Sveta Petka Church

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Church of St. Petka of the Saddlers
The origins of this tiny church, also known as “St. Petka Samardzhiyska", are unclear. It is named after St. Petka Ikoniyska, a Bulgarian martyr fr… read entire review
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Sofia Central Mosque - Banya Bashi Mosque
This mosque built in the years 1566/1567 is one of oldest remaining mosques in Europe – and the only active one in Sofia. The building sits on therm… read entire review
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The Roman ruins of Serdika
Serdika is the old Roman name for Sofia and the name is used for the main metro station in the city centre. All around the metro station however, you … read entire review
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Church of St. Sofia
St. Sofia was once a Cathedral, but ceased to do so during Ottoman rule. However, it is often still called “St. Sofia Cathedral”. The church stand… read entire review
Sofia Restaurants, Cafes & Food review
The New Fox & Hound
English pub with football on TV and frequent events like pub quizzes and music. Atmosphere at the time of my visit was rather quiet, I therefore sat a… read entire review
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Sofia Synagogue
Sofia's synagogue is a beautiful Moorish Revival building which was completed in 1909 when it replaced an older building on the same spot. It is the t… read entire review
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Monument of the Soviet Army
This typical communist-style monument, including typical working-class figures, was unveiled in 1954 for the 10th anniversary of Bulgaria's liberation… read entire review
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Royal Palace Park
The Royal Palace Park was once the garden of the Royal Palace in central Sofia. Today, it is known for a number of sculptures from the National Art Ga… read entire review
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Sveti Nikolay Mirlikiiski Church
This church is the place of worship of the Russian community and named after St. Nicholas, The Miracle Maker. The church was built in 1882 on the site… read entire review
Sofia Sights & Attractions review
Central Sofia Market Hall
The beautiful Neo-Renaissance Central Sofia Market Hall was built in 1911. Its style is similar to the nearby Central Mineral Baths building and often… read entire review
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Monument of the Unknown Soldier
This monument is located on the side of the St. Sofia Cathedral. There were plans for such a monument after Word War I already, but the concept of a m… read entire review
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Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Together with the Sveta Nedelya Church – which is of medieval origin but has adapted a similar style in the late 19th century – it is seen as one … read entire review
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