"Saint Nicholas" is a Bulgarian Orthodox church in the town of Samokov, a cathedral church of the former Samokov diocese.
The temple is one-apse, three-domed, with an open narthex and a bell tower above the main entrance.
The cemetery church "St. Nicholas" in Samokov was consecrated on October 26, 1861. It housed the graves of many prominent citizens of Samokov such as Zahari Zograf, Zahari Hadjigyurov and others. Today, only the tomb of the last Samokov Metropolitan Dositej is preserved. During the construction of a house, east of today's church fence, a tomb was found in which a medallion with the name Paisius was found. This find, together with the note from the kondika of the Hilendar Monastery from July 3, 1798, made for now this grave the main contender for the place where Paisii Hilendarski found his last rest.