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Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Nevski

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Georgi
Georgi
November 8, 2020
The cathedral church "St. Al. Nevsky ”is considered a symbol of the Bulgarian capital. It is located in the center of Sofia, on the square of the same name, and the reflection of its golden domes attracts the eye from miles away. The temple was built in honor of the Russian Emperor Alexander II,…
Elena
Elena
October 8, 2020
The Patriarchal Cathedral “St. Alexander Nevsky ”is the largest Orthodox church on the entire Balkan Peninsula. The foundation stone of the cathedral “St. Alexander Nevsky ”was laid on February 19, 1882. Along with it, two texts were placed in the temple foundations: one was engraved on a metal…
Denislav
Denislav
September 22, 2020
The scale of this building will blow you away. Inside St. Alexander Nevski has room for 10,000 people and it’s the second largest cathedral in the Balkan region. As with a great deal of Sofia’s grand architecture, the city’s cathedral dates to the 1880s. This was directly after the Ottomans were…
Pavel
Pavel
July 15, 2020
"St. Alexander Nevsky" is a cathedral of the Bulgarian patriarch. It was built in memory of Alexander Nevsky and his victory over the Teutonic Order in the Battle of Lake Peipsi as a sign of gratitude of the Bulgarians to Russia. The temple is an impressive five-nave cross-domed basilica in…
Aleks
Aleks
February 28, 2020
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is the crown jewel of Sofia. It is one of the largest Eastern orthodox cathedrals in the world. Its foundation stone was laid in 1882. However, most of the construction work actually took place between 1904 and 1912.The main dome is 45 m tall and Christian Lord’s Prayer is…

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Park
“Sofia’s most famous park was landscaped in the 1880s right after the Bulgarian Revival, making it the oldest one in the city. It was developed over the next 50 years by three different designers: the Swiss Daniel Neff, the Alsatian Joseph Frei and then the Bulgarian Georgi Dutev (when the park’s Soviet monuments were installed). But what’s impressive is that all the landscapers worked within the original plan, and the upshot is a pleasing sense of coherence for such a big project. It all makes for a refreshing afternoon amble, and if you’re here on a summer evening there are free concerts to catch.”
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Galeria sztuki
“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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Kościół
“The Russian church was built in 1914 is dedicated to the patron-saint of the Russian Tsar at the time Nicholas II. The Russian church was built on the site of a Mosque, which was destroyed in 1882, after the liberation of Bulgaria by Russia from the Ottoman Empire. The Russian church was built as the official church of the Russian Embassy, which was located next door, and of the Russian community in Sofia, and was named, as was the tradition for diplomatic churches, for the patron saint of the Emperor who ruled Russia at the time, Nicholas II of Russia. The five domes are coated with gold. The bells were donated by Emperor Nicholas II.”
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Klub nocny
“Fancy place in the center, higher prices than the average but the place is very cosy”
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Sofia, Sofia City Province 1000
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