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... and Byznatines created settlements. I know no history of the Neoliths and Thracians, but when relaying local history, these names are often mentioned.
Medieval times were the most glorious days of this city, which then was a political, religious and cultural center of the Bulgarian kingdom. A very large and well preserved fortress encircles the Tsarvets hill, and one can see many turrets, basillicas and other architechtural spectacles of ...
... Wow. Just wow. What a difference. There really wasn't much in the town, derelict houses, fancy graffiti, a few random clothes shops, a couple of tat shops and that was about it. Further up the hill it became quite busy with people - no idea whether they were locals or tourists as I couldn't recognise the language they were speaking. But either way, I'm not sure what they were all doing. As there was nothing to do. We were picked up at 4pm and began the long ...
Yesterday we crossed the border from Romania into Bulgaria - and into a land of even less comprehension. Ah yes, the Cyrillic alphabet. Put THAT one in your Garmin and see what happens. Well the Garminator pulled it off and we safely and efficiently made it through the border check and to our very nice "resort hotel" along the Danube in Ruse. We had a delicious and plentiful traditional Bulgarian dinner on ...
Veliko Turnovo is a small town in central Bulgaria. It's a beautiful, former capital (in the olden days), with a nice little old town, a university, an old fortress, and a ton of hills. If your wondering, It was also home to the infamous gypsy-midget (I know I should say little person, but it just doesn't sound the same). He was a dude that lived in Turnovo when I lived there about 11 years ago; we used to give each other a hard time. ...