Monastery of Saints Constantine and Helena, Saints Constantine and Helena
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Monastery of Saints Constantine and Helena houses the relics of St. Valentine. According to legend, locals built the monastery near a shipwreck where they had found a miraculous icon of saints Constantine and Helena. Today, only a small, half-buried church remains from the original monastery. Look for the holy spring in the altar, behind the throne; its water is said to heal disease. You must pay a fee to take pictures inside the gates of the monastery. With our online itinerary creator, Saints Constantine and Helena attractions like Monastery of Saints Constantine and Helena can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • It was interesting to go and look at the Church in Bulgaria is very small, silent Church, you can pour the holy water, put a candle.
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  • Perhaps the only "historical" place in this town. Yes, the convent is not ancient, but it's also part of the story-like brothers came from afar and began to build the new building of the old monastery. Inside all modestly and emotionally. On the outer wall hanging calendar of nearby services. We lived at "Jestreja" and not even immediately realized that the building above the restaurant-it's not a residential building and hotel monastery-so perfectly integrated ensemble. Well, because hotel policy was "drinking water just for the money", and all "cities" in stores October closed, we walked to the monastery for the water. Great water! Speak (okay, did not speak and write on a billboard at the entrance to the monastery), even miraculous. It is quite possible)))
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  • Beautiful on the outside. Very well maintained the monastery. In the hustle and bustle of the ability to calm and memories of ...
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