Orlov Most is the Bulgarian name for the bridge over the Perlovska River, also known in English as Eagles Bridge. Constructed in 1891 by the same brothers that built Lions Bridge to the northwest, the bridge sports four statues of eagles, two at each end of the bridge on Tsarigrad Road. The bridge is also close to a number of other attractions in the city, such as Boris Gardens, Vasil Levsky National Stadium, and the Monument to the Soviet Army.
Located at the eastern entrance to the city, Orlov Most is one of the busiest junctions in Sofia.
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