The Church of St. Theodore in Nesebar, Bulgaria, was constructed in the 13th century, as shown by the north and west facades that still stand today. The remaining walls and roof were constructed afterwards. It is a church with a single nave, narthex, and apse. The church measures 8,70 meters long and 4.15 meters broad.
The facade is embellished with stone and brick blind arches. Stone blocks and bricks are arranged in staggered zigzag patterns under the arches.
The Church of the Holy Saviour or Sveti Spas in the Bulgarian town of Nesebar, a UNESCO World Heritage site, was constructed in 1609 and measures 11.70 m in length and 5.70 m in width, with a single nave and apse. It is renowned for its wall paintings from the early 17th century depicting
The Church of St. Stephen (Bulgarian: Sveti Stefan) is a former Eastern Orthodox church that has been converted into a museum in Nessebar, Eastern Bulgaria. It is part of the city's architectural and historical reserve, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the 100 national tourist
Ethnographic Museum Nessebar is housed in a National Revival-style home constructed in 1840 by a rich local businessman. It is a two-story home with a stone ground floor and a timber-framed residential second level with five rooms and a large central salon with a carved wooden ceiling and a large