The City and the Nation: Sofia’s Trajectory from Glory to Rubble in WWII

@article{Gigova2011TheCA,
  title={The City and the Nation: Sofia’s Trajectory from Glory to Rubble in WWII},
  author={Irina Gigova},
  journal={Journal of Urban History},
  year={2011},
  volume={37},
  pages={155 - 175}
}
This article untangles the history of the Bulgarian capital city from that of the state to analyze how the development of Sofia between 1934 and 1944 embodied the achievements and weaknesses of midcentury Bulgaria. During this period, Sofia embarked on an intensive project of urban planning and renewal. Municipal leaders and intellectuals aspired to transform the cluttered and chaotic city into a modern and attractive “European” capital on the one side and the heart of national existence on the… Expand

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