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Two Bedroom Apartment In The Heart of The Capital

This apartment is located in the heart of Sofia. It is on the second floor of a newly built building and overlooks the neghbourhood revealing great view to the famous Alexander Nevski Cathedral.

It comprises of a big open plan living area with fully equipped kitchen and dinign area.

There are two bedroom each with a small terrace overlooking the city.

The apartment comes fully furnished with all electrical appliances.

 
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Address: 40 Kiril i Metodii Str (view map)
Types: 2-bedroom apartment.
Facilities: City Apartments.
 
What to See and Do
 
Sofia is the center of many cultural events – of both local and national significance – concerts, competitions, fairs and festivals.

With its many prestigious universities the capital also attracts a majority of the Bulgarian university students.

Every visitor to Sofia is amazed by the golden shine of the spires of the St.Alexander Nevski Memorial Temple- the largest Orthodox church on the Balkan Peninsula. At.Alexander Nevski church was built as a memorial to the 200 thousand casualties of the Russo-Turkish wars. The idea for its construction came up during the initial convening of the National Assembly in Veliko Tarnovo in 1879.The funds were gathered quickly via donations in the beginning of 1882 with a grand ceremony. The goal was to create a masterpiece, to build something exceptional and precious.

The St.Sofia church which is across from the cathedral gave its name to the city and is still one of Sofia’s treasures.It is one of the most remarkable early Christian churches. It was built during the end of the 5th and beginning of the 6th centuries and is one of the few buildings remaining from the time of Emperor Justinian. In the beginning it served as a fortress, where people could hide from the incursions of barbarian tribes.

Next to the St. Alexander Memorial Temple is the National Gallery of foreign Art – an elegant baroque building. Masterpieces of the world famous artists like Rodin and Picasso are exhibited here.

Right next to it stands the Vasil Levski Monument – an obelisk that marks the site where the national hero was hung by the Turks in 1873.It was created by Architect Anton Kolar and the Austrian sculptor Rudoplh Weir.

The St.Cyril and Methodius National Library was built from 1939 to 1944.The project was realized by architects Ivan Vasilyov and Dimitar Tsolov. The library keeps the largest collection of books in Bulgaria and undoubtedly preserves the most valuable editions.

The University of Sofia is near the National Library. Its history began in 1882 when the will of the brothers Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev was opened and it was understood that they had donated a parcel of land and a large sum of money for the construction of a university. The statues of the brothers are located on the two sides of the official entrance. In 1906 an international competition was help to select an architect to do the project. It was won by the French architect Jean Breanson who drew up the original plan for the educational center the following year. The building was completed in 1934.

The Archeological Museum is in the former Buyuk Mosque – the first Muslim temple built in Sofia. It exhibits a varied collection of clay and silver pots, bronze figurines, ancient Greek and Roman findings, tombstones and gold treasures. This was the first museum to open in Sofia.

Next to the museum is the Presidency and the Sheraton Hotel.

The underpass in front of the Sheraton Hotel conceals another of Sofia’s treasures – the church of St.Petka.It is a typical Bulgarian church built during the period between the 14th and 15th centuries when Bulgaria was ruled by the Turks.The Msulims didn’t allow the Bulgarians to make churches a meter higher than the ground and forbade any visible decoration. That’s why the church has no windows, spires or bell tower. It is small 15 by 7 meters. Still inside it was decorated with fantastic frescoes.

The newest monument of the capital is the statue of St Sofia wighting nearly 4 tons. St Sofia holds the symbols of glory and wisdom in her hands and bears the crown of Tyche the ancient Greek goddess of good fortune.

 
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