An active day today – we started with a visit to the National Historical Museum of Sofia. This is one of the largest museums where you can learn about the history of Bulgaria and the entire Balkans. It houses collections discovered during excavations. Some of the most valuable items are those found in the tomb of a Thracian king from 330-300 BC. The next point was a visit to the Vitosha National Park, where the waether was really chilly. The sight of the Rock River – a long ribbon of boulders running down the mountainside. From there we went to Kambanite Park where an almost forty-meter monument, built of four massive pylons, towers above the trees. On top of it… bells. As if entangled in a dense web. But soon… below it are more. In total… about a hundred and thirty, including those from China, Nepal, Taiwan, Peru and Poland. The last item on the agenda was a visit to the Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky- the most recognizable building in Sofia.