Panorama Fort Beach Complex
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... river Yantra below.
On the other side, instead of continuing forwards along the side of the track I turned a sharp right and pushed through some more overgrown vegetation to the path on the riverbank. I walked under the bridge I'd just crossed, round the corner to a tiny near-white river beach, then back. From the bridge it was a five to ten minute walk along the riverside to the big stone bridge, where I crossed and made my way up the hill back to my flat.
... hit us. I've never seen so much lightning before! I just stood at my bedroom windows and watched both sheet and forked lightning strike the hills opposite. It was well after dark by now so every time lightning flashed, for a split second it lit up everything within my panoramic viewpoint. Some went dangerously close to the village of Arbanasi - I hope they were OK.
... and a feast for our eyes as well. As you might expect in a centre for woodcarving, the iconostasis and pulpit were wonderfully carved. The dark wood contrasted well with the colourful icons.
The church is on the corner of the main square; a very distinctive clock tower stands on another side of it. I remembered this from last time. We asked if people can climb up it, but unfortunately it's closed off to visitors at the moment. Instead of that, we popped ...
... we walked towards the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sophia's most iconic attraction, and went inside. It was beautiful inside, a large space - no pews or seats in Orthodox churches - with walls and ceilings covered in frescoes and dozens of candles lit all around, which cheered Squirt up, who was a little fed up with Sofia and a little fed up with being cold. Walking back from the cathedral towards the hostel, we came across a German ...
... in the early 1980s, Ruse entered a dark period of its history. The Verachim factory was built in Giurgiu, Romania which polluted the air with a think blanket of chlorine gas, between 1980 and 1987, impacting the city's development. Population decreased, and 15,000 people moved out between 1985 and 1992. Fortunately, in 1987, the Romanian factory ceased the pollution, under pressure from environmental organizations on ...