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Bulgarian Church Woodcarving 14th - 19th Century - Валентин Ангелов

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ДАТА: 2001
РАЗМЕР: 5,35
ISBN: 954-642-082-4
ЕЗИК: БЪЛГАРСКИ
АВТОР: Валентин Ангелов

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... century. The first two decades following the reestablishment of the Bulgarian state were dominated by efforts at modernization in political, economic, and cultural spheres ... Bulgarian church woodcarving 14th - 19th Century | Къща за ... ... . The governments of Karavelov (1883-85), Stambolov (1887-94), and Stoilov worked to bring the country closer to Europe.As prince and later as tsar, Ferdinand also played an important role. Amazon.com: Bulgarian Church Woodcarving, 14Th-19th Century (Bulgarian Academic Monographs, 4) (9789546420824): Valentin Angelov: Books Трифон Силяновски. Toggle Menu. Събития. Видео; Православие и съвремие As a means of recording the passage of time, the 14th century was a century lasting fr ... 《Bulgarian Church Woodcarving 14th - 19th Century ... ... . Toggle Menu. Събития. Видео; Православие и съвремие As a means of recording the passage of time, the 14th century was a century lasting from January 1, 1301, to December 31, 1400. It is estimated that the century witnessed the death of more than 45 million lives from political and natural disasters in both Europe and the Mongol Empire. [citation needed] West Africa and Indian Subcontinent experienced economic growth and prosperity. On July 17, 1393, the Muslims captured the Bulgarian capital city of Turnovo, beginning a period of subjugation that was to last nearly five hundred years. 4. The Dark Years of the Turkish Yoke (14th to 19th Centuries) The heavily fortified city of Constantinople was conquered by the Turks much later than the cities of the Balkans. By the end of 14th century, the Rila Monastery had turned into a powerful feudal entity with many villages, lands and properties. Many prominent Bulgarian rulers showed great interest in the personality of the hermit John and Rila cloister in the Middle Ages. Bulgarian Kings of Second Bulgarian Kingdom made lavish gifts to the monastery. Woodcarving (from Germany) Collectibles Wood items Figurines, Art panels. current price 60.00 lv-0%. starting price: 60.00 lv. armi-trade (398) ended number of bids: 0. or. See all auctions of this seller Add to watch list Remove the auction from Watched Ask a public question Contact the seller. Church of St Peter, a 14th Century Grade 1 listed church at Hope, Derbyshire, England, UK Close-up of the 14th century figure of the Virgin Mary in the Prior's Room was probably carved in Burgundy. A small church tower was built on the roof of the building in 19th century. The ossuary built in 1597 outside the monastery's walls is also a part of the monastery's complex of Rozhen cloister. It is two-storey church-vault, in the lower part of which are gathered together the relics of prominent monks. The Bulgarian Historical Archive contains more than 300 chronicles, mainly from the 19th century. The following have been digitised: Chronicle of the orthodox community in the town of EskiCuma (Targovishte) (1818-1882), Chronicle of the Bulgarian community in the town of Samokov (1875-1877), Chronicle of the tailoring and homespun tailoring ... The church was first mentioned in the 16th century and was constructed at the place of a former Roman religious building. It is today a monument of culture known for its mural paintings from the 14th, 15th, 17th and 19th century depicting biblical scenes. The church is dedicated to St Petka, an 11th-century Bulgarian saint. The Sveta Nedelya Church, in the town of Batak, is today a museum that contains the skulls and bones of several thousand Bulgarian women, children and old men who were butchered. QUICK FACTS Date of construction: 1834 - 1837 Architecture: five-domed, cross-in-square building with large colonaded nartex (porch). Frescoes: Work of the most significant Bulgarian mural painters of the 19th century Iconostasis: One of the largest guilded iconostasis in Bulgaria made from walnut wood Admission: Free The Nativity of the Virgin Mary is the main church of the monastery ... The main church of the monastery was erected in the middle of the 19th century. Its architect is Pavel Ioanov, who worked on it from 1834 to 1837. The church has five domes, three altars and two side chapels, while one of the most precious items inside is the gold-plated iconostasis, famous for its wood-carving, the creation of which took five ......