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... watercolours, oil on canvas, cardboard and wood, linocuts, lithographs and ink on cardboard; quite a range of styles, but colourful and well worth seeing. There was also some Bulgarian, Italian and English information about Michelangelo, but no paintings, which I found slightly bizarre.
On the way back to my hostel I bought a massive slice of pizza for only 2.19 leva (89p) from one of the many pizza counters in Sofia. As I was eating it I came across a small ...
... It slowly dawned on us that this was what the earlier ticket officer had been trying to explain. The current shouty ticket officer however had now moved on and was asking for money. Only a little he said. Bulgarian or euros. Then he pointed at his pocket. Bloody idiot wanted a bribe. Whilst I was getting quite angry Freya pleaded telling him we hadn't expected to come through Bulgaria and we had no money but we had food if he ...
... that used to serve as the Communist Party Headquarters. Today it's a normal administrative building.
Normally there's is nothing special about the Presidential Palace (besides changing of guards every hour), however, this time it was quite interesting to observe what was going on. According to our guide there were elections in May 2013 and a new government started to control Bulgaria in June 2013. First of all, they took two security agencies that had existed in ...
... band playing. It made a pretty good Friday night. The people in Bulgaria were very nice but there was not much to see while walking around the city so the next day I went to the bus station with a plan to try a smaller town in Bulgaria called Sandanski. I walked into the bus station and the first ticket booth I saw had Istanbul written all over it and it was calling my name so I boarded the bus at 3pm and off to Turkey I ...
... above the city of Shumen. It was built in 1981 to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of the First Bulgarian Empire. The monument is built in concrete in a Cubist style, and designed by Bulgarian sculptors Krum Damyanov and Ivan Slavov. It is 450 m above sea level and can be seen from
30 km away.
A true delight was Saint Nikolas Russian Church, built in the 13th century as a small family church on today's Kaloyan Street behind ...