Garden Flat

Address: 60, Luben Karavelov str., Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Bulgaria's Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 17, 2015

5 photos

... to enough churches now to pick out individual features in the design. This artwork emphasised the hellfire and damnation nature of the medieval faith. Lots of demons, lots of angels with swords, and lots of sinful women being held to account for their crimes. The latter I can't get on board with.

The place is obviously hugely important to Bulgarians. It's been described as Bulgaria's Jerusalem. Several ...

My Last Days in Sofia

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 18, 2014

7 photos

... date that was also, coincidentally, the first day of school here (Sept. 15 is when school starts, except when it falls on the weekend). We came to realize that we'd met exactly 20 years before, on Sept 15, 1994 (I felt so old!!!). Only 6 of us came but we were happy to be joined by one of our favorite teachers, Mrs. Djaleva. She taught Bulgarian literature in high school and although she was strict and hard, her sense of humor and her vivacious personality motivated us.

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Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 10, 2014

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Synagogue, Churches, Mosque, Ethnology Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 11, 2013

59 photos

... and covers.




Surprisingly they weren't bothered about me taking pictures with such old and religious artefacts.




Then I was able to goto the Mosque for Friday prayers. It was confusing being able to tell who is who as there were many clean shaven white European Balkan muslims here ...

Peter and Kevin do Sofia

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 24, 2013

6 photos

... and just like in Plovdiv, decided to walk the two kilometres to our hostel as a test of endurance and a way to see the city without having to work out how to buy a tram ticket. It was a brutal walk over cracked pavement in intense heat, and it seemed that by the time we got to the hostel, we were no longer on speaking terms, although we weren't sure why.

There was a real communal feel to the hostel, with lots of people laughing in the large common ...