Pantheon of the National Revival
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This trendy little coffee bar is always busy, with comfy sofas inside and seating outside. They also serve cocktails and light meals.
Typical cheap and tasty Bulgarian food including sausages, grills, steaks, chicken and fish are served at this busy cafe with outdoor...
Pantheon of the National Revival information
Lonely Planet review
The gold-domed Pantheon of the National Revival was built in 1978 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the deaths of 453 local heroes who fought the Ottomans in the Russo-Turkish War. Inside you can see the marble tombs of revolutionary leaders and a small collection of swords and rifles, but nothing is explained in English.