Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Sofia, Bulgaria

St. Petka's church has stood here since the late 1300s, when it was in the middle of the leather-workers quarter. They worshiped here and supported it with their offerings. Today, it might as well be called the Church of the Metro since the center city station is adjacent. Using church architecture, can you orient yourself to the east? [2010]

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