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Kozarnika Cave

Kozarnika Cave is an important archaeological site located in northwest Bulgaria, near the town of Belogradchik. The cave has been the subject of extensive research...

Mishkova Niva

Mishkova Niva (the Mouse’s Field) is a Thracian cult complex dating from the fifth to third century BC. The more extensive ancient complex consists...

Hlyabovo Dolmens

Step back in time and uncover the mystery of the Hlyabovo dolmens, an ancient settlement located in the village of Hlyabovo, in the region...

Dragalevski Monastery

The Dragalevski Monastery is an iconic landmark representing Bulgaria’s rich culture and heritage. Its name was first mentioned in the Vitosha golden seal of the...

Bachkovo Monastery Uspenie Bogorodichno

Georgian-origin Byzantine commander Gregory Bakuriani founded the Bachkovo Monastery in 1083. It’s the second-largest in Bulgaria and one of three Stavropegial monasteries. The monastery...

Serdica Ancient Complex

Serdica Ancient Complex in Sofia is a unique combination of various areas that serves different purposes, divided into two zones.

Saint Anastasia Island in Burgas Bay, Black Sea

The History Saint Anastasia Island, also known as “Bulgaria’s Alcatraz”, is a small island in the Black Sea near Burgas. The island’s rich and varied history...

History of Sozopol

Nestled on a breathtaking peninsula in southeastern Bulgaria, Sozopol offers an enticing summer retreat for locals and tourists. Its quaint, cobbled streets and centuries-old...

The Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari

The Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari is a remarkable discovery that offers a glimpse into the past of the ancient Thracians. Discovered in 1982 near the...

Pobitite Kamuni

Pobitite Kamani place, also known as The Stone Forest, is a natural landmark in Bulgaria known for its unique geological formation and is a natural landmark...
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