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Sofia

The University of Sofia is the oldest in Bulgaria. The "laboratory" for many Bulgarian scientists, specialists and intelectuals. Part of Bulgarian new history and place that "freedom" is the most appreciated value!

University of Sofia is in center of the city, close to Bulgarian Acadamy of Sciences, National library, Bulgarian Beaux-Arts Academy, National Assembly.

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