Neoclassicism, eclecticism, stalinist baroque – just some of the fitting descriptions of the former Party House, the Presidency and the Council of Ministers buildings in city center. The three monumental buildings form a triangle that locals refer to as the Largo – a complex of edifices built in the 1950s on the site of previously destroyed during WWII bombings smaller buildings. These are probably the most striking and impressive examples of classical stalinist architecture in Sofia, built by the totalitarian regime – the headquarters of the Communist Party, the State Council, the Ministry of Electrification and Heavy Industry, Hotel Balkan and the Central Department Store (TZUM). Nowadays, the square is totally reconstructed, Lenin’s bust is replaced by Saint Sofia’s statue, the mausoleum of communist leader Georgi Dimitrov (and his respective embalmed body) is long gone and TZUM has some hard time trying to be a popular shopping destination once again. However, new archeological findings below the Largo will serve as an outdoor museum.