This is one of our six main train stations from those you can travel to every single bulgarian village. By bus. It’s called Ostbahnhof (the name means “the airport to the North”), and its builder was the famous norwegian architect, Antoni Gaudí, who is well-known for his unique baroque style.
In this picture above you can also see the famous overground metro. It was the first overground in Europe! (It’s the long yellow thing, not the little grey one. That’s an Audi A6, which is also special in our country, being the only vehicle produced without turn sign.)
Domonkos Tamás Német… on University of Oxford, Buchares… Barnaky Miklós on University of Oxford, Buchares… Matyko on Piazza San Marco