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Things to do in Sofia

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a local landmark in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia. This large cathedral was built in the neo-Byzantine style, and its lavish design elements make it one of the most striking and photogenic buildings in the city.
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St. Nedelya Church is a medieval monument that now stands as a testament to Bulgaria's years under Communist rule. The church was blown up in a terrorist attack in 1925 and has been reconstructed several times, making it an architectural wonder and a history lesson at the same time. Visitors can opt for a guided tour or take a self-guided tour with audio commentary.
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The National Museum of Military History in Sofia, in various guises and locations, has been operating for over 100 years. The museum, now found in central Sofia, houses impressive military antiques like missiles and tanks as part of an open-air display. It also boasts a comprehensive indoor collection of military memorabilia and historical exhibits, detailing Bulgaria's military stories across thousands of years.
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The Kvadrat 500 National Gallery and Museum of Art is home to nearly 2,000 pieces from the National Gallery's 42,000-strong collection of treasures. Opened in 2015, the museum is a bastion of Bulgarian history, with airy halls full of 19th and 20th-century Bulgarian art, and priceless pieces of national importance. As well as the Christian Art in Bulgarian Lands collection, which spans 1,600 years, the four-floor, 28-hall museum also boasts a wealth of European works, and exhibits of Asian, African and American art.
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The Sofia Arsenal Museum for Contemporary Art features many rich collections of European art in the form of sculpture, paintings, ceramics and more. It's located in an architectural heritage building with huge local importance and significance, and is part of the Sofia Arsenal historical complex. The museum forms one of the branches of the National Gallery. As well as a huge permanent collection, it organizes changing temporary exhibitions on contemporary art throughout the year.
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The Serdica Archaeological Complex is located in the heart of Sofia. A visit here allows you to delve into the ancient history of this site, which was formerly the Roman city of Serdica. The complex is extremely large, and features a former main street used by the ancient Romans as well as the ruins of shops, a lapidarium, and various monuments. It's a fascinating glimpse into the region's past.
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Dating back to the early 4th century, the Church of Saint George is considered Sofia's oldest building. Other than its impressive age, the rotunda also features five layers of frescoes. As you stare at the walls, make sure to keep an eye out for perhaps the most impressive of the lot, which dates back to the 10th century and shows the face of an angel in Bulgarian medieval style.
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Affiliated with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the National Museum of Natural History Sofia preserves the rich history of the natural world, with hundreds of vertebrate and invertebrate animal species, plant species, and mineral samples on display. It is a fascinating and educational deep-dive into the world's biodiversity and geological makeup.
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Sofia's National Archaeological Museum is found inside the city's Ottoman-era mosque. Opened to the public in 1905, the museum traces the history of modern-day Bulgaria as far back as 1.6 million years.
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Things to do in Rila

The Rila Monastery (full name: Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila) is the biggest and best-known Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. This scenic UNESCO World Heritage site is believed to have been founded between 927-968, during the reign of Tsar Peter I, and is famous for its detailed frescoes, elaborate architecture, and historical significance. Located south of the Bulgarian capital, it's one of the nation's most popular tourist destinations.
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Things to do in Burgas

This medieval monastery is located on the history-packed St. Anastasia Island in the Black Sea off the coast of Bulgaria.
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Things to do in Varna

The Retro Museum Varna is a history museum in Varna, Bulgaria that houses a collection of Soviet-era automobiles, motorcycles, home appliances, children's toys, and other artifacts from the time of the Soviet Union. It also has a number of painstakingly created wax figures of notable Communist personages.
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The Varna Archaeological Museum is a highly revered archaeological museum located in the city of Varna, on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. Visitors can explore regional history, see excavated artifacts, and uncover the lives of ancient ancestors. An unmissable experience is seeing the world's oldest processed gold, still shimmering at around 7,000-years-old.
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