Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Boulevard
|Булевард Евлоги Георгиев|
|Other name(s)||Evlogi Georgiev|
|Namesake||Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev|
|Length||2 km (1 mi)|
|From||National Palace of Culture|
|To||Gen. Danail Nikolaev Boulevard|
Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Boulevard (Bulgarian: Булевард Евлоги и Христо Георгиеви, usually referred to simply as Evlogi Georgiev, which was its name for most of the 20th Century) is an important boulevard in the Bulgarian capital Sofia. It is named after the Bulgarian entrepreneurs Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev. During Bulgaria's alliance with the Third Reich the street's name was Adolf Hitler Boulevard.
Evlogi Georgiev Blvd is crossed by several of the capital's major transport arteries such as the Dragan Tsankov Boulevard and Graf Ignatiev Street (which form one juncture with Evlogi Georgiev) and Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard and Tsarigrad Road at Orlov Most (which also form one juncture).
For its entire length of around 2 km, the boulevard follows the Perlovska river, with its lanes on either side of the artificially-widened riverbed.
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