The residential buildings of the Kapinovo Monastery were erected in 1856 by the funds of brothers Horozovi from the town of Elena. monastery details The Kilifarevo Monastery The Nativity of Virgin Mary is established in 1348 from the renowned Bulgarian clergyman, Teodosii Turnovski with the generous support of the Bulgarian ruler Ivan Aleksander.Teodosii became an abbot in the monastery and turned it into one of the most significant educational and literal centre of the Orthodox Hesychasm.Bulgaria Monasteries is a website which is uniquely created to reveal the beautiful world of Bulgarian monasteries to you and give you the starting point for your journey through the land of monasteries.You will find on our website in detail and illustrated information for over 120 monasteries in Bulgaria.monastery details Arapovski Monastery was established in the middle of 19th century near an antique spring.The construction was done in 1856 and 3 years later the main church "St. The most unique bulding in Arapovski Monastery is the church tower. monastery details Cherepish Monastery was established during the reign of tsar Ivan Shishman.Due to its origin, the monastery combines three cultures Byzantine, Georgian and Bulgarian.There are three churches in the monastery, the oldest one of which dated back to the 12th-13th century.
It was built in 1600, but its present appearance dated back to the period 1835-1855 when the main church was erected.
The oldest building in the monastery is Hrelyo Tower from 14th century.
monastery details The monastery was established in 1083 by the Great Domestik of Western Byzantine Garrisons, the Georgian, Grigorii Bakuriani.
The Klisura Monastery offers accommodation at reasonable prices.
monastery details The Aladzha rock monastery is situated only a few kilometers south of the Riviera Holiday Club sea resort and 2 km of Golden Sands seaside resort. At present, the remains of 20 residential premises and three churches, which were cut out on two levels in the almost 40-meter high limestone rock and connected via an external staircase dug into the rocks, will fascinate the visitor.
It is believed that the monastery was a part of the group of monasteries which arose in 14th and 15th century around Sofia.