Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Sofia, 20th century)

Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Sofia, 20th century)

Built in Neo-Byzantine style, this Orthodox cathedral is one of the symbols of the Bulgarian capital city.

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Alexander Nevsky, Alexander Pomerantsev, Neo-Byzantine, thánh đường, chính thống, nhà thờ, Byzantine, Anton Mitov, kiến trúc, tòa nhà, Sofia, Bulgaria, tôn giáo, ký hiệu, mái vòm, thánh, thánh bảo trợ, Tháp chuông, biểu tượng, Balkans, Bán đảo Balkan, Bungari, thế kỷ thứ 20

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