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The largest city and capital of Bulgaria, Sofia lies peacefully at the foot of the imposing Vitosha mountain.
The city, being at the geographical hinge of Europe and the Middle East has born witness to the rise and fall of empires and because of this has an eclectic history.
From examples of Brutalist architecture as a stark reminder of Communist times to its unique Triangle of Tolerance in the form of Sofia Synagogue, St. Nedelya Church and Banya Bashi Mosque at close quarters, Sofia’s rich history pervades its modern-day existence.
Built in Neo-Byzantine style, the Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, an opulent demonstration of Bulgaria’s Orthodox Christian traditions, proudly sits surrounded by other monuments.
With views of the distant Balkan mountain range, Plovdiv is Bulgaria’s second largest city and boasts being on the the oldest constantly-inhabited cities in the entire world. Researchers date settlement in Plovdiv back to Neolithic times.
Plovdiv will be putting its cultural offerings on full display as it has been named 2019 European Capital of Culture.
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