Radisson Blu Grand Hotel, Sofia
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Breakfast and depart Belgrade, Serbia for Sofa , Bulgaria, so many countries I am starting to lose track. Once again heading south we stop at a city called Nis in Serbia, this is where Constantine the Great was born and recently they celebrated his 1700th anniversary by installing a monument in his memory.
Walked through the CBD and the …
... and it was wonderful. There was a prehistoric room, complete with teeth from mammoths and cave bears and some zoomorphic and anthromorphic pottery (which reminded me a bit of Ecuador) amongst other things; a room full of amazing finds from Thracian treasure troves, including several very finely beaten gold burial masks and one more solid looking one, a silver drinking horn, gold jewellery and gold and bronze helmets and breastplates; several icons, including a ...
Bulgaria, how I love thee? Let me count the ways. Your mountains, your food, your people…July 10- 13 I spent some time in Bulgaria and it was absolutely wonderful. I was able to see how God is moving especially through social media and online radio. If anyone ever tries to tell you that radio is a dying art, make them go to Europe and they will quickly reconsider. People here love the radio and listen to it practically 24/7.
... some ex-prisoners. We soon filled our small warehouse to busting and it was good that some of the shoeboxes were immediately sent out by courier to various locations where we will catch up with them later in the week.
Here's a few pics and some video from the day...
... during the upcoming year. The white color symbolizes man - the power, and the red color symbolizes woman - health. On the 1st of March Bulgarians give such a string to their friends and family members. They normally wear it on their wrist for a certain period of which end is connected with the first signs of spring. When people see the first blossoming tree they tie it there. That's why we saw some of them still hanging :) Nice tradition, isn´t it?