1. Pamporovo - Dormition of the Mother of God – “Uspenie Bogorodichno”.

The Dormition of the Mother of God – “Uspenie Bogorodichno” church in Pamporovo resort is built completely from donations, with six church bells donated from Russia. Contemporary design, combined with Orthodox traditions make the church a beautiful place to see and a temple to visit.

2. Church of Saint Vissarion of Smolyan

The Eastern Orthodox church in Smolyan, Bulgaria, inaugurated on 2 July 2006 is the second largest church in the country (following Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia). Church's hall has an area of 382 m² and has 11 bells, each with an engraving of saint on it. The crossed-arch dome has a modern twist, enhanced by non-traditional and yet well-complementing innovative details.

3. The Holy Mother of God Church (Bogorodica), Shiroka Laka village

It is believed that, with the restless work and devotion of the determined Shiroka Laka Christians, the church was constructed for just 40 days in 1834, during the ages of the Ottoman occupation. The temple was consecrated in 1835 and is dedicated to the Dormition of the Mother of God, when a conjoined school was built as well. The church is an important cultural monument for the area and on the Balkans.

4. Bachkovo Monastery

The Bachkovo Monastery Dormition of the Holy Mother of God is the second largest and just as important as the other very popular Bulgarian Monastery St Ivan Rilski in Rila. The monastery occupies the right banks of the Chepelare River, 10km away from Asenovgrad and 30km from Plovdiv – also very accessible and thus – one of the busiest in visitors. The complex has 2 major yards, formed by churches, dorms, refectory and other monastery buildings. Founded in 1083 by Prince Gregory Pakourianos as a Georgian-dominated Orthodox monastery, it is further developed by the construction in 1604 of the Church of Mary, well preserved and open to visitors.

5. Krustova gora (Holy Cross Woods)

The Holy cross woods, also known as “The Rhodopean Holywood” is a sacred place near Krustov vruh (The Cross peak), 1413m, and is named after it. Known as a holy place because of the Monastery complex build there, Krustova gora is one of the largest and most significant Christian places in Bulgaria, attracting many visitors all year round. Popular saying - that part of the Holy Cross of Christ was buried here - is the reason Christian pilgrims visit the place.