THE BISHOP'S BASILICA
AND THE ROMAN MOSAIC HERITAGE OF PHILIPPOPOLIS

You Thought Cyrillic Was Hard? Try Glagolitic.

Young museumgoers in Sofia celebrated Bulgaria’s national day, March 3, by going back to the country’s beginnings: they learned how to write in Glagolitic, the early Cyrillic script, dressed dolls in traditional Bulgarian attire they made, and practiced the ancient...

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New Life for the Small Basilica in Plovdiv

In Christian art, a stag is associated with the soul’s longing for salvation and is often found near baptismal pools as a symbol of the soul’s desire for purification.  Stags crave water just like Christians crave faith.  This sumptuous 6th Century AD mosaic made of...

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WELCOME TO THE OPENING OF THE BISHOP'S BASILICA OF PHILIPPOPOLIS IN FALL 2019.