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The Royal Station

Built-in 1906 in a Neo-Baroque style the building of The Royal Station also known as The Royal Station Kazichene is a monument of culture and a museum. The Royal Railway Station was used exclusively...

Royal Stables, Sofia

Built at the time of Knyaz Aleksander Battenberg (Knyaz of Principality of Bulgaria in the period of June 26, 1879 – August 26, 1886) the imposing building of The Royal Stables is situated on...

Sofia Central Mineral Baths

The Central Mineral Baths is a landmark in the centre of Sofia, Bulgaria. It was built in the early 20th century near the former Turkish bath (then destroyed) and was used as the...

Central military club, Sofia

The Central Military Club is a multi-purpose monument of culture building in the centre of Sofia, Bulgaria. Built in 1895 based on designs by the czech architect Antonin Kolar, the...

Central Sofia Market Hall

The Central Sofia Market Hall (Bulgarian: Централни софийски хали) known popularly simply as The Market Hall (Халите, Halite) is a covered market in the centre of Sofia...

Arabakonak

Arabakonak (Bulgarian: Арабаконак, until June 29, 1942) or Botevgrad Pass is a mountain pass through the mountains Murgash to the west and Etropole Mountain to the east (parts of Western Stara...

Vrana Palace

Located on the outskirts of the capital city of Sofia, the splendid Vrana Palace (Also known as Vranya) is a former royal palace surrounded by a beautiful park who covers an area of around 100...

Sofia Synagogue

The Sofia Synagogue (Bulgarian: Софийска синагога, Sofiyska sinagoga) is the largest synagogue on Southeastern Europe, one of two functioning in Bulgaria (with the one in Plovdiv) and the...

Church of St. Paraskeva, Sofia

The Church of St. Paraskeva (Bulgarian: Църква “Света Параскева”) is a Bulgarian Orthodox church in Sofia, Bulgaria. Plans to build a church at the site date to 1910...

The Cathedral of St. Joseph

The Cathedral of St Joseph (Bulgarian: катедрала „Св. Йосиф“) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is the co-cathedral of the Diocese of Sofia and Plovdiv, together...

Lion’s Bridge

Lions’ Bridge (Bulgarian: Лъвов мост) is a bridge over Vladaya River in the centre of Sofia, Bulgaria, built 1889-1891 by Czech architect Václav Prošek, his brother Jozef and his...

Ivan Vazov National Theatre

The attack at the City Casino is a terrorist act committed around 1 am on February 14th (February 1, old style) in 1915 at the City Casino in Sofia from the so-called Red Brothers. It was done at the...

St. Nedelya Church

St. Nedelya Church (Bulgarian: Катедрален храм “Св. великомъченица Неделя” в София or църква „Света Неделя“, transliteration Sveta Nedelya) is an Eastern Orthodox church in Sofia, the...

The Royal Palace, Sofia

The Royal Palace which initially served as the residence of the Prince and later – of the King, was among the first symbols of Sofia, following its proclamation capital city of the Third...