St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel is an Orthodox church in Nessebar, Eastern Bulgaria, today half-destroyed. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the hundred national tourist sites.
The church was built in the thirteenth century. It is a one-nave, cross-captive, with a narthex. The dimensions are 13,90 x 5,30 meters. The church ended with a large dome, and on the west there was a fourth tower that rose above the narthex. The stone ladder that led to it is hidden in the western wall of the church. The temple goes through 3 doors - one on the north wall to the ship and 2 on the narthex.