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St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The National Palace of Culture (NDK) was built in connection with the 1300th anniversary of the Bulgarian state. The building’s chief planner and designer was architect Alexander Barov supported by an impressive array of experts. Inaugurated formally in 1981, the National Palace of Culture is the biggest convention center on the Balkans. Built over an area of 18,300 sq m, the edifice is the largest multifunctional complex in the entire South-East Europe. Scores of outstanding Bulgarian artists decorated and painted the numerous halls and lobbies, turning the place into a genuine museum of late XX c. Bulgarian art. The author of the symbol of this emblematic architectural complex is Georgi Chapkanov. Mounted high on the facade, it features a stylized sun, executed in full compliance with the original traditions of Bulgarian National Revival woodcarving traditions.

Boyana Church - the Church of Saint Nicholas and Saint Panteleimon

At the foot of Vitosha mountain, in the Boyana district of Sofia is located St. Nicholas and St. Panteleimon Church, also known as Boyana Church. The temple owes its worldwide reputation to the frescoes from 1259 that reflect the outstanding achievements of the Bulgarian medieval culture. It is these frescoes that are the forerunners of the European Renaissance. Most of the images have been distinguished by individuality, convincing psychological characteristics and vitality. Among them are the rare portraits of a Bulgarian royal couple from that epoch -Tsar Constantine-Asen Tih and Tsaritsa Irina and of the donors sevastokrator Kaloyan and his wife Desislava.

National Palace of Culture (NDK)

The National Palace of Culture (NDK) was built in connection with the 1300th anniversary of the Bulgarian state. The building’s chief planner and designer was architect Alexander Barov supported by an impressive array of experts. Inaugurated formally in 1981, the National Palace of Culture is the biggest convention center on the Balkans. Built over an area of 18,300 sq m, the edifice is the largest multifunctional complex in the entire South-East Europe. Scores of outstanding Bulgarian artists decorated and painted the numerous halls and lobbies, turning the place into a genuine museum of late XX c. Bulgarian art. The author of the symbol of this emblematic architectural complex is Georgi Chapkanov. Mounted high on the facade, it features a stylized sun, executed in full compliance with the original traditions of Bulgarian National Revival woodcarving traditions.

Vitosha mountain

Vitosha is a mountain in West Bulgaria. Its highest point is Black peak (2290 m). This way it is the fourth highest in Bulgaria after Rila, Pirin and Stara planina. Vitosha is really close to Sofia and Pernik and because of that it has changed more than other mountains. Natural park Vitosha is situated on the territory of the mountain and it’s the oldest on the Balkan Peninsula. It’s a favorite place for tourism for the citizens of Sofia and Pernik, as well as for the guests of these cities. The main attractions are Black peak, Boyana waterfall, Golden bridges, Kamen del peak, The stone rivers, the longest cave in Bulgaria – Duhlata, the unique vitosha tulip, etc.

St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a Bulgarian Orthodox cathedral in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Built in Neo-Byzantine style, it serves as the cathedral church of the Patriarch of Bulgaria and is one of the biggest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world, as well as one of Sofia's symbols and primary tourist attractions St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia occupies an area of 3,170 square metres (34,100 sq ft) and can hold 10,000 people inside. It is the second biggest cathedral located in the Balkan Peninsula and the biggest in Bulgaria.

Boyana Church - the Church of Saint Nicholas and Saint Panteleimon

At the foot of Vitosha mountain, in the Boyana district of Sofia is located St. Nicholas and St. Panteleimon Church, also known as Boyana Church. The temple owes its worldwide reputation to the frescoes from 1259 that reflect the outstanding achievements of the Bulgarian medieval culture. It is these frescoes that are the forerunners of the European Renaissance. Most of the images have been distinguished by individuality, convincing psychological characteristics and vitality. Among them are the rare portraits of a Bulgarian royal couple from that epoch -Tsar Constantine-Asen Tih and Tsaritsa Irina and of the donors sevastokrator Kaloyan and his wife Desislava.

National Palace of Culture (NDK)

The National Palace of Culture (NDK) was built in connection with the 1300th anniversary of the Bulgarian state. The building’s chief planner and designer was architect Alexander Barov supported by an impressive array of experts. Inaugurated formally in 1981, the National Palace of Culture is the biggest convention center on the Balkans. Built over an area of 18,300 sq m, the edifice is the largest multifunctional complex in the entire South-East Europe. Scores of outstanding Bulgarian artists decorated and painted the numerous halls and lobbies, turning the place into a genuine museum of late XX c. Bulgarian art. The author of the symbol of this emblematic architectural complex is Georgi Chapkanov. Mounted high on the facade, it features a stylized sun, executed in full compliance with the original traditions of Bulgarian National Revival woodcarving traditions.

Vitosha mountain

Vitosha is a mountain in West Bulgaria. Its highest point is Black peak (2290 m). This way it is the fourth highest in Bulgaria after Rila, Pirin and Stara planina. Vitosha is really close to Sofia and Pernik and because of that it has changed more than other mountains. Natural park Vitosha is situated on the territory of the mountain and it’s the oldest on the Balkan Peninsula. It’s a favorite place for tourism for the citizens of Sofia and Pernik, as well as for the guests of these cities. The main attractions are Black peak, Boyana waterfall, Golden bridges, Kamen del peak, The stone rivers, the longest cave in Bulgaria – Duhlata, the unique vitosha tulip, etc.

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