Redenka Palace

Address: Redenka place, Main road Predela-Bansko, Bansko, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria | 4 star resort
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Location

This 4 star resort, located on Redenka place, Main road Predela-Bansko, Bansko, is near Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), and Institute of Archaeology with Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Bansko

IN SEARCH OF A SAINT

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 03, 2014

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... in the church so I made use of the zoom from the back of the church. The pattern was similar: darkened paintings and a bright gold leaf iconostasis.

I backtracked to St George's Rotunda which I had seen earlier but not approached. This is one of the best preserved structures from the Roman era, dating to the early 4th c AD. When Emperor Constantine by the Edict of Milan declared Christianity to be the faith of the Roman Empire, the building became a baptistery ...

Razboishte monastery of the Blessed Virgin

A travel blog entry by ognyan.stoyanov on Aug 19, 2012

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... to a small clearing. Monastery has build in XVI c., but niche where is church was used for prayers from XII c. In church still have a few preserved frescoes, but most are destroyed in beginning of 20 c., when church is painting in white.
Monastery is 23 km. from Gorech along other churches and ...

History, show tunes and a quicky

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 13, 2012

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... goeen nahwheer jos forsho. Outside in the courtyard, people are sipping coffee and Fanta and kids are playing in the dry fountain and on playground equipment next to the plastic facade of a faux fortification, compliments of Nestlé, emblazoned with a sign that reads 'Quickyland.' Later, I hike through the streets surrounding the Ladies Market, taking my last photos of Sofia: Piebald early 20th-c. buildings on chestnut- and linden-lined streets, ...

Sofia explained

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 11, 2012

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... things over. I could dispose of it my room, but then what would the maid think tomorrow morning upon discovering a pile of neatly sliced pork in my bin? Minutes pass and still no dogs. I make for the periphery of the square and after a quick glance around, furtively shake my napkins free of their contents next to a concrete planter. Tucking the greasy wad back into my pocket, I look up to icy stares from a smartly-dressed older couple I'd somehow missed, who then turn and walk briskly ...

Bulgarian male: Tribute

A travel blog entry by horsepop on Sep 04, 2011

... his gut free of the constraints (and decency) of a shirt. Gross, especially when one of those hairy guts passes nearby while you're trying to eat. That said, when shirts were donned, they were intriguing. An outstanding example was a man flaunting a shiny, skin tight, Lycra muscle shirt, emblazoned with leopard print. What made the outfit though was the equally as tight denim shorts. His confident strut to (presumably) music on his iPod topped it off. ...