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The National Gallery for Foreign Art

The National Gallery for Foreign Art

1, Alexander Nevski Blvd. The National Gallery for Foreign Art (Bulgarian: Национална галерия за чуждестранно изкуство, Natsionalna galeriya za chuzhdestranno izkustvo) of Bulgaria is a gallery located on St. Alexander Nevsky Square in Sofia. It serves as the country’s national institution for non-Bulgarian art. It is situated in the 19th-century Neoclassic edifice of the former […]

Peyo Yavorov Museum House

Peyo Yavorov Museum House

136 G.S. Rakovski str. The Romantic poet and revolutionary Peyo Yavorov (1878–1914) lived in this house, located on the famous Rakovski Str. from 29th of November 1912 to the tragic night of 30th November 1913, along with Lora Karavelova. Since 1963 the house is a functioning museum, gathering precious collections of manuscripts, original photographs, poet’s […]

The Memorial Tomb of Alexander I

The Memorial Tomb of Alexander I

81, Vasil Levski Blvd. The Memorial Tomb of Alexander I of Battenberg (Bulgarian: Гробница паметник „Александър І Батенберг“, Grobnitsa pametnik „Aleksandar І Batenberg“), better known as the Battenberg Mausoleum (Мавзолей на Батенберг, Mavzoley na Batenberg) in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is the mausoleum and final resting place of Prince Alexander I of Bulgaria (1857–1893), […]

The museum exhibition of Sofia University

The museum exhibition of Sofia University

15, Tzar Osvobodiyel Blvd. The museum exhibition of Sofia University is situated in the premises beneath the rotunda in Block 6 in the Northern wing of the Sofia University, adapted to museum needs. The whole exhibition covers a space of about 100 m2 in the main hall and 4 separate rooms. The exhibition is successfully […]

The Museum of Physical Culture and Sport

The Museum of Physical Culture and Sport

38, Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Blvd The Museum of Physical Culture and Sport is housed in hall in the National Stadium Vasil Levski in Sofia. It was created in 1956 and was renovated in 2003. The first exposition was held in 1962. The museum shows the facts of the history of Bulgarian sport and top […]

Vasil Levski National Stadium

Vasil Levski National Stadium

Vasil Levski National Stadium was officially opened in 1953 and reconstructed in 1966 and 2002. The Bulgaria national football team’s home matches and the Bulgarian Cup finals are held at the venue, as well as athletics competitions. It was also used as the home venue for Levski Sofia’s Champions League games. Prior to their demolition […]

The National Museum of Bulgarian literature

The National Museum of Bulgarian literature

139, Georgi S. Rakovski Str. The National Museum of Bulgarian literature was created on 1 January 1976 to the Committee for Arts and Culture, in order “to search for, collect, preserve, study, publish and display materials and documentary monuments related to the overall history of Bulgarian literature from the founding of Bulgarian state until today […]

The National Church Museum of History and Archaeology

The National Church Museum of History and Archaeology

19, Sv. Nedelya Sq. The National Church Museum of History and Archaeology is situated in the building of the Theological Faculty of Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski on St. Nedelya square in the center of Sofia. The remarkable building was designed by Bulgarian and foreign architects and artists and was built in 1923. The museum […]

The National Museum of Natural History

The National Museum of Natural History

1, Tzar Osvoboditel Blvd. The National Museum of Natural History (Bulgarian: Национален природонаучен музей, Natsionalen prirodonauchen muzey; abbreviated НПМ, NMNHS) of Bulgaria is a museum of natural history located in Sofia, on “Tzar Osvoboditel” str. next to the Russian church. Founded in 1889, it is affiliated with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and is the […]

Museum with Bulgarian National Bank

Museum with Bulgarian National Bank

1, Knyaz Alexander sq. Established in 1879, the Bulgarian National Bank soon became the pillar of the nation’s financial system. The idea of a BNB museum dates back to the late 1920s. It was first tried, albeit partially, in 1969, when the Main Hall briefly hosted an exhibition of specially gathered coins and banknotes. Preparations […]