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... but was reconstructed in 1929 by German architect Martin Dülfer.A theatrical school was established as part of the National Theatre in 1925. The bombing of Sofia in World War II caused considerable damage to the building, but it was reconstructed in 1945. Another reconstruction followed ...
... wish that some more of the paintings had survived in the caves, but that is what happens with time, the past is slowly covered. Now Elena and I had to walk, 1 Kilometer or more than half a mile for my American readers, up a hill and a car stopped to drive us most of the way. As an American I told Elena, I’m not getting into a stranger’s car, but she told me that this was common in Bulgaria. I was surprised that the guy ...
... capital with a few nice orthodox churches and a good cafe culture on the main shopping strip. The lack of an old-town (whatever old town they had was destroyed by the Americans during World War II) is what made it lag behind otherwise similar post-Soviet cities like Riga, Tallinn, or indeed, Plovdiv.
I was impressed, however, by the architecture on display. The Central Station, for example, was built in the style of 1970s Soviet 'Brutalism', with ...
... itself is covered in cobblestones - very uneven from their wear - that probably go back to the founding date in the 800's. Krassie pointed out a tower no longer open because tourists were stealing bits of it. This tower saved the lives of the monks when they were attacked by Turks and survived on bread and water for 18 months until help arrived. The rest of the early monastery was burnt but the tower survived. We walked out the other side and ...
... there are numerous unfamiliar letters, it's still essentially the Latin alphabet. But Cyrillic ... good luck with that! While there are a handful of Cyrillic letters that correspond to the English ones, many are unfamiliar and to the untrained eye, look more like symbols from a math textbook. And to make things even more confusing, there are a number of false friends, familiar Latin letters which are different than we expect. The ...