International European organizations will invest in the building of an innovative school in Sofia. The project involves the construction of an educational institution that will work on the development of pre-school education and culture. The Bulgarian capital is the only city on the Balkans and in Eastern Europe where a project that promotes intercultural dialogue and understanding will be realized. Sofia was chosen for the realization of this innovative project because of the confident pace of development, the political stability as well as strong ties of the municipality with the Jewish community. Sofia is a city of religious tolerance. The Sofia Synagogue is the third-largest in Europe and the Jewish History Museum tells us how during the Second World War the Bulgarian political elite and the Orthodox community managed to save the lives of over 50,000 Jews.