Serdika is a district in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, and the old Roman name of the city. “Fondovi zhilishta,” “Banishora,” “Orlandovtsi,” and “Malashevtsi,” as well as the heart of “Draz mahala,” are all included in this area. It covers an area of 17.53 km2 and accounts for 1.3 percent of the capital’s overall area and 8.8 percent of the city’s actual size. Serdica’s population was 52,918 people in 2006.
The district has six kindergartens, thirteen schools, and six chitalishta. II and V City Hospitals; the Institute of Transport Medicine; and two polyclinics make up the healthcare infrastructure. Serdica is also home to the Central Railway Station, Central Bus Station, and Lavov Most.
The pedestrian bridge in the city center near to the National Palace of Culture has no official name, but it has traditionally been referred to as The Bridge of Lovers. This is due to the fact that it was a popular location for young people in love to meet. They are sitting over one of the
Alexander Nevski Square, which was designed as part of the monastery's growth in the late eighteenth century, had earned its name by at least 1784, and was planned out in the 1790s with the construction of the Gate Church and the erection of a stone wall border. In front of the plaza and Nevsky
Ploshtad Petko R. Slaveykov 6, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Slaveykov Square is one of the most popular square in Sofia, Bulgaria's capital city. It is named after the father and son Bulgarian poets Petko and Pencho Slaveykov. One of its prominent sights is a sculpture of the two seated on a bench. At this vibrant city square, you may see monuments of
бул. „Цар Освободител“ 33, 1504 Център, София, Бугарска
Eagles' Bridge is a bridge that spans the Perlovska River in Sofia, Bulgaria's capital. The bridge and intersection where it is situated, known as Ploshtad Orlov Most (Orlov Most Square), are more often known as Eagles' Bridge (Orlov most). The bridge's name is derived from the four eagle