Category:Parascheva of the Balkans

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Parascheva of the Balkans 
ascetic saint
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Date of birth10th century (end of)
Selimpaşa (Byzantine Empire, Thrace)
Date of death11th century (beginning of)
Selimpaşa (Byzantine Empire, Thrace)
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Parascheva de los Balcanes (es); Parascheva des Balkans (fr); Sveta Petka (hr); Параскева Сербская (ru); Paraskevi von Iași (de); Parascheva of the Balkans (en-gb); Свята Параскевія (uk); Петка Българска (bg); Света Петка (sr); Cuvioasa Parascheva (ro); Οσία Παρασκευή η Επιβατινή (el); Parascheva of the Balkans (en-ca); პარასკევა სერბი (ka); Santa Parascheva di Iasi (it); Święta Paraskewa (pl); פאראסקבה האדוקה (he); Sveta Petka (sh); 聖帕拉斯基娃 (zh-hant); 圣帕拉斯基娃 (zh-cn); Света Петка Трновска (mk); Santa Parascheva (ca); Parascheva of the Balkans (en); Paraskevo Balkana (eo); 圣帕拉斯基娃 (zh-hans); svatý Paraskiva (cs) religiosa e monaca bizantina (it); asketische Heilige (de); ascetic saint (en); балканска светица (mk); světec (cs) Paraskeva die Jüngere, Parascheva des Balkans (de); Paraskiva (cs); Света Параскева (sr)
English: Saint Parascheva of the Balkans (also known as Petka, Petka of Bulgaria, Petca Parasceva, Paraskevi of Serbia, Paraskeva Pyatnitsa, Parascheva of Tirnovo, Parascheva the Serbian, Parascheva of Belgrade, Parascheva the New, Parascheva the Young) was an ascetic female saint of the 11th century.

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