City Tour

Sofia is an ancient, dynamic and European city


Sofia was elected capital city in 1879. Did the Little Five Corners exist then?
Coming from the East, Emperor Galerius Valerius Maximinus entered Serdica through:
The historical building of Central Mineral Bath now works as:
On the back of the Bulgarian National Bank is located a fountain with the head of:
The monument of Vasil Levski is dedicated to:
The central symbol on the bas-reliefs above the main entrance of the Sofia University is:
On the grave of the famous Bulgarian poet and writer Ivan Vazov is placed:
. Where can you see the largest chandelier in Bulgaria?
From the spring in the courtyard of Boyana Church flows:
How many columns are on the building of the National Theater?
One of the most precious exhibits of the National Archaeological Museum is the icon of St. Theodore of X century. What is it made from?
While walking through the streets of ancient Serdika, we walk over stone pavements of:
The front door of which building has no coat of arms of Sofia?
What is held in the crypt of St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral?
What is the Sofia’s Central Market Hall?
What could be found in the basement of the Arena di Serdica Hotel?
Where was the palace of Emperor Constantine the Great located?
Why is the Bulgarian currency is called "lev"?
What is located on "Vrabcha" Street № 1?
At the foothills of which mountain is Sofia?
What does the lion in front of the Monument to the Unknown Soldier guard?
There are two brothers at the memorial in front of the National Library. Who are they?
Which street is called Sofia's Broadway?