Alongside the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin, the central church in Varna, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church is one of the most interesting churches in the city.
The Orthodox Church is located in Kirill Square and Methodius, about 300 meters west of the Archaeological Museum in Varna. It belongs to the stream of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. Since it was inaugurated in 1886, at the time the highest place in the city, it is a landmark in the city. Nowadays it is also illuminated at night by a charming light.
In the early 1940s they completed the beautiful bell tower and designed the beautiful copper domes above it. In the church, too, the sights are beautiful. There you will see quite a few very impressive decorations and frescoes.
If you ascend the 133 steps to the top of the bell tower, you will have an excellent view of the surrounding Varna.