Catholic Church of St Paul the Crucified
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Catholic Church of St Paul the Crucified information
Lonely Planet review
The Catholic Church of St Paul the Crucified , just off ul Pridunavski, was completed in 1892. Its original murals, stained-glass windows, chandeliers and icons survive. St Paul’s was the first Bulgarian church equipped with an organ, and they still fire up the 700-pipe monster for Sunday mass.