Christ Pantokrator Church
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Lonely Planet review
Typical of the characteristic Nesebâr construction is the well-preserved Christ Pantokrator Church, built in the mid-14th century. An unusual feature at the eastern end is the frieze of swastikas, an ancient solar symbol. The church is now used as a commercial art gallery.