In the central part of the capital there are churches that have preserved valuable artifacts; temples of hundreds of years built on the remains of older temples; places where the eye is filled with beauty, the heart - with admiration, and the mind - with peace.
If you have free time or need a place to hide and gather your mind, please visit:
• The church "St. Petka Samardzhiyska" - part of it was dug into the ground, and Roman tombs were found under its foundations;
• Rotunda "St. George" - it is believed to have been built during the reign of Emperor Constantine the Great and is the oldest building in the capital;
• The cathedral "St. Nedelya" - restored in all its splendor after the 1925 bombing;
• “Alexander Nevsky Cathedral” - built in memory of the Russian and Bulgarian soldiers during the Liberation War; building with exceptionally interesting architecture;
• The church "St. Sedmochislenitsi" - built on a mosque from the XVI century and playing the role of prison for some time;
• Russian church "St. Nikolay Chudotvorets" - with a sign of our town architecture;
• The temple "St. Sofia" - erected on the remains of several older churches of Roman times; We strongly recommend that you explore its basement.