Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia Google's machine translation is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that ... Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. ...
Amphitheatre remains inside the Arena di Serdica hotel, a pastiche of classicism The Amphitheatre of Serdica (Latin: AMPHITEATRUM SERDICENSE; Bulgarian: Амфитеатър на Сердика, Amfiteatar na Serdika) was an amphitheatre in the Ancient Roman city of Ulpia Serdica, now Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
The mosque is famous for its large dome, diameter 15m, and the minaret. Currently, the Banya Bashi Mosque is the only functioning mosque in Sofia, a remnant of the Ottoman rule of Bulgaria that lasted nearly five centuries, and is used by the city's Muslim community.
The Boyana Church (Bulgarian: Боянска църква, Boyanska tsărkva) is a medieval Bulgarian Orthodox church situated on the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, in the Boyana quarter. In 1979, the building was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Cherni Vrah (Bulgarian: Черни връх / ‘Black Peak’) is the summit of Vitosha Mountain in Bulgaria. Rising to 2290 m, the peak is the fourth highest mountain summit in the country after Musala (2925 m, Rila Mountains), Vihren (2914 m, Pirin Mountains), and Botev Vrah (2376 m, Balkan Range).
Dragalevtsi Monastery of the Holy Mother of God of Vitosha (Bulgarian: Драгалевски манастир „Света Богородица Витошка“, Dragalevski manastir „Sveta Bogoroditsa Vitoshka“) is a Bulgarian Orthodox monastery on the lower slopes of Vitosha mountain on the outskirts of the capital Sofia in western Bulgaria.
Eagles' Bridge (Bulgarian: Орлов мост, Orlov most) is a bridge over the Perlovska River in downtown Sofia, capital of Bulgaria. The bridge and junction where it is located, sometimes referred to as Ploshtad Orlov Most (Orlov Most Square) are usually referred simply as Eagles' Bridge (Orlov most).
The Earth and Man National Museum hosts cultural and nature preservation events. Earth and Man National Museum is situated on Sofia’s 4 Cherni Vrah Blvd. It works each day apart from Sunday and Monday from 10 am to 6 pm. Tickets cost two leva and discounts are available for students and group visits.
Iskar (Bulgarian: Искър) is a district located in the eastern parts of Sofia. As of 2006 it has 69,896 inhabitants and has an area of 25,6 km². It includes four neighbourhoods: "Druzhba 1", "Druzhba 2", "Dimitar Milenkov" and Abdovitsa as well as the village of
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and the district (oblast) Sofia city with 1,291,591 inhabitants (2010). This is home to almost one in five (17.5 percent) residents of Bulgaria, Sofia. Sofia is the political, economic and cultural center of Bulgaria and its most important transportation hub.
The Monument to the Soviet Army (Bulgarian: Паметник на Съветската армия, Pametnik na Savetskata armia) is a monument located in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. There is a large park around the statue and the surrounding areas. It is a popular place where many young people gather.
The Monument to the Tsar Liberator (Bulgarian: Паметник на Цар Освободител, Pametnik na Tsar Osvoboditel) is an equestrian monument in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It was erected in honour of Russian Emperor Alexander II who liberated Bulgaria from Ottoman rule during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78.
Coordinates The Monument to the Unknown Soldier (Bulgarian: Паметник на Незнайния воин, Pametnik na Neznayniya voin) is a monument in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, located just next to the 6th-century Church of St Sophia, on 2 Paris Street
On November 21 (Tuesday) at 17.30 o’clock the exhibition „The Little Man In the Great War“ will be presented to the audience at the National Museum of Military History as a part of the National plan for the commemoration of the First World War centenary and the Bulgarian participation in the war.
“Zaimov” is named after General Vladimir Zaimov and is long rectalungar park close to other interesting locations like the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the library the Sofia Theatre, There is a lot to do for young and old with tennis cours, bars, restaurants and playgrounds scattered...
Varna’s Roman heritage has given the city a trove of precious artefacts, but the Gold of Varna exhibit pushes the Archaeological Museum up the list of must-sees. This is what most visitors come for: A collection of gold and precious items recovered from the Varna Necropolis, where Thracian graves date back an amazing 6,500 years.
The Russian Church in Sofia, Bulgaria (Church of St. Nicholas the Miracle-Maker) built in 1914 The Russian Church (Bulgarian: Руска църква, translit. Ruska tsarkva), officially known as the Church of St Nicholas the Miracle-Maker (Bulgarian: църква „Св.
The Saint Sofia Church (Bulgarian: църква „Света София“, tsyrkva „Sveta Sofia“) is the second oldest church in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, dating to the 4th-6th century. In the predecessor building took place the Council of Serdica held most probably in 343 and attended by 316 bishops.
The Statue of Sveta Sofia (English: The Statue of Saint Sophia; Bulgarian: Статуя на Света София; Transliteration: Statuya na Sveta Sofiya) is a monumental sculpture in Sofia, Bulgaria. The statue, erected in 2000, stands in a spot once occupied by a statue of Lenin.
University Botanic Gardens of the Sofia University Saint Kliment Ohridski represent three gardens in three locations – the cities of Sofia and Varna and the town of Balchik. They were established at different times and are different in appearance and specifics.
From the tower there is a commanding view of Sofia, and the tower can be seen from everywhere in Sofia, making it a landmark of Sofia's skyline. It is the second tallest television tower in Bulgaria. It is the second tallest television tower in Bulgaria.