarkable psychological insight and vitality. Those frescos are the first renaissance paintings,...More