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Sightseeing in Balkan Mountains

Capitol Building
“The Palace of the Parliament is the seat of the Parliament of Romania. It is located on Dealul Arsenalului in the national capital city of central Bucharest. The Palace has a height of 84 metres (276 ft), a floor area of 365,000 square metres (3,930,000 sq ft) and a volume of 2,550,000 cubic metres (90,000,000 cu ft). The Palace of the Parliament is the heaviest building in the world, weighing about 4,098,500,000 kilograms ”
176 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Ancient Roman Theatre of Philippopolis is among the best preserved ancient theaters in the world. His exquisite beauty will enchant you and it will take you back in time of Emperor Trajan at the beginning of II century. With its 28 concentric rows of seats, intereting inscriptions and wonderful statues, it attracts every eye and carries the spirit of ancient Rome. Thanks to the specific architecture of the theater, the acoustic is unique – imagine what spectacular performances, games and events have taken place there!”
21 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Never been to Paris? This is as close as you're going to get! It's the Arc de Triumph, just a bit smaller :)”
19 locals recommend
Church
“Did you know that 200 years ago, this church was the only building that was constructed in this area? Cismigiu Park, Sala Palatului and other landmarks were not constructed yet and on their place were vineyards.”
10 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Monument with an Art gallery in the backyard. The Asenevci Monument is dedicated to Kings Asen, Peter, Kaloyan and Ivan Assen II. It was built in 1985, at the age of 800 years since the rebellion of the Assen and Peter brothers. The sword around which the four Assenets are located symbolizes the power and the rise of medieval Bulgaria. A surrounding greenery is a popular place for summer live-music events. Beautiful view from the flat and 10 walk from it.”
6 locals recommend
History Museum
“Dracula's Court - Vlad the Impaler established here he's court of rule over Bucharest”
10 locals recommend
Historic Site
“This hill provides a great view of Plovdiv and it takes 10 minutes to reach the top from the house. The ruins themselves sadly, are very neglected and there's quite a bit of litter around. This place has a lot of potential”
4 locals recommend
Monastery
“The Glozhene Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox monastery located on the northern slopes of Stara Planina in Bulgaria, near the village of Glozhene and the Cherni Vit river, 12 km from Teteven.”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
“The Arc de Triomphe is a monument located in the north of Bucharest, sector 1, on Kiseleff boulevard. It resembles with the The Arc de Triomphe from Paris onlt it is smaller.”
3 locals recommend
Church
“The church is preserved from 1230. This is the main church of the capital in 13 th century. Here are buried Bulgarian kings and patron saints of Bulgaria and Serbia.”
3 locals recommend
Monastery
“Of all the monuments that gave luster Arges old princes can say without fail that the monastery built by Neagoe (1512 - 1521) is the most significant building of religious art and architecture.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“This spectacular glass-covered window was built in 1891 during the most prosperous period in Bucharest - at the Belle Époque (Beautiful Epoque). The passage recalls the bohemian style and was built to encourage street-level commerce. In other words, it was the first mall in Bucharest. Today, the passage hosts a variety of bars and restaurants.”
3 locals recommend
Historic Site
“ World-famous frescoes – discover the hidden secrets of the rich Thracian heritage!”
1 local recommends
Scenic Lookout
Historic Site
“Kakrinsko Hanche (Kakrina inn) is located in the Kukrina village nearby Lovech. One of the most devoted visionaries and revolutionaries of the Bulgarian liberation from the Ottoman oppression Vasil Levski stayed there until he was captured by Turkish policemen in the morning on December 28, 1872. It is known from the existing written documents that on the suggestion of Vasil Levski the Kakrina inn was hired by the Lovchian Private Revolutionary Committee. Hristo Tsonev-Latinetza, a local resident in Lovech and an associate of Vasil Levski, was appointed to the inn, which has been included in the conspirative committee network and accommodated the people of the Internal Revolutionary Organization.”
1 local recommends