Vrana Palace Panorama, Bulgaria

Vrana Palace (Bulgarian: Дворец „Врана“, Dvorets "Vrana"; formerly Враня; Vranya) is a former royal palace, on the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is today the official residence of former Tsar Simeon II of Bulgaria and his wife Margarita. While the Royal Palace in the centre of Sofia (today the National Art Gallery and National Ethnographic Museum) served representative purposes and the Euxinograd Palace near Varna was a summer residence, Vrana was the palace where the royal family of Bulgaria spent most of their time. Vrana Palace is situated at an elevation of 571 m.

It includes the site of Chardakli farm, where there was a bridge which featured in the liberation of Sofia.

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