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Serbian Orthodox Church of the Holy Prince Lazar, Birmingham

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#18 of 36 in Historic Sites in Birmingham
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
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  • This church is truly iconic. I have a personal connection with it as it was my Grandfather who was involved with the building of this stunning building. I would strongly recommend attending the open....  more
    This church is truly iconic. I have a personal connection with it as it was my Grandfather who was involved with the building of this stunning building. I would strongly recommend attending the open....  more »
  • We visited today as it was open for the Heritage Open Day weekend. What a beautiful peaceful church, the painted interior is breathtaking. Well worth visiting. 
    We visited today as it was open for the Heritage Open Day weekend. What a beautiful peaceful church, the painted interior is breathtaking. Well worth visiting.  more »
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  • Church of the Holy Prince Lazar is the first purpose built Serbian Orthodox church in the UK and definitely one of the finest Orthodox church buildings in Western Europe. Wonderful architecture and a fascinating moment of Serbian heritage. Thank you for this beautiful Orthodox Church.
  • We discovered this extraordinary orthodox church in Birmingham quite chance whilst visiting my daughter, the exterior is interesting but not more than but it belies the truly beautiful interior. The artwork blazes with colour and tells of scenes from the story of Christ. If the walls and windows are just wonderful, to look up at the curved ceiling of the dome is to behold Christ in Glory a truly astonishing view of the risen Christ. Sadly unless you're a church member, it is only open to the public for a few days a year. Details of which can be had from church members on a Sunday or from its website. If in our great Second City don't miss it if at all possible

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