Hagia Sophia Basilica (the Old Bishopric)
Hagia Sophia was the most prominent religious building on the west coast of the Black Sea for a 1,000 years. This old bishopric predates the Hagia Sophia Basilica in Istanbul and can be traced back to the 5th century.
It was built on the Agora—the central public space of the Ancient Greek city-state—and to this day stands proudly in the middle of Nessebar as a cultural centre and the most vibrant place in town.
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