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Green Corridors - MEDIEVAL MONASTERY "HOLY TRINITY", TSAREVO

MEDIEVAL MONASTERY "HOLY TRINITY", TSAREVO

The monastery is situated near the sea on the bow of the southern peninsula of Tsarevo, where was situated the medieval fortress "Vasiliko" with an important port and shipyard.

MEDIEVAL MONASTERY "HOLY TRINITY", TSAREVO

History

Monastery "Holy Trinity" was built in the 11th century and was burnt down in the beginning of the 17th century. The old monastery walls are partly preserved. The church was restored in the mid-19th century and called "The Assumption". Archaeological survey is being conducted to reveal the monastery.

Preservation

Status: In process of research and archaeological survey.

Area Descriptions

Public Access: using the local road network and a short dirt path to the monastery.

Related routes

Project: Green corridors - promotion of natural, cultural and historical heritage in the region of Burgas and Kirklareli. Grant Contract №РД-02-29-173/01.07.2011.

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