The first change in the new history of the district aiming to make a connection with European Capital of Culture started in 2012 when the Municipality of Plovdiv initiates the first steps for reorganization of the traffic in the district and the partial change to a pedestrian zones.

This same year the district becomes part of the integral bidding programme of Plovdiv 2019 and later wins the title European Capital of Culture.

The first streets dedicated sole to pedestrians are Hristo Dukmedzhiev, Bratya Pulievi, Magura, Evlogi Georgiev and part of Georgi Benkovski…

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