Just the Pictures (Bulgaria) Vitosha Street in Sofia. Ivan Vazov National Theater. The National Art Gallery in Sofia. ‘Kremikovtsi’ by Kiril Petrov (1959 AD). ‘Substation’ by Petar Dochev (1978 AD). ’20 Years of Socialist Construction’ by Tsanko Lavrenov (1964 AD). ‘Dimitrovo Mine’ by Zlatyu Boyadzhiev (1945 AD) – it looks like he’s channeling Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s ‘The Hunters in the Snow’. ‘Moan’ by Ivan Nenov (1986 AD). Rotunda of St. George the Victorious, which is considered to be the oldest preserved building in Sofia. The Church of St. Nedelya. Pirotska Street in Sofia. Banya Bashi Mosque. Inside the Central Sofia Market Hall. Central Mineral Baths in Sofia. Vitosha Mountain seen from the National Palace of Culture Park. Filming in front of the President’s Office. Helmet, umbo, jug, and cuirass fragments from Kara Agach (1st-century AD). Lock and chain from a toilet casket (2nd-century AD). African head shaped lamps (2nd-3rd centuries AD). Relief plate poster for circus games with fights between men and animals in Serdica (4th-century AD). Votive axes. Head from a statue of Apollo (2nd-3rd centuries AD). Relief of a double-headed eagle in heraldic position (11th-12th centuries AD). The Ancient Roman Amphitheatre of Serdica, now incorporated in to the modern Arena di Serdica Hotel. St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a Bulgarian Orthodox cathedral that was built in 1912 AD. Another view of St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Inside St. Sofia Church, which dates to the 6th-century AD. A park south of St. Sofia Church. Church of St Nicholas the Miracle-Maker (also known as the “Russian Church”). Krystal Garden. Statue of Stefan Stambolov (the deformed face and split head represents his assassination, when he took a knife to the face and skull). A “squat shop” – when private ownership of production was legalized in the 1980s, these shops opened up in the basement floor of buildings (where room was available) to quickly take advantage; now, many still exist in Sofia). Burek – this particular pastry is filled with cheese and spinach. Street in Sofia, Bulgaria. Platter of bits of bread covered with three types of Bulgarian cheese spreads. Sveti Sedmochislenitsi Church; this was originally a mosque until the minaret collapsed; then it became a storehouse; finally it was converted in to a Bulgarian Orthodox church in 1903 AD. Knyazheska Garden. Sofia University. Fountain in front of Ivan Vazov National Theater. Yuzhen Park (translated to “South Park”). The National Historical Museum of Bulgaria. Boyana Church.