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Bulgaria. Sofia. St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral #2
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Храм-памятник Святого Александра Невского — кафедральный патриарший собор Болгарской Православной Церкви.

Крупнейший, после собора святого Саввы в Белграде, православный собор на Балканах. Храм вмещает до 5000 человек. На колокольне находится 12 колоколов общим весом 23 тонны.

В храме находится более 80 писанных маслом икон, а также 273 фресок.
Автор проекта храма - российский архитектор Александр Померанцев.

Храм возведен в память о десятках тысяч русских солдатах, погибших в боях за освобождение Болгарии.
Строительство началось спустя 4 года после освобождения Софии, в 1882 году, и продолжалось 8 лет.

Подробно о храме можно почитать здесь (на болгарском): http://www.pravoslavieto.com/hramove/sofia/sv_al_nevski.htm

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