Tuesday, June 6, 2023

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Cathedral of Saint Joseph

The Cathedral of Saint Joseph is located in the central area of Sofia, close to Sveta Nedelya Church and Square. Initially, the construction of the...


Baba Vida from Above

Alexander Nevsky Church


The Covered Bridge of Lovech

The Covered Bridge of Lovech, a captivating fusion of function and tradition, stands as an enduring symbol of Bulgaria's architectural heritage, bridging not only the banks of the Osam River but also centuries of history.

The Kadin Bridge

The Kadin Bridge, a testament to centuries-old craftsmanship and architectural prowess, stands majestically over the Struma River in Nevestino, Bulgaria, narrating an intriguing tale of the region's rich past.

Mustafa Pasha Bridge

The Devil’s Bridge


How-To in Bulgaria

Camping in Bulgaria

Camping can be a truly enriching experience. It allows you to disconnect from the distractions and stresses of daily life and reconnect with nature...
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Moments from Bulgarian History

The Karanovo System

Delving into the depths of Southeastern Europe's ancient past, the Karanovo System serves as an archaeological compass, guiding us through the intricate labyrinth of Neolithic and Early Bronze Age cultures.

The Troy

The city of Troy, resonating with the grandeur of the Hellenistic age (330 BC - 85 BC), though not directly linked to modern Bulgaria, casts a wide cultural net across the ancient world, shaping the cultural landscape beyond its immediate boundaries.

The Glina-Schneckenberg Culture

The Glina-Schneckenberg culture, though centered beyond Bulgaria's modern borders, left a significant imprint on the broader canvas of Southeast Europe's prehistoric era, highlighting the interconnectedness of early cultures.

Archeological Cultures Chronology

Dive into the vibrant chronicle of Bulgaria's past as we unveil the timeless threads of diverse archeological cultures that graced and influenced its land....

Cotofeni Culture

Emerging from the dawn of the Bronze Age, the Coţofeni Culture weaves a tale of early human innovation and cultural exchange across modern-day Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria.
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