Sveta Marina Church
Plovdiv’s magnificent 2nd-century-AD amphitheatre, built by Emperor Trajan, was only uncovered during a freak landslide in 1972. It once...
City Art Gallery
The City Art Gallery, another branch of the State Gallery of Fine Arts, holds small, temporary exhibitions of abstract art.
Cultural Center Thrakart
Visible through floor-to-ceiling windows in the Tsar Obedinitel underpass, Cultural Center Thrakart contains extensive Roman floor...
The amphitheatre hosts Plovdiv’s annual Verdi Festival (June), plus other summertime opera, ballet and music performances.
Across from the boulevard's pedestrian underpass, the friendly Gusto has diner-style booths upstairs and cosy tables downstairs, both...
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Sveta Marina Church information
Built in 1561, Sveta Marina Church was burnt down 50 years later, rebuilt in 1783, and repaired in 1856. Note the 17m-high pagoda-shaped wooden bell tower (1870), and the intricate, 170-year-old iconostasis.