Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria, is said to be the largest Orthodox church in the world. The church was built in 1882 to honor the Russians who died between 1877 and 1878 in liberating Bulgaria from the Islamic Ottoman Empire.
The golden dome is 45 meters high.
Christ the Teacher welcomes you into his cathedral.
The interior of Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.
The iconostasis in the church of Saint Alexander.
From the museum under Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.
Saint Treime, i.e. Holy Trinity.
Saint Joseph Catholic cathedral