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City Central Halls


Constructed between 1902 and 1905 from a design by Naum Torbov, this building stands as a fine example of neo-Byzantine architecture. Beneath its historic walls, the basement houses preserved archaeological remnants from Sofia’s Roman era, offering a tangible link to the city’s ancient past. These significant findings were temporarily inaccessible due to reconstruction efforts initiated in 1988, but after extensive work, the site welcomed visitors once again in 2000, continuing to enrich the cultural and historical fabric of Sofia.

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