On March 3, 1878, a dream so long cherished by all Bulgarian people came true - after a five-century domination by the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria once again emerged on the political map of Europe. Freedom had finally come, almost all Bulgarians..
On the occasion of Unification Day, marked on September 6, the National Museum of Military History takes us 136 years back in time with the exhibition named “Sofia – Capital of Unified Bulgaria”. A special map presents 12 locations..
On August 30, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates the transfer of the relics of St. Alexander Nevsky and the day of St. Alexander of Constantinople, who lived during the reign of Constantine the Great. Prince Alexander I Yaroslavich Nevsky was..
The Regional History Museum-Sofia, which is located in the former Central Mineral Bath building, offers a virtual tour of its permanent..