Bulgarian Basement Window Shops Give You Everything You Need For A Night Out
These Bulgarian basement window shops can give you everything you need to have a spectacular night out. Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria, has seen basement window shops popping up like mushrooms after the rain. These shops are literally everywhere, and they’re just a few feet above the ground.
Kiosk vendors in Sofia are making the most out of the limited street space they have and with these basement shops they can keep rent costs to a minimum, thus maximizing their profits.
Shoppers have a truly different experience when trying to get alcohol, cigarettes, sweets and whatever they may need at 4 AM to continue partying. Yes, these Bulgarian basement window shops are open 24/7, all in the effort to give you the best/weirdest/efficient shopping experience ever.
Some of these shops actually have really cool and welcoming facades.
Most of these window shops are just a crowded display of alcohol, cigarettes and candy.
Sograph is the photographer behind this interesting photo series. In Bulgaria, these shops are called ‘Klek shops’, which translated means ‘knee shops’. The name really suits the shops, given the fact that you have to bow down in order to purchase any items.
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