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Museum Gallery of Modern Art

The Museum Gallery of Modern Art in Sofia stands out as a unique institution in Eastern Europe and the sole one of its kind in Bulgaria. It serves as a showcase for original graphic and distinctive works by eminent European modern artists...

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Museum of Physical Culture and Sports

The Museum of Physical Culture and Sports, situated within the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia, serves as a homage to Bulgaria's sporting heritage and the remarkable achievements of its athletes. Within its walls, visitors...

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House-Museum “Pancho Vladigerov”

Pancho Vladigerov, a highly esteemed figure in Bulgarian musical culture, is renowned for his distinction, liveliness, temperament, and unique musical voice. His influence extends far beyond Bulgaria, establishing his name as both a...

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Dimitar Blagoev House-Museum

Dimitar Blagoev, often referred to as "Grandfather," stands as a significant figure in Bulgarian history, renowned as a politician, ideologist, and key organizer behind the Bulgarian social democratic movement. The museum dedicated to him...

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Nikola Tanev Museum

Nikola Tanev, a distinguished Bulgarian artist, was born in 1890 in Svishtov. At the tender age of 15, Tanev and his family relocated to Paris, marking the beginning of his journey in the arts. He initially honed his skills at a printing...

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Dimitar Dimov House-Museum

Dimitar Todorov Dimov, born in 1909, emerged as a notable Bulgarian writer, leaving a lasting impact on the country's literary landscape until his death in 1966. His early education took place in Dupnitsa and later in Sofia, leading him...

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