On the steep slopes in the central part of the Malovishte village, on an artificially formed plateau the temple dedicated to St. Petka is located. Built in 1856, this temple is one of the largest architectural buildings in the National Park Pelister.
With its preserved fresco-painting, as well as the extraordinary wooden iconostas made in deep engraving, the church of St. Petka is one of the places you should not miss while visiting the village of Malovishte.
Particularly interesting is the gallery of icons placed in the upper part of the church, with specimens of icons dating back to the 16th century, that is, part of the icons originated from the old temple that existed at this place.
The church is locked and all visits should be announced to the church board in the village.