Regatta Venue is a unique sports center in the north-western part of the city. It is the biggest one on the Balkans. The center includes a stadium, a rowing canal, a covered swimming pool, opened and covered tennis courts and athletics track. You can get there by bus №10.
Dzhumaya Mosque – It is a central Muslim temple in the city. It was built in the time of sultan Murad II (1421 – 1451) on the place of a destroyed church devoted to Saint Petka Tarnovska. It is one of the oldest Ottoman religious constructions on the Balkans. The building is performed in the Continue reading »
It was designed by Joseph Shnitter and was built in 1882. It has eight halls, which accommodate a permanent exposition of around 230 pictures, works of famous Bulgarian painters. They reflect the Bulgarian art development from the years after the Revival to the end of XX-th century. There is a special attention to the representatives Continue reading »
Alyosha /Bunardzhika Hill/ – It is 234 meters oversea level. The Russian monument is rising on the even part of the hill. It was created in 1881 in honour of the Russian soldiers who died for the Liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman Slavery. Aside from it, on the very top of the hill, it Continue reading »