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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Aug 22, 2015

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... in the Rila hills of Bulgaria, so it is relatively high up and surrounded by cliffs and trees. The monastery itself is absolutely gorgeous, especially the painted frescoes on the outside. The amount of detail that was put in these frescoes is incredible. Being a religious place, obviously, the frescoes painted are all religious scenes, primarily depictions of the day of judgment, at the end of time. It is listed on the UNESCO world ...

The Soviet Bloc

A travel blog entry by adzane on Mar 28, 2015

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... business and read my books.

On wednesday I was eating dinner and I looked over at a group of guys my age at the table across from me. I got head nods from two of them. Then it dawned on me I'd gotten a couple of smiles and other tokens of recognition from people on the street earlier today. So I thought about how I was acting, and realized that in my apathy I'd been mimicking their style of social interaction. If I made eye contact ...

Cultural Day in the Capital

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 09, 2014

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... could see it. The entry fee to the main necropolis included access to this tomb as well, and one of the staff members came outside to unlock the door for us so we can get down to it. It was more interesting to me to observe it from street level, though, through the glass enclosure. Before this tomb was excavated, people had been walking on the street above for years and years, not having a clue what a historical treasure was buried below.

By the time we ...


A travel blog entry by rafb on Apr 20, 2014

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... street drinking your liter of beer, which comes in a huge plastic bottle.

We did the pub crawl again the next night and it was equally as fun. The night culminated at one of the most unique places I have ever been to. Again through some alleyway there was an unmarked door, which was locked. Our guide knocked and a lady opened it up and let us in. As you walk in the first thing you notice is that it is very dark. It's an old house that ...

Synagogue, Churches, Mosque, Ethnology Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 11, 2013

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... inside that could be seen thru the glass

I wanted to be at the Mosque for 1pm Friday prayers and I still had some time. I noticed another museum that wasn't mentioned online or on my map so I went in to ask.

It was on the 2nd floor of a building and cost 5 Lev ($3.75).. It had a lot of early Christian art, gold word, ...