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The Sofia TV Tower, also known as the “Kopitoto” TV tower, is the primary TV tower in Bulgaria. Standing at 106 meters tall, it is among the tallest structures in the country. Designed by architect Lyuben Popdonev, construction began in December 1958, and the tower was officially opened on December 26, 1959. The tower features 14 floors and 3 platforms, covering an area of 144 square meters. Positioned at an elevation of 595 meters above sea level, the “Kopitoto” TV tower has been primarily utilized for broadcasting radio and television signals since 1985. Additionally, the old TV tower is employed for transmitting signals for certain private radio stations.

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