VilaGora

Address: Pitu Guli 53a, Krusevo, Republic of Macedonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Pitu Guli 53a, Krusevo.
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    Travel Blogs from Krusevo

    Bridge across the River Yantra

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on May 19, 2015

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    Today I had no scheduled classes, so I decided to do something that had been on my mental to-do list for quite a while. I walked across the railway bridge. I'd heard about the ricketty nature of the metal pedestrian lane and thought it sounded interesting, plus I wanted to take some photos as I knew I'd get a different viewpoint of the town than usual. Another thing was, I often hear trains passing over this bridge as it exits the tunnel under VT; the low BOOM-BOOM, BOOM-BOOM, ...

    Spectacular thunderstorm

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on May 16, 2015

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    Bozhentsi has very similar architecture to Tryavna, complete with slate roofs. We walked round the village for around 45 minutes before having some dinner - for me, tarator and some stewed rabbit with potatoes and vegetables. It was past 9 o'clock by the time we finished.

    It had been hot and sunny most of the day, but about an hour after we got back to Veliko Tarnovo ...

    What a lovely revisit

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on May 16, 2015

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    ... sweetshop next door - Tryavna has many of these, selling things such as Bulgarian delight, sheets of sesame snap and colourful curly lollies which look like rock.

    After making some purchases (I got some sesame snap) we moved next door to the Old School Museum. We went under a stone archway and emerged into a small but wonderfully atmospheric courtyard. The school was built in 1839 and is similar to a house, with only one room actually a classroom. On ...

    Emma and Kate depart

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Feb 01, 2015

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    ... Scythian coins and one of archaeological items from Ancient Greece and Rome. Highlights were the Roman glass cornucopia, a decree (written at Serdica - Roman Sofia - on 10th June, 311 AD) from Emperor Licinius regarding the privileges of soldiers and veterans, a Ancient Greek pot and some objects made from beaten gold such as jewellery, shield centres and an axe. There was also an exhibition of modern icons and some other paintings ...

    The Valley of the Thracian Rulers

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... the town of Shipka, which also had a monument commemorating the battle. The church was finished in 1902 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the battle. The bell tower contains a 12-ton bell, which was cast from the cartridges that were collected after the battle. In the temple itself, the names of the Russian regiments and the Bulgarian Opaltchentsi are inscribed on 34 marble plates. In the church's crypt, the remains of some soldiers are laid in stone sarcophagi.

    We decided ...