"Ivan Vazov" National Theater
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The National thetre and the City garden toghether with the entire area are on of the best places in Sofia for a walk.
The theatre offers a broad repertoire of both contemporary and classical plays appealing to the widest possible range of audiences.
Ivan Vazov National Theater is a National Cultural Institute in the field of theatrical art in Sofia.
The Viennese architects Helmer & Fellner, responsible for a catalogue of extravagant buildings across Central Europe, built this theatre in 1909. True to form the Ivan Vazov National Theatre is a grand neoclassical structure that remains the last word in Bulgarian culture to this day. The building…
Have a walk in the garden of the theater or lay on the grass under the sunshine or under the shade of old trees, while listening to the fountain and gazing into the wonderful ornaments of the theater.
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“Completed in 1912, St. Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Cathedral Stauropigial Memorial-Church is an impressive landmark in Sofia. The church was built as a memorial to the 200,000 Russian soldiers who died in the Russo-Turkish Liberation War (1877-1878).”
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“One of Sofia’s newest galleries, often referred to as “The Bulgarian Louvre” it truly offers a great variety of both Bulgarian and foreign art.”
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“This beautiful church with glittering mosaic exterior and golden domes was completed in 1914 for Sofia’s Russian community, and named in honour of St Nikolai, the ‘miracle worker’. Students believe that the saint brings them luck, so they go there to pray prior to important exams. The cramped interior features icons painted between the 11th and 14th centuries.”
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“Perfect park for a walk & ice cream during the day! Maimunarnika music stage is there, nice for open air concerts, alternative music and snacks. Great place to meet some people. So I recommend that you take a trip to Borislova Gradina Park for some fresh air and tranquility in the city center. Constructed in 1884 and named after Boris III of Bulgaria, the park is divided into three parts. Each section was designed by a different successful and accomplished gardener”
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“Probably the original church was built in the 10th century and, like other Sofia temples at the time, it had stone foundations and a wooden structure on top. In this form the temple lasted until the middle of the XIX century. The attack in the church "Holy Sunday" is the biggest terrorist act in the history of Bulgaria. It was performed on April 16, 1925. The special purpose of the attack is to liquidate the country's military and political elite.”
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