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Centralni sofijski hali
The building of the Sofia Central Market Hall ( Centralni Hali) is located in the heart of the Bulgarian capital. The three-story building is in Neo-Byzantine and Baroque style and is work of architect Nahum Torbov. The building was inaugurated for the first time in 1911. In 1988 is closed for privatization, as a result sold to an Israel company, which made a major restoration. The Market was reopened in 2000. Today Halite is a commercial center, which occupies an area of 3 200 square meters located on 3 floors. It offers many food and non-food goods and services as well as fast food restaurants. There is pay parking in front of the market, which is free of charge for the first 30 minutes. In front of the market is a light rail station and the metro station is about 100 meters away. The building of the Hali is located in the center of the so-called Triangle of religious tolerance created by the synagogue, the mosque and the church of St Sunday. Opened Hours: every day from 07:30 to 21:30
The underground in Sofia was constructed to connect the city centre with the residential areas of Lyulin and Obeliya. These are two resiential quarters that are quite far from the centre of Sofia, so the underground train system makes it easier for the people who live there to get to work. This also made possible new living places to be built and those living areas become very desirable to live in. The underground trains run regularly in intervals of 3 to 10 minutes. The first train starts at 5.30 and the last one is just before midnight. On some holidays and special days, the trains operate around the clock. Recently, the underground has had new stations that connect the city centre with the living quarters of Mladost enabling people to travel from one end of Sofia to the other in less than 20 minutes.
Баня баши джамия
Die Banya Bashi-Moschee zählt zu den ältesten Moscheen in Europa. Sie wurde 1576 fertig gestellt, als noch die Osmanen die Kontrolle über die bulgarische Hauptstadt hatten. Banya Bashi bedeutet auf deutsch soviel wie "viele Bäder". Ein Kuriosum der Moschee ist, dass sie tatsächlich über natürlichen Thermalbädern errichtet wurde, sodass ihr Name Sinn ergibt. Auch aufsteigender Dampf ist noch immer zu beobachten. Die Moschee zeichnet sich durch die große Kuppel und das Minarett aus. Sie gilt als die einzige aktive Moschee in Sofia.
Retro Club Liqueur
Retro Club Liqueur is located in the downtown area of the city. The club has a seating capacity of 260 with plenty of space for dancing. Its music style is retro, and amongst its theme nights there are ladies nights. It is open six days a week from 10pm until 6am.