Cathedral of St Sava, Belgrade, Serbia by Margaret  Hyde
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The Cathedral of St Sava is the largest Orthodox place of worship in the Balkans and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. It is built on the place where it is thought that Sinan-Pasha burned the relics of St Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church, in 1595.

It has been built in the Serbian-Byzantine style, can accommodate 10,000 believers at any one time and the western choir gallery can hold 800 choristers.. Clad in white marble and granite and the murals, which are yet to be undertaken, will be mosaics

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cathedral, st sava, belgrade, serbia, church, margaret hyde

I am a keen amateur photographer (progressing from a Brownie Box to digital) who loves to combine travel and photography. I have travelled extensively in Australia and New Zealand with other trips to parts of UK & Europe, USA, Africa, Scandinavia and Canada. My photography reflects my interest in culture, scenery and wildlife relating to these travels.

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  • katekreations
    katekreationsalmost 2 years ago

    Congratulations Featured 21st October 2012

  • Hi Kate, Thank you for the honour.

    – Margaret Hyde

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparalmost 2 years ago

    Lovely Work .!!!!

  • Hi Vaggypar, that your for your lovely comment.

    – Margaret Hyde

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