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Old October 11th, 2011, 02:15 PM   #581
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St. George, 4th century, one of the oldest preserved churches in the world:



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Hagia Sophia (This church gave the city its name), 6th century with later modifications:









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Alexander Nevski cathedral, built in late 19th century in order to commemorate the role Russia played in establishing Bulgarian independence from the Osman empire:









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Stalinist sculptures in a park:

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My parents will visit Istanbul in next week.
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The Balkans are a very diverse region indeed, thanks for sharing.
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Sophia, interesting. Maybe not a classic beauty as you said, but the streets certainly look clean and tidy.
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And now to the last part of my journey:

In the train from Sofia to Vienna

In Sofia, I finally took the train to Vienna which takes more than 20 hours crossing northwestern Bulgaria, whole Serbia and whole Hungary.

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