Church of Saints Kozma and Damyan
Bulgaria, Myrvodol

The medieval Bulgarian Orthodox Church of Saints Kozma and Damyan is located 600 meters south of the village of Myrvodol, near the old rural cemetery. It was built on a steep slope descending to a small river. It is a small cross-domed building with dimensions of 6.75 by 4.50 meters. The apse reaching the axillary protrusion is best preserved; the rest of the church is badly destroyed. The walls are preserved to a height of 1.30 meters from the basement level. The walls of the church were made of processed stones and bricks. Rock blocks were used to strengthen the corners. Over its long history, the church was painted twice: in the 14th century and in the 16th century. At present, no painting can be discerned.

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