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The Church “St. Paraskeva”, Pchelarovo village
The Church “St. Paraskeva”, Pchelarovo village The local people know the church as “St. Petka”. Two architectural periods can be outlined in its construction – 1886 and 1913. The royalty row includes 6 icons ordered according to the canone and the apostoles row includes 20 icons. The iconostasis, icons, bishop’s throne and church plate are typical for the small village churches. The original building of the bell tower is preserved – a six wall dome with a cross stands on round pillars. There is an old monastery school close by. In the vicinity of the church can also be seen a big tap and remnants of a small chapel. The church is still functioning and is designated as a monument of culture. Note: The place is suitable for tourism.
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