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The “St. Tzar Boris” church in Momchilgrad (1939)
The “St. Tzar Boris” church in Momchilgrad (1939) The church was built in the period 1938-1939 on the place of a small temple. It is a one vault basilica named after the canonized Bulgarian ruler tzar Boris the First. Òhe iconostasis and the bishop’s throne are made out of carved wood. Òhe woîden plastic arts are from the Debers school. A charnel house was built next to the southern wall of the church keeping the mortal remains of those who have died for the freedom of the region.
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