One of the oldest buildings on the territory of the peninsula is considered to be the Church of St Stephen or the New Bishopric. The church was established in the 11th century and presents an architectural landmark of ultimate beauty. Built of stone church survived in its initial look through many centuries. Its walls keep a priceless collection of religious artifacts. The church of St Aliturgetos is considered to be a religious landmark of a later period.
This church was established by Greeks in the period of the early Middle Ages. In the early 20th century the building of the church was massively destroyed with an earthquake and was partially ruined. However the survived parts of the religious building give a chance to fully embrace the foregone might and beauty of the church. The Church of St Sophia is a must visit landmark for Nesebar guests. This historical landmark was also severely destroyed with an earthquake and only several walls survived resemble of today a scale church.
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