nice place to see with nice environment and architecture with a lot of nice garden and other building around
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they say guard shift changing is interesting but i didn't run into that. it is close to other sightseeing attractions.
In front of Tsar Alexander II statue.I didn't go in, and I'm not sure if you can. guards controlling the perimeter, but you can walk around it freely.
It was okay to see and know but I dud not find it too impressive. Lots history but some were rubbish and not in English..
I didn't try to gain entry to this building as it was at the weekend during Presidential elections. A fine piece of imposing architecture in central Sofia with busy streets surrounding a circular area.
The most politically important building in Bulgaria. The is where the laws are supposed to be made but instead the place is symbol of corruption, political oppression and dictatorship. Probably the most hated place by locals in Bulgaria.
I was a bit disappointed when I saw this building. It's not such a big and beautiful building compared to some parliaments in other cities (like London or Budapest). You can pass by it (it's close to Alexandre Nevski Cathedral), take just one picture and...More
The building is in the heart of the city and you'll have the chance to see it during your sightseeing. You could not enter, so it's a fast and easy one.
Whilst the ideology that built this remarkable building has passed by, the building remains. Its multiple uses is interesting.
A beautiful building with guards at the doors who perforrm every hour ( a small changing of the guard occurs from time to time.