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Varna is a port town and seashore hold up on Bulgaria's Black Sea, bordering the waterfront motels of Golden Sands, St. Konstantin and Albena. it's outstanding for the Gold of Varna, 6,000-12 months-antique Thracian circles found in a necropolis. the jewels' appeared inside the Archeological Museum, together with Greek, Roman and Ottoman relics. A bar-secured waterfront prom fronts nineteenth-century Primorski Park.
2. Veliko Tarnovo
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north fundamental Bulgaria and the authority point of convergence of Veliko Tarnovo Province. Wikipedia
Sofia is the capital of the Balkan state of Bulgaria. It's in the west of the bound together states of america, underneath Vitosha Mountain.
The city's memorable focuses reflect more critical than 2,000 years of records, which fuse Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupation. Medieval Boyana Church has thirteenth-century frescoes. worked by the Romans in the fourth century, St. George Rotunda Church has medieval additionally, Ottoman trimming dating to the tenth century.
Zheravna Bulgarian: Жеравна is a town in boss eastern Bulgaria, an a part of Kotel region, Sliven Province. Wikipedia
Burgas, once in a while transliterated as Bourgas, is the second greatest town at the Bulgarian Black coastline and the fourth-greatest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna, with a people of 211,033 ... Wikipedia
6. Rila Monastery
The Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila, generally called the Rila Monastery is the most fundamental and most clearly comprehended jap Orthodox religious group in Bulgaria. Wikipedia
oversee: 2643 Rilski manastir, Bulgaria
Bansko is a city in southwestern Bulgaria, arranged at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at a tallness of 927 m above sea sort out. it's far a predominant ski motel. Wikipedia
Pamporovo is a famous ski motel in Smolyan Province, southern Bulgaria, one of the impressive regarded in Southeastern Europe.
it's far set among Norway spruce boondocks and is normally gone to at some stage in the stormy atmosphere for snowboarding and snowboarding. Wikipedia
9. Pirin countrywide Park
Pirin national Park is a countrywide stop that conceals the more noteworthy a part of the Pirin Mountains in south-west Bulgaria, spreading over a region of 403.56 km². Wikipedia
Belogradchik is a town in Vidin Province, Northwestern Bulgaria, the authority point of convergence of the homonymous Belogradchik
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24 Hours in Sofia - TRAVEL GUIDE VIDEO TOUR (Sofia, Bulgaria)
In order featured in the video:
National Palace of Culture (Национален дворец на културата)
Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Nevski (Катедрала „Свети Александър Невски“)
Regional History Museum - Sofia (Регионален исторически музей София)
Vitosha Boulevard (Main Street with Shops)
Sofia Central Station (Train Station)
Casino Sofia (Didn't like this place at all! Horrible!)
Central Sofia Market Hall & Flea Markets
Presidency Building (Changing of the Guard in Bulgaria)
Day of Hristo Botev Sirens (Loud Siren for National Heroes Day)
In Sofia, there is plenty to see and do in 24 hours! We in fact had a couple of days here! The hotel (Scotty's Boutique Hotel) was very cheap and cosy too!
Sofia ( SOH-fee-ə, SOF-; Bulgarian: Со́фия, romanized: Sofiya, IPA: [ˈsɔfijə] (listen)) is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria. The city is at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country. Being in the centre of the Balkan peninsula, it is midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, and closest to the Aegean Sea.Sofia has been an area of human habitation since at least 7000 BC. The recorded history of Sofia begins with the attestation of the conquest of Serdica by the Roman Republic in 29 BC from the Celtic tribe Serdi, raided by Huns in 343-347 AD and 447 AD, conquered by Visigoths in 376-382 AD, conquered by Avars and Slavs in 617 AD, and on 9th April, 809 Serdica was surrendered to Krum of Bulgaria. In 1018, the Byzantines ended Bulgarian rule, while in 1040 it was shortly restored. The town was conquered by the Pechenegs in 1048 and 1078, by the Magyars and Serbs in 1183, and by the Crusaders in 1095 and 1190. The rule of the Second Bulgarian Empire lasted from 1194 until its conquest by the Ottomans in 1382.. From 1520 to 1836, Sofia was the regional capital of Rumelia Eyalet, the Ottoman Empire's key province in Europe. Bulgarian rule was restored in 1878. During World War II Sofia was bombarded by the UK and US Air Forces and at the end of the war, it was seized by the Soviet Army.
Being Bulgaria's primate city, Sofia is a hometown of many of the major local universities, cultural institutions and commercial companies. Sofia is one of the top 10 best places for start-up businesses in the world, especially in information technologies, according to Bulgarian National Television. Sofia was Europe's most affordable capital to visit in 2013.The population of Sofia declined down from 70,000 in the late 18th century, through 19,000 in 1870, to 11,649 in 1878 and began increasing. Sofia hosts some 1.23 million residents within a territory of 492 km2, a concentration of 17.5% of the country population within the 200th percentile of the country territory. The urban area of Sofia hosts some 1.54 million residents within 5723 km², which comprises Sofia City Province and parts of Sofia Province (Dragoman, Slivnitsa, Kostinbrod, Bozhurishte, Svoge, Elin Pelin, Gorna Malina, Ihtiman, Kostenets) and Pernik Province (Pernik, Radomir), representing 5.16% of the country territory. The metropolitan area of Sofia is based upon one hour of car travel time, stretches internationally and includes Dimitrovgrad in Serbia. Unlike most European metropolitan areas, it is not to be defined as a substantially functional metropolitan area, but is of the type with limited variety of functions. The metropolitan region of Sofia is inhabited by a population of 1.68 million and is made up of the whole provinces Sofia City, Sofia and Pernik, comprising more than 10,000 km².
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Belogradchik Fortress, one of the best attractions in Bulgaria
The Belogradchik Fortress and Vidin, Bulgaria, 2017
The Belogradchik Fortress is situated at a distance of 1.5 km from the town of Belgradchik among the renowned Belogradchik rocks.
The fortress has existed since Roman times. In 1st – 3rd century AD the Romans built roads in the new provinces of the empire on the Balkan peninsula, as well as fortresses to guard them.
The mission of the Belogradchik Fortress was to control the road from the town of Ratsiaria (near the today’s village of Archar in the region of Vidin). The Romans constructed the highest part of the fortress, called The Citadel.
There are remains of another fortress at a distance of a few meters from it – Latin Stronghold, which served as an assisting fortification.
Upon the separation of the Roman Empire in 395 the Balkan lands entered within the borders of Byzantium. In the end of 7th century the Belogradchik Fortress fell within the territory of the newly created Bulgarian state.
During the time of Tsar Ivan Sratsimir (1356 – 1396) the fortress was broadened and fortified. In 1396 the Ottomans conquered it and later reconstructed it. Garrison for protection of the west part of the empire and for oppression of the Bulgarians’ revolts was built.
In 1850, when the Belogradchik Uprising was routed, its leaders were taken away through one of the fortress tunnels and beheaded. On this place today raises a monument of their heroism. In 1885 during the war between Serbia and Bulgaria (1885) the fortress was last used as a military installation. It was declared an architectural and constructional monument in Issue 41 of the State Gazette of 1965.
The Belogradchik Fortress has three yards separated from one another, the total area of which reaches 10 210 square meters, and one fortification. Even nowadays embrasures (openings) for guns and three bastions and embrasures for cannons can be seen on the fortress walls.
The highest point of the fortress, called First Slab, reveals a beautiful view towards the Balkan.
The region is very popular among the tourists because of the beauty of the Belogradchik rocks and the multiple historical landmarks.
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This is a presentation of the beauty of Bulgaria. It's in french but here is everithing translated in english.
It presents the culture and some of the beautiful places that can be visited in Bulgaria:
1. The capital of Bulgaria - Sofia
2. The cathedral monument Aleksander Nevski . Located in Sofia.
(People dancing Bulgarian folk dances around it because it's a feast ).
3. The Bulgarian folk clothes
4. Nessebar - an ancient town and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast
5. Balchik - a seaside resort on the Black Sea Coast
6. Bansko - a popular ski resort (Bansko has recently hosted FIS World Cup alpine ski races)
7. Koprivshtitsa - a historical town in Sofia province with house museums
8. Plovdiv - the second largest city in Bulgaria
9. Belogradchik - there is a fortress and nature reserve of sandstone, limestone and other rock formations
10. Veliko Tarnovo - Tsarevets fortress
11. Bulgarian monasteries - There are nearly 120 monasteries on the territory of Bulgaria nestled in the most private parts of the mountains, surrounded with virgin nature (Rila monastery, Bachkovo monastery, Troyan monastery are the most popular).
12. The seven lakes of the mountain Rila.
13. The ancient city of Thrace - Perperikon
14. Kazanlak - The Valley of Roses.
15. The Bulgarian wine - Grape growing and wine production have a long history in Bulgaria.
16. The Bulgarian traditional cuisine -
The songs are:
1. Elitsa & Stoyan - Kismet / Елица и Стоян - Кисмет
2. Elitsa & Stoyan - Kosmos / Елица и Стоян - Космос
3. Elitsa & Stoyan - Water / Елица и Стоян - Вода
AmaWaterways Excursions Vidin, Bulgaria, a look at AmaDante & Veliko Tarnovo and Plovdiv, Bulgaria
AmaWaterways Danube River Cruise Excursions to Vidin, Bulgaria, a look at the luxurious Amadante River Cruise Ship, and then touring of Veliko Tarnovo and Plovdiv in Bulgaria before heading to Istanbul, Turkey on an AmaWaterways Danube River Cruise that began in Budapest, Hungary.
Vidin is a port town on the southern bank of the Danube in northwestern Bulgaria. It is close to the borders with Serbia and Romania, and is also the administrative centre of Vidin Province, as well as of the Metropolitan of Vidin (since 870). As of February 2011, the town has a population of 47,138 inhabitants. An agricultural and trade centre, Vidin has a fertile hinterland renowned for its wines.
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north central Bulgaria and the administrative centre of Veliko Tarnovo Province. Often referred to as the City of the Tsars, Veliko Tarnovo is located on the Yantra River and is famous as the historical capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire, attracting many tourists with its unique architecture. Until 1965 the name of the town was Tarnovo, and this is still the common name. The old city is situated on three hills, Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora raising amidst the meanders of the Yantra. Tsarevets housed the palaces of the Bulgarian Emperors and the Patriarchate with the Patriarchal Cathedral, as well as a number of administrative and residential edifices surrounded by thick walls.
Trapezitsa was known for its many churches and as the main residence of the nobility. In the Middle Ages it was among the main European centres of culture and gave its name to the architecture of the Tarnovo Artistic School, painting of the Tarnovo Artistic School and literature. Veliko Tarnovo is an important administrative, economic, educational and cultural centre of Northern Bulgaria. As of February 2011, the town has a population of 68,783.
Plovdiv (Bulgarian: Пловдив) is the second-largest city in Bulgaria after the capital Sofia with a population of 338,153 inhabitants as of February, 2011. It is the administrative center of Plovdiv Province and the municipalities of the City of Plovdiv, Maritsa municipality and Rodopi municipality, whose municipal body had a population of 403,153 inhabitants as of February 2011. It is an important economic, transport, cultural and educational center, as well as the second-largest city in the historical international region of Thrace after Istanbul. It is the tenth-largest city in the Balkans after Istanbul, Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Zagreb, Skopje and Tirana.
Plovdiv's history spans 6,000 years, with traces of a Neolithic settlement dating to roughly 4000 BC, ranking it among the world's-oldest cities. Plovdiv was known in the West for most of its recorded history by the Greek name Philippopolis, which was introduced in 340 BC. Plovdiv was originally a Thracian city before later becoming a Greek and a major Roman one. In the Middle Ages, it retained its strategic regional importance, changing hands between the Byzantine and Bulgarian Empires. It came under Ottoman rule in the 14th century. In 4 January 1878, Plovdiv was liberated from Ottoman rule by the Russian army and was within the borders of Bulgaria until July, the same year, when it became the capital of an autonomous Ottoman region of Eastern Rumelia. In 1885, it and Eastern Rumelia itself became part of Bulgaria.
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Places to go - mountain Vitosha in Bulgaria
Mountain Vitosha is located in South Eastern Europe, just 15 minutes away with a public transport from the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia. This short video is recorded in the middle of March and several weeks before the beginning of the spring. The building is called the national palace of culture.
Emen Canyon, Bulgaria / Еменски каньон, България
Exploring the Emen Canyon in Bulgaria. The canyon is located near Emen Village in Veliko Tarnovo Province, Bulgaria. The river Negovanka flows right through the village, through the Emen Canyon and ends up in the Mihaltsi dam situated about 5 km north of the village. The canyon is formed in Palaeolithic times by the river. The flowing water carved a gorge which at some places is very tight and deep, so a human can't go down to the bottom without a special equipment.
The Emen Canyon was declared a Natural Monument in 1980. As a result, some human activities like lumbering and driving motor vehicles are prohibited on the 25.5 hectare area of the Natural Monument. It partially overlaps with another Natural Monument - the Momin Skok one, which encompasses a small area around the waterfall of the same name.
One of the first eco paths in Bulgaria passes through the Emen Gorge on its way to the Momin Skok Waterfall. Unfortunately a part of the eco path is forbidden for walking because authorities decide that it's too dangerous. The Emen cave is located at the very beginning of the eco path. With its length of 3,113 meters, it is the 17th longest cave in Bulgaria. This has made it suitable for all kinds of human activities during the years. It has consecutively been used to grow mushrooms and mature cheese. In Communist times it even became an arms depot of a military base located immediately above it. Currently, human presence in the cave is, at least officially, restricted to allow for bats to breed uninterrupted.
My advise is to visit Emen Canyon in the spring, when the river is full with water and the vegetation around is full of green colors. Probably in the autumn the Canyon should be also very beautiful, when the trees are tinted in yellow, orange or even red colors, but personally I prefer the spring. As you can see in the video, we have visited the canyon in the early spring (the end of March), so unfortunately for us the trees were not become fully green.
Разходка из Еменския каньон в България. Каньонът се намира в близост до с. Емен в област Велико Търново, само на 20 км западно от града. Река Негованка преминава през самото село, продължава своя път през Еменския каньон и се озовава в язовир Михалци, намиращ се на около 5 км северно от селото. Каньонът се е формирал в палеолитната епоха от реката. Течащата вода издълбава дефиле, което на места е толкова тясно и дълбоко, че човек не може да спусне надолу към дъното, без специална екипировка и катерачески умения.
Еменския каньон е обявен за природна забележителност през 1980 г. В резултат на това някои човешки дейности като дърводобива и управлението на моторни превозни средства са забранени в зоната от около 25,5 хектара около каньона. Това частично се припокрива с друга природна забележителност - водопадът Момин скок.
Една от първите еко пътеки в България преминава през Еменското дефиле по пътя си към гореспоменатия водопад - Момин скок. За съжаление част от екопътеката е закрита тъй като е обявена за прекалено опасна. В самото начало на каньона и на екопътеката пък се намира и пещерата Емен. Със своята дължина от 3,113 метра, тя е 17-тата по дължина пещера в България. Характера на пещерата е дал възможност да се използва за различни цели през годините. В началото е използвана за отглеждане на гъби и зряло сирене. В комунистическите времена дори е превърната в оръжейно депо на военна база, разположена непосредствено над нея. В момента, човешко присъствие в пещерата поне официално е ограничено, с оглед да се даде възможност да се размножават обитаващите я прилепи.
Съветвам ви да посетите Еменският каньон през пролетта, когато реката е пълна с вода и растителността наоколо е изпъстрена с зелени цветове. Вероятно през есента това уникално място би било много красиво, когато дърветата са обагрени в жълто, оранжево или дори червени цветове. Аз лично обаче предпочитам пролетта. Както можете да видите във видеото, ние посетихме каньона в началото на пролетта (края на м. Март) и за съжаление растителността наоколо все още не се беше раззеленила напълно.
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