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Churches in Varna

In Varna there are churches of many religions and believers. Orthodox cathedrals, churches, monasteries, mosques, senaghos, Armenian church, Catholic church – you can also explore them with curiosity.

Cathedral-monument “St. Uspenie Bogorodichno”

The Varna Cathedral is located in the very center of the city. It is one of the most famous buildings here.

The history of the temple began in the first years after the Liberation, construction continued for six years. The first divine liturgy was held on August 30, 1886.

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Hits: 7: 00-18: 00, no day off

St. Cyril and St. Methodius Square 1 | Tel. +359 52 613 005, e-mail:

St. Athanasius Temple

St. Atanasii Temple is the old metropolitan church in Varna. It is close to the Roman Baths. It was built in 1838 on the site of the former two-year-old ancient temple.

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Spring-Summer: 8: 00-18: 00

autumn-winter: 8: 00-17: 00

19 Graf Ignatiev str Tel. +359 52 639 716, e-mail:

Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker

It is one of the oldest Orthodox temples in Varna with 150 years of history. It is located in the pedestrian zone in the central city part, in an impressive architecture from the beginning of the 20th century.

It was built in the period 1859-1865 with the funds of the will of the rich Varna merchant Paraskeva Nikolaou.

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Visits: 07: 30-18: 00, no day off

35 Knyaz Boris I Blvd. | Tel. +359 52 622 727

Orthodox Church of St. Paraskeva Petka

The church is known to the citizens of Varna only as “St. Petka”. Its construction began in 1901 and ended in 1906. Zografisana was only in 1973 – until that time she had welcomed the laymen with white walls, like most hams.

Unlike most churches in Varna, St. Petka was not destroyed.

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Hits: 07: 00-17: 00

“Georgi S. Rakovski” Str TEL. +359 52 658 904, e-mail:

Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church of St. Sarkis

The Armenian temple is located in the central part of Varna, near the Shishkova garden. There was a small semi-underground church built in the 17th century, which was destroyed in a fire in 1843. A year later, the new temple was restored and sanctified on January 1, 1844.

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Visits: 09: 00-17: 00, no day off

15, Han Asparuh Str., tel .: +359 52 619 382, ​​e-mail:

Catholic Church “Immaculate Conception of St. Virgin Mary”

It is one of the two Catholic temples on the territory of Varna, open to worship. The church is the first Catholic prayer home built in Varna after the Liberation and one of the few objects of Gothic architecture.

It is situated in one of the largest ensembles of ancient European architecture from the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The first sod for it was made in 1882 by Prince Alexander I Battenberg. Construction was carried out in the period 1883-1885.

Since the establishment of the Communist power in 1944, the Catholic community in Bulgaria has been hostile to traitors and spies of Western countries and the Vatican. The closure of Catholic churches and schools throughout the country begins. The service in the sanctuary of Varna was finally banned in 1973, the church was plundered and closed, and as a result it began to collapse. In the period 2006-2013, under the project of arch. Vladimir Rachev and with the active support of the Vatican and other benefactors, the temple was restored and open to worship.

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Visits: 08: 00-18: 00, no day off

41, Preslav Str Tel. +359 52 612 134

Monastery “St. St. Konstantin and Elena”

9 km to the northeast of Varna is the monastery “St. St. Constantine and Elena”. It is not known when it was founded, but the legends tell that a monastic brotherhood lived here in the 16th century and connected its emergence with the miraculous icon of the patrons of Christianity St. Constantine and St. Elena and the healing spring. This spring is still preserved.

During the Russian-Turkish War of 1828-1829 the monastery was destroyed. Several years later, thanks to the efforts of two brothers, the heroomonas – Theodosius and Agapi Kantardzhievi from Tarnovo, began his resumption.

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Visits: 08: 00-17: 00, every day

“St. St. Konstantin and Elena ” Tel. +359 52 359 667

There is a working synagogue of the Jewish Eskenazi in Varna. It was built between 1908 and 1910, when German and Russian Jews settled in the city.
Unfortunately, after September 9, it was used by sports clubs, a concrete slab was poured in the center of the hall, and one of the walls was slaughtered to make an auxiliary room.
Its present look is completely renovated in its original look, but it is also broken through the modern building, which is reminiscent of the glass dome on the top of the building. It works today mainly as a business building housing a small part of the synagogue.

5 Ticha Str. | Tel. +359 88 871 9770

Mosque “Aziziya”
Most probably, the Aziziye Mosque was built after the construction of the new fortress wall when the new Tatar Mahles was formed in this area. The mosque is named after Sultan Abdul Aziz, who came to power in 1861, and whose funds were built. It is known that he visited Varna in 1867.

Like all mosques, Azzie is built so that her prayer niche points to Mecca.

Angel Georgiev str
Orthodox Church of St. Archangel Mihail, Orthodox Church “St. Assumption “, Orthodox Church of St. Archangel Michael, Orthodox Church of St. Paraskeva, Catholic Chapel” St. Archangel Michael “, Heire mosque

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