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When she emerged we walked to the Sveta Sofia Church nearby, which gave the city of Sofia its name back in the 14th century and is the second-oldest church in Sofia after the Rotunda. As we walked round to the front entrance we passed the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the eternal flame. I went to this church back in October with Mum too, and had told Kate all about the wonderful interior and the extensive Roman ruins in ...
... been recently restored.
Boyona Church is church filled with medieval frescoes, this church is so small that groups of up to ten people can stay inside for a maximum of ten minutes before the next group is allowed. Mind you it has been extended three times in its day. We saw the grounds where the President lives in the Boyona region. Like America, the President can only serve two terms each term is five years.
... of the Bulgarian state.The Monument to the Unknown Soldier features an eternal flame, turf from Stara Zagora and Shipka Pass, sites of two of the most important battles of the Russo-Turkish War ...
... the city that she did not know before she took the tour. The tour consisted of our guide, Elena, me and two tourists from Palestine. They saw my Star of David and they were still were very nice and explained that they lived in East Jerusalem. This to me shows how in the end people are people, those two should be enemies and yet we talked very respectfully. It was a bit of surreal experience, because almost all of the Palestinians ...
... back Plovdiv from the Turks in the next few years, Bulgaria became more and more fascist (if you've ever read Tintin in 'King Ottokar's Sceptre' you'll know what I'm talking about) as certain maniacs in Bulgaria set their hopes to creating a new Bulgarian Empire. It didn't really work out as Bulgaria sided with Germany in both of the World Wars, keeping roughly the same territory and with it, a similar low-economic growth.
We arrived in Sofia confused ...