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Om Round Church
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Round Church (Bulgarian: Krgla crkva, Kragla tsarkva), also known as the Golden Church (Zlatna crkva, Zlatna tsarkva) or the Church of St John (crkva zSveti Joan", tsarkva zSveti Yoan"), is a large partially preserved early medieval Eastern Orthodox church. It lies in Preslav, the former capital of the First Bulgarian Empire, today a town in northeastern Bulgaria. The church dates to the early 10th century, the time of Tsar Simeon I's rule and was unearthed and first archaeologically examined in 1927-1928.