The park “Zaimov” in Sofia is named after General Vladimir Zaimov. The park’s boundaries include the Sofia Theatre, the “Sfumato” theatrical workshop, and the District health facility.
The Park “Zaimov” is Sofia’s first public free WiFi spot with free Internet access. There are now several WiFi hotspots around Sofa, as well as in the majority of cafés and restaurants. Since June 2012, several bus lines have provided free Internet connection, and it all began here at the “Zaimov” park.
There are a lot of fascinating historical monuments behind the TZUM retail mall, one of which is the Central Mineral Bath. It is a landmark in Sofia's center, with vivid ceramic mosaics on the façade. The Central Mineral Bath's architectural design was prepared by architects Petko Momchilov and
The Vladayska is a tributary of the Perlovska river in western Bulgaria. The river flows from Vitosha Mountain's northwestern slopes, crossing Torfeno Branishte Nature Reserve, then submerging beneath the Zlatnite Mostove Stone River, turning northeast at the village of Vladaya (from which the
With a height of 25 meters, the Boyana Waterfall is the biggest waterfall in Bulgaria's Vitosha mountain. The Boyana Waterfall is produced by the waters of the Boyana River, which flows down the Vitosha mountain's northern highlands. The waterfall's base lies at an elevation of 1260 meters
This fantasy location is tucked away in the heart of the city. The botanic garden is hidden from view since it is flanked by the Foreign Art Gallery, Sofia University's Journalist Faculty, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, and the major avenue Vasil Levski, and the access is via a little flower