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The reading room

The Reading Room is a modern city reading point and a popular spot in the City Garden. The glass pavilion, which had been abandoned for many years, was renovated and revitalized. It officially opened its doors on July 29, 2015, welcoming both citizens and tourists in...

Pylons of the NDK

The pillars of the National Palace of Culture, numbering three in total, are situated in close proximity to the entrance of the National Palace of Culture. These pillars, reaching several tens of meters in height, serve as prominent landmarks and are frequently...

People’s Community Center “Sredets-1926”

The People's Community Center "Sredets-1926" is located on "Tsar Boris III" Boulevard No. 17 in the capital. Established in 1926, it is one of the oldest community centers in Sofia. The center boasts a library, an auditorium with a stage, a smaller room for rehearsals...

National Library of St. St. Cyril and Methodius

The National Library of the Republic of Bulgaria is the largest library in the country and the oldest cultural institute in post-liberation Bulgaria. It was established in 1879 on the idea of the Sofia teacher Mihail Bobotinov. The construction of the building began...

Home of Wine

The House of Wine is situated within the oldest cellar in the Sofia region, now part of the National Institute for the Study of Wine and Spirits. Originally established as a workshop for the production and bottling of high-alcohol beverages and a wine warehouse for...

House Museum and Gallery “Andrei Nikolov”

Andrey Nikolov (1878-1959) was a notable Bulgarian sculptor, and his life and work reflect a significant contribution to the cultural and artistic landscape of Bulgaria. Born in Vratsa, he began his artistic journey by attending the painting school in Sofia in 1896....

Amarte Gallery

The Amarte Gallery offers a platform for showcasing contemporary fine and visual arts through artistic and creative projects. It serves as a meeting point for artists and enthusiasts of modern art and culture, fostering discussions and gatherings. Additionally, the...

Urban Art Factory

The Urban Art Factory, situated at 4 Vladaiska Reka Street in Sofia, serves as a creative hub for emerging artists. It offers workspaces and opportunities for artists to nurture their talent and craft without the financial burden of rent, providing them a platform to...

Arosita Gallery

Gallery "Arosita" was established by the artists Ekaterina and Kolyu Getsovi in 1991. In 2002, Gallery "Arosita" took on the difficult mission of discovering and cultivating among connoisseurs of plastic arts the taste for the unknown in Bulgarian art. Tradition...

Czech Cultural Center

The Czech Center in Sofia is dedicated to fostering a dialogue with the public, showcasing the Czech Republic's cultural richness across various fields, including culture, science, education, trade, and tourism. Established in 1949 as the Czechoslovak work - Orbis,...