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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...

Centuries-old tree Chernitsa na Levski

The "Levski's Mulberry" is an ancient tree belonging to the Morus alba species, also known as White Mulberry. Designated as a protected species, this tree holds the distinction of being the oldest in the capital city. Located a hundred steps east of the Central Sofia...

Capital Fort Business Center

The Capital Fort, standing at 126 meters, has secured its position as the tallest building in Bulgaria. Situated along Tsarigradsko Shosse in Sofia, this impressive skyscraper has reached the completion of its construction. Designed as a classic skyscraper, the...

Archaeological Museum under the Basilica of Saint Sofia

The Basilica of St. Sofia, located in the center of the main necropolis of the ancient city of Serdika, holds a rich historical and archaeological significance. The basilica is situated in an area densely populated with burial facilities dating from the 2nd century BC...

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....

Memorial plaque with a bas-relief of Stefan Tanev

Stefan Tanev was indeed a prominent figure in Bulgarian journalism during the interwar period. As the editor-in-chief of the widely circulated newspaper "Morning" for 33 years, he wielded significant influence in the media landscape of that time. Unfortunately, he...

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 from the 20th century, as...

Bust-monument of Hristo Maksimov

Hristo Maksimov, also known by the pseudonym "Mircho," was a notable Bulgarian writer, educator, and publicist. Born on February 13, 1867, in Samokov to Dimitar Maksimov and Mariola, he faced financial constraints that interrupted his education. Despite these...

Bust-monument of Marin Drinov

Professor Marin Stoyanov Drinov was a prominent figure in Bulgarian Renaissance history and philology, spending the majority of his life in Russia. He played a pivotal role in the establishment of Bulgarian historiography and was a co-founding member as well as the...

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...