Holiday Village Diplomat

Address: blvd Nikola Petkov N. 51, Sofia, 1614, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Овча купел area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), The Bells ("Kambanite"), Soviet Army Monument, and Monument to the Unknown Warrior.
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    Bulgaria's Jerusalem

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... is one of the oldest in world, though the current church was built far more recently. I don't exaggerate when I say that every inch of this thing is covered in icons and artwork. Those which are well preserved and have suffered smoke damage are among the most colourful and vibrant I've seen on this trip. It covered the medieval vibe well, even though most of the art dated from centuries later. I've been ...

    My Last Days in Sofia

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... reunion though, I managed to squeeze in a quick visit with my sister-in-law Yulia, my niece Zariya and my nephew Samuil. I had a couple of hours between when Yulia got off work and when I had to meet up my classmates, so we put it to good use. I went with her to pick up the kids from day care, then we sat for a quick beer in a restaurant nearby. This was the first time I got to see them because they'd been out of town until now. The kiddos had grown so much!

    Tuesday ...

    Synagogue, Churches, Mosque, Ethnology Museum

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 11, 2013

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    ... lots of old costumes and traditional stuff

    Finally I went to Slavikov Square near the Opera House. It was nice with a tram line running down the pedestrian street and booksellers.

    There was a fruit market as you follow the tram line down as well as a park. In the park was a big orthodox church again not on my map


    A travel blog entry by bkerr on Jun 06, 2013

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    ... tourism. All of which are doing well from what we could see. The old town isn't walled and just blends into the newer parts. We went past multiple churches but went inside the most important one- Haggai Sophia. The Haggai Sophia is the church that gave the city it's current name. The city is seen as a female city. We couldn't take photos inside the church but it was beautiful. Every inch was painted as ...

    History, show tunes and a quicky

    A travel blog entry by peyton on May 13, 2012

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    ... Vitosha looming behind it, a pure symbol of power.  The collection spans Bulgaria's history from prehistoric times through Bronze Age, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine, medieval Bulgarian, Ottoman and revolutionary 19th-c. Bulgaria, where it stops. No modern history here, but a worthy collection of material culture from all the above periods, from jewelry to armor and icons to documents. English signage is somewhat fractured and spotty, but you can get the ...