One of the iconic landmarks is the Profit-Yielding Building. It was accomplished and officially opened in 1902 after four years of sustainable construction works.
The architecture of the building is an example of the Neo-Classical style. Its detail-oriented design turned it into a contemporary emulation of the modern European architectural trends at the time. The architectural plan of the building belongs to Peter Paul Brang, a Viennese architect famous for working in other European countries.
The Profit-Yielding Building draws its weird name from its initial purpose - to be a venue for artists and entrepreneurs and pass the collected revenue to the schools. According to the plan, it was intended to host shops, a theatrical salon, and a casino.
Nowadays, the building is included into the list of architectural historical monuments of national importance and is one of the biggest attractions for tourists in the city center. Today it hosts Sava Ognianov Drama Theater, so you can buy a ticker, check in at the place, and enjoy a play.