As pavement, and wheelbarrow and plastic hoods. How often is it in the 21st century that you walk into a cathedral as active construction site? The pilgrims to the Temple of Saint Sava ("gathering: but it's so much more than gathering: organic")—citizens who aren't annoyed by this massive occupation of the National Library plaza—are satisfied enough to commune with icons in a peripheral room off the cantiere and to buy models in plaster that will probably be the only finished versions many will ever see, while the diminutive chapel for worship next door represents the monument convincingly, in amazingly coherent Byzantine style, as already finished.