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About: Lozen Monastery of St. Spas

The Lozen Monastery of St. Spas is a Bulgarian monastery in the village of Lozen, originally built during the Second Bulgarian Empire. It's also known as “Sveti Spas” (Holy Saviour), and is part of the spectacular 13th-century monastic complex of Mala Sveta Gora.

Lozen Monastery of St. Spas
1151 село Лозен, 1151, Lozen
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