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We happened to visit on a day that 8000 people joined forces and marched past the ministerial buildings-very lively and noisy, but peaceful protest as there were lots of police keeping close control of the situation.
There are a lot of places to see while walking around Sofia. This building and area is a very good place to start and it is also a good place to end as there are several clubs close by, and some good hotels. The building...More
It's hard to miss as it's right on a main boulevard, opposite the Aleksandar Nevsky Cathedral, in central Sofia.
I assume you can't get in (I didn't try!) for security reasons.
Built in 1884, it serves as the national assembly (Sabranie) of Bulgaria. Bulgaria's equivalent...More
A building in front of Tsar Liberator monument was designed in Neo-Renaissance style by a Serbian-Bulgarian architect Konstantin Jovanović, and built in 1884-1886 by Saxon Friederich Wilhelm Gustav Liebe.