EUROPE-BULGARIA

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'http://www.emporis.com,'All Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

City View
  
 Sofia

 

 Bulgaria ran away with the topsy-turvy capitalist circus, no-one told its people they were swinging without a safety net. Consider that citizens resorted to digging up the streets to pull copper from the telephone wires and you can assume the ring wasn't exactly swinging. But what the visitor encounters now is a country struggling valiantly to adapt and people who remain remarkably hospitable in the face of social and economic chaos. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Parliament Building
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Gorvernment Building
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

President Office,Main Gate
  
 Sofia



 In morning & afternoon, their changed colour of uniform. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Tsar Osvoboditel Monument
  
 Sofia



 Monuemnt of the Russian Tzar Alexander II. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Saint Nedilya
  
 Sofia

 


 Built on 1863,call 'Saint Sunday' is an example of Neo-Byzantine architecture. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Bulbank
  
 Sofia

 


 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Russian Orthodox Chapel
  
 Sofia



 Graceful dome. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Saint Sedmuchislenitzi Church
  
 Sofia



 Built on 1528,it was originally built as a mosque called the'Black Mosque'. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Saint Alexander Nevski Cathedral
  
 Sofia



 Building was completed in 1912 for honor of 200,000 Russian soldiers who died in the Russian-Turkish liberation war. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Sofia University
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Street Scene
  
 Sofia

 

 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

  

Newsstand
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Bus Terminal
  
 Sofia

 

 Inside view of bus terminal. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

National Assembly of Bulgaria
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.

 

Former Palace of 3rd Kingdom/National Art Gallery
  
 Sofia



 Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.