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Museum of Socialist Art Guided Tour in Sofia
"The tour will begin with a short stop at the monument of the soviet army. Then you will reach the museum of socialist art using the public transport. First in the museum you will watch a short movie about the most specific features of the communist past Dimitar Blagoev Vasil Kolarov Todor Zhivkov Vladimir Lenin. You will be able to admire the typical socialist realism represented by statues of unknown partisans workers red army – soldiers. The inner exposition consists of some eminent paintings and plastics
From EUR45.00
 
Sofia Retro Bike Tour
"The tour starts at the beginning of the main pedestrian street Vitosha in front of the entrance of the subway station NDK. You will bike towards it and stop in front of the Largo complex. Built in 1950's the three building of the government are typical with their new-classical architecture or Stalinist style. Bike b the complex is representative for the period of late 80's (happy socialism). Then you will go to one of the living quarters which was initially built during the 50's but it was still growing in the 70's and 80's. 15 minutes away from it is our next stop - the monument of the Soviet army. It is the biggest monument in the country of that time and it is still standing right in paintings and news-roll movies making the so called socialist realism in art. The last stop of the tour is the National museum of Military History. There you can see some of the out-of-date arms made during the Cold war in the USSR and Bulgaria. In the p"""The city is the capital of Bulgaria since 1879. Until 1944 the Bulgarian state was developing rapidly and Sofia was smoothly changed from a muddy-street small town into a modern capital city. But in the end of the world war II the Soviet army occupied th
From EUR35.00
 
Rila Monastery and Boyana Church Day Trip from Sofia
"Meet your guide near Alexander Nevsky Square in central Sofia and settle into your air-conditioned minivan. Then relax on your roughly 2-hour journey to UNESCO-listed Rila Monastery tucked in the pine-forested Rila Mountains in southwest Bulgaria.Enjoy the views over rural Bulgaria as you travel and hear enlightening facts about the monastery. Founded in 927 AD by hermit monk Ivan Rilski or ‘John of Rila’ Bulgaria’s patron saint; this photogenic walled complex came to symbolize the Bulgarian national identity and is considered a masterpiece of Slav architecture for its arcaded balconies and splendid frescoes.On arrival enjoy a guided tour of the main courtyard and five-domed church admiring its vivid fresco-coated colonnades as you enter. Then
From EUR35.00

More Transportation in Petrich

Donkey Cars on the Bulgarian Roads

It is very usual to see donkey Cars on the main Roads in Bulgaria everywhere. So they are not very fast when you drive with a car on open roads and it is very unexpected after every corner! Maybee a...
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Nov 09, 2004

with a Taxi from the Border to City

I havnt seen any public transportation like bus or Train to Petric. Think the nearest Train Station is at the Bulgarian-Greek Border. Then you have to take a taxi! The Price we handle before we ride...
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rowo
Nov 09, 2004
 
 
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