Skip to Content

Last visited places

No comments

Roman Stadium

Roman Stadium – It is located on Dzhumaya Square, Plovdiv. It was built in II century on the model of the Delphic Stadium. It is situated in the natural hollow between Taksim Tepe (Taksim Hill) and Sahat Tepe (Sahat Hill). The slopes were used for disposing the audience`s seats. In antiquity the Roman Stadium seated  Continue reading »

No comments

Synagogue

The synagogue in Plovdiv is one of the ancient monuments of the city`s culture. The first evidence dates back from III-th, VI-th century A.D., when Plovdiv was called “Philippopolis”. A colored marbled floor was found with an inscription and a picture of a golden menorah with seven candlesticks on it. The synagogue was built in  Continue reading »

No comments

Artmind gallery

The gallery is located in a 1904 Neo-Baroque building in the center of Plovdiv. The permanent exposition in Artmind gallery presents applied art in the works of two contemporary Greek artists. The gallery is also open for private exhibitions of well known and young artists in the field of fine and applied arts. The unique  Continue reading »

No comments

The Yellow School

The Yellow School – It is called this way because of its coloured forefronts. In fact, this was the first Bulgarian gymnasium. It was founded in Plovdiv in 1868 on the base of the famous eparchian school “St. St. Cyril and Methodius” and it was put in the new building, specially constructed for the purpose.  Continue reading »