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Bulgaria. Sofia. Sveta Nedelia Cathedral
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Собор Святой Недели — кафедральный собор Софийской митрополии, названный в честь святой мученицы Кириакии Никомидийской (болг. Неделя)


Первоначальное строение было возведено в X веке, много раз перестраивалось, сильно пострадало после теракта, учиненного комунистами в 1925, когда от взрыва бомбы погибло и было ранено более 700 человек.
Художественные фрески в обновленном здании были сделаны группой художников в главе с Николаем Ростовцевым между 1971 и 1973 годами.

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