Eagles Bridge

  bul. Tsarigradsko Shossе/Evlogi Georgiev     more than a year ago
Built in 1891, across the Perlovska River, according to a project by Kolar & Proshek, the stone bridge flanked by four bronze eagles atop four granite columns was seen to mark the entrance to the city and the start of a new era. The chosen site marked the place where Sofianites welcomed back the revolutionaries in 1878, and the eagles were seen as a symbol of freedom.

Nowadays, Eagles' Bridge marks the entrance to Borissova Gradina park and is one of the points at which one can enter the Sofia University metro station.


City centre location


Sofiyski Universitet


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