Central Mineral Baths

more than a year ago
The beautiful building of the city’s former mineral baths is now the Museum of Sofia, forming a backdrop to the lovely park with a fountain where locals line up to fill up free hot mineral water.

Originally completed in 1908 in the Neo Byzantine style, the building housed one large pool and two separate wings for men and women with smaller mineral pools. The architect was Petko Momchilov, one of Bulgaria’s most recognised architects of that era.


City centre location




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