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Sights in Sofia

Pirogov hospital

Pirogov hospital was founded in 1951 and today has a capacity of 795 hospital beds, 33 clinics and departments and employed over...
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Джамията Баня баши

Banya Bashi mosque

Banya Bashi mosque is located in the central part of  Sofia and is the only functioning mosque in the town.    Banya Bashi mosque...
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Council of ministers building

Council of ministers building is where the Bulgarian prime-minister is working. The prime-minister office’s windows are facing the Presidency which is 100...
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Булевард Витоша

Vitosha Boulevard

Vitosha Boulevard is the main commercial street in the centre of Sofia, which is abundant in posh stores, restaurants and bars.   Vitosha...
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National stadium

Vasil Levski National Stadium was officially opened in 1953, extended in 1966 and renovated in 2002. Prior to their demolition by the...
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Borisova gradina park

Borisova gradina or Knyaz-Borisova gradina is the oldest and best known park in Sofia. Its construction and arrangement began in 1884 and...
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sveta nedelja

St. Nedelya church – Holy Sunday Church

The origin of the name Sveta Nedelya is rather obscure. It can be translated as either “Holy Sunday”, “Saint Nedelya”, or even...
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The Tzar’s Palace – former Royal Palace

To the north side of the Alexander Battenberg Square is an elegant building known as the  Tzar’s Palace – former Royal Palace....
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National Academy of art

National Academy of art is the former State Drawing School – opened on 1 October 1896 by a Decree signed by Prince...
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