Official Postcrossing card from Bulgaria! This shows this country’s capital – Sofia! This city, which is the largest in this country, is located on the eastern side of it. It gets its name from St. Sofia Church, which is shown on the bottom-right. This is the second-oldest church in Bulgaria, dating as far back as the 6th century! Mind you, it was a little less than a millennium after that the name “Sofia” was given to the country itself. In terms of age, St. Sofia Church is only beaten out by the Church of St. George, depicted in the bottom-left – which dates back to the 4th century. This is the 8th-oldest church in Europe – so yeah, that’s pretty old! Then we have the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the top-left, which is an Orthodox cathedral that now serves as one of the most popular tourist attractions, and was built in the late 1800s to commemorate Bulgarian and Russian soldiers after the Russian-Turkish War. On that same note, the lion statue at the bottom of the card was created and sited next to the Monument to the Unknown Soldier, which also commemorates Bulgarian soldiers who lost their lives in wars (assuming this is collectively). Finally, the top-right shows the Church of St. Petka Samardjiiska, or St Petka of the Saddlers, which is a very small church that was constructed in the late 14th century. Lots of buildings of worship in this card! Thank you so much for sharing this with me!