Pirkova Tower, in the city of Kyustendil, is a medieval defensive tower dating from the late 14th or early 15th century.
One of the most popular establishments in Sofia during the 1930s was the Writers' Café, at the corner of Rakovski and Osvoboditel Boulevards, next to the Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church.
The Georgi Dimitrov mausoleum stood as a prominent memorial in Battenberg Square across from the royal palace from 1949 until 1999.
The first passenger terminal at Sofia Airport opened in 1939 with an expected future capacity of 600,000 annual travelers.
With about 35 operating and over 50 more in various stages of development, the shopping mall is now a fixture in Bulgarian life.
Two views of the Varna City Theatre building, one in the 1930's and the other in 2010.
Sofia University Sveti Kliment Ohridski is the first Bulgarian school of higher education. Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev, its original and largest donors, sit out front.
Varna quickly developed into a major economic and cultural center following the war of independence from the Ottoman Turks.
The National Palace of Culture (usually referred to as NDK) is the largest multi-functional complex in South-Eastern Europe. It was completed in 1985, and is often said to resemble a flying saucer.
Sveta Sofia Church is one of the symbols of the city of Sofia, to which it lent its name back in the 14th century. The church is the second-oldest in the capital of Bulgaria.
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