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in the way of to visit presidency, we saw this red church which located in ruins but it is very old and very nice.we have not permission for photo from inner part of church but inner part is better than outer part.i recommended for visit...More
The Rotonda is a great Bulgarian monument worth to visit for everyone who wants to get familiar with the Bulgarian way of life in the very old days. It has a very good location, but at the same time hidden and you have the pleasure...More
Not far from Presidency(Residency of President of Bulgaria) is this oldest architectural monument of St George’s Rotunda church. It’s the oldest building in Sofia, few meters below the street level. Built using red bricks all around, it was built during 4th century by Romans when...More
Seeing many great attractions in Sofia, giving me the feeling of coming back to old age. This Church just one of many places that you will simply amazed with how rich not only by history but also their architecture. You can see from thus church...More
Church of St. George. Said to be the oldest building in Sofia. Amongst the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Serdica. Dates to the 4th century. Fascinating history surrounds this still active place of worship.
Located in the heart of the city, behind the president building this spot is one that you have to visit while you are in Sofia.
Its architecture is very old and unlike traditional churches as its starts its existence in Roman times. Later during Ottoman...More