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Today we stopped in Vidin - the poorest city in the European Union. We stopped to see Baba Vida fortress. It was a little more sturdy than the forts in the old west. Built by the. Romans in the 3rd century and remodeled by the Turks in the 12th. We also saw the largest Jewish synagogue in the country. Unfortunately it was destroyed during the war and never restored. It sat ...
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We disembarked from MS Amadeus Brilliant at 9:00 a.m. and began our bus and walking tour of ancient city of Vidin. Approximately 40,000 persons live in this city of archeological ruins such as Baba Vida Fortress. There are many abandoned buildings which were built during the era of Stalin,and we passed by memorial for "the victims of Communism". The highlight of our excursion was the tiny 17th century St. Pantheleymon Orthodox Church with its original lovely ...
... to go. Soon we turned onto busy highway E79 which led us into the port city of Calafat. We crossed a main highway which leads to the new bridge to the Bulgarian town of Vidin. Miles and miles of trucks on the Romanian side were waiting for customs clearance, apparently a time consuming process.
Away from the Donau has Panoramic Views
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Our plan in a nutshell; 2900 total kilometers at 50 km per day - 2 days riding for 1 day off for a total of 58 riding days & 90 total days - April to July, 2013 :)