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Park "Zaimov"

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Ema
Ema
December 15, 2019
A small park full of sculptures, a great place to enjoy in spring and summertime.
Georgi
Georgi
October 24, 2019
A nice park with interesting sculptures and a lot of green grass to enjoy a nice day outside ! There are many places to eat and have a drink.
Mia
Mia
October 1, 2019
Perfect place to take a walk
Rossen
Rossen
September 19, 2019
Great place for families with kids. Zaimov is another one of Sofia’s numerous gardens. The fountain and the buildings around it bear a nice nostalgic feeling towards the middle of the 20th century. It is a pleasant urban oasis in the middle of the city offering plenty of entertainment — table…
Christo
Christo
July 22, 2018
Simply the best city park in Sofia.

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Sofia, Sofia City Province 1527
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