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Travel Blogs from Veliko Turnovo
Veliko Turnovo was the capital of the Second Kingdom (1185 - 1396) and is where the constitution of independent Bulgaria was signed in 1879. As a result, this town, which cascades down the side of a valley, is a historical treasure. The Tsarevets fortress was the scene of a rebellion against Constantinople which led to the creation of the Second …
... introduce this year's cast of Christmas box trip characters:
Best boy- Rich Haydon (pictures & video)
Stunt Co-ordinator- Claire Leeper
Produced by- Vicky Ivanova & Vera Georgieva
Exec Producer- Tedi Koleva
Editor & Fixer- Niki Zlatev
Written & Directed by- Rich Parsons
Today was spent in Stara Zagora with our friends Gancho & Milena from World Without Borders. With them we visited a protected home for young adults, a day centre for disabled children and a kindergarten in the fast-expanding Roma community. It was encouraging to see the work that is being done in this challenging place and to hear ...
... Tărnovo at 14:30, detrained quickly as the train was trying to make up time. The guard helped me off and I unpacked my bike on the platform and set off into town. Cycled around Veliko taking pictures, in the Middle Ages the town was a major centre culture with many churches. Took a shortcut back to the station which resulted in being lost in very dark backstreets, fortunately a helpful lady directed me across an area of wasteland to ...
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