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text 2019-07-17 07:06
5 UNESCO sights in Bulgaria You Must Visit

 

 

If you have ever felt interested in Bulgaria, perhaps you have found out about its sun-soaked beaches, which teems with tourists in the summer, or many of the verdant mountainous resorts that winter enthusiasts love to visit in the winter. However, there is much more to Bulgaria than that. It is a country steeped in history, and many sites all around the place prove it. From the ancient Greeks to the Romans, Thracian tribes and more, the territory of Bulgaria is full of sites that tell epic tales of past ages

Needless to say, when it comes to preserving historical sights of cultural significance, UNESCO plays a key role. There are quite a few fascinating sites in Bulgaria, which have special status. If you are one of the many who wish to explore UNESCO sites around the world, you will find quite a few of them in Bulgaria. Following are some of the most major ones. 

1. Ancient City of Nessebar 

If you are by the sea in the summer, don’t forget to visit the town of Nessebar. Located near one of the major cities on the coastline – Burgas – the town of Nessebar is mostly popular for the old city area. One could find ancient sites on its ground, as well as architecture from the Revival period. The town itself is located on a small peninsula, reached via a narrow stretch of land. Established some 3200 years ago, the old town is full of historical remnants – it has fortress walls, many temples and even Byzantine baths. With over 100 renovated Revival houses, some of which now house museums, the visitor can have quite the trip here. 

2. Srebarna Lake National Reserve

The Srebarna Lake Reserve is a true UNESCO gem. Located by the Danube, close to the town of Silistra, this reserve is home to many birds that are near extinction. Many of them nest here while travelling to the south. The area covers 600 hectares, almost 2 kilometres from the Danube river. White geese, herons, ducks, pelicans and many more bird species inhabit the land and make for lovely birdwatching tours.  

3. Pirin National Park

UNESCO’s nature recognition is evident with the addition of Pirin National Park. Located in the southwest part of Bulgaria, it is a picturesque area with lakes, mountainscapes and coniferous forests. With two reserves, more than 200 animal and 1300 plant species, the biodiversity here is spectacular. Srebarna is also home to the oldest tree in Bulgaria – a fir tree over 1300 years of age, located over the town of Bansko. 

4. Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari

This tomb from Thracian times is on the list of UNESCO as well. It is close to Isperih, a northeast town and makes part of the Sboryanovo archaeological and historical reserve. It is a magnificent tomb, with decorations fitting of the Thracian chief buried there. Visitors here are encouraged to also check out another tomb close by – the Demir Baba Teke. 

5. Rila Monastery

Undoubtedly one of the top sites to visit in the country. Located in the Rila mountain, the monastery had stood since the 10th century, when it was established. Ever since this building has been a stronghold for Bulgarian culture and enlightenment. It is a big monastery complex, spanning an area of 8800 sq. metres. There is a monastery museum, revealing the story of the building. 

As you can see, there are many interesting UNESCO sites in Bulgaria worth visiting. Make sure to drop by one of them on your next trip to the country. 

© Excel Property Bulgaria

 

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text 2019-05-06 06:34
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text 2019-02-22 16:34
Amazing Facts About Bulgaria That Will Make You Want To Visit Here


 

Bulgaria is getting on more and more bucket lists, and it is not difficult to see why: it has spectacular mountains, beautiful golden-sand beaches, hospitable atmosphere and delicious cuisine. What is not to love about it?

 

As a small country of its calibre, it has plenty to offer to the visitor all throughout the year. Small it may be, but it is just full of history and interesting places that you will love. To spark your curiosity, you should read the following interesting facts about Bulgaria:

  • Yes is no, and no is yes – perhaps one of the very first things that will strike you as odd here is that head gestures don’t quite work the same way you are used to seeing them. Rather, they work, but the opposite way. People here will nod their head to convey a negative response, and they will shake their head as a sign of affirmation. This may be quite confusing at first, but you will get to distinguish this local trait quite fast.
  • Bulgaria is a major producer of rose oil – by ‘major’ think about 70% of the world’s rose oil, which originates from this small country. This product is essential in the cosmetic industry, where it enters shampoos, soaps, perfumes and a whole lot of other such products. Visitors here can get a taste of what it is like to collect the precious plants used in the making of the product by visiting Kazanlak and its major rose festival.
  • Hike the highest peak on the Balkans – Bulgaria is home to Rila mountain, which is the location of the highest peak on the Balkan peninsula. Musala peak stands tall at 2925m., though you should not let that scare you. There is a hiking trail to the peak, which is only moderate in difficulty and provides for an exciting experience to all who like such outdoors activity. While you are here, make sure to make a trip to the 7 Rila lakes, which is by far the most visited natural spot of the country.
  • The home of the Cyrillic alphabet – it is the Cyrillic alphabet that everyone in the country uses to read and write. In case you didn’t know, Bulgaria is where the alphabet originated from, thanks to Saints Methodius and Cyril. These two Christian missionaries used the alphabet to help people improve their literacy in the 9th century.
  • There is quite a strong national alcoholic drink here – Rakia is a traditional drink that you can find everywhere in the country. It is quite strong, starting from around 40‰ alcoholic content minimum. It is made from fermented fruit, typically grapes, peaches, pears, plums or a mix of them. A lot of Bulgarians make their own homemade rakia, which they like to drink at the start of their meal.
  • The celebration of spring in March – March is all about celebrating spring in Bulgaria. That is where celebrations in the name of Baba Marta (Grandmother March) take place. People exchange martenitsas – small tassels made of red and white yarn. These are interesting adornments, which are either pinned on the attire or go as bracelets around the wrist. It is said that you should only take off your martenitsa after you see a tree in bloom or a stork – both being signs that spring has come to the country.

Now that you know all of these interesting facts about Bulgaria, you should visit and discover the magic of Bulgaria.

 

If you are interested in more facts about Bulgaria, find them at Excel Property Bulgaria.

 

© Excel Property Bulgaria

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text 2019-01-04 05:07
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review 2017-05-19 17:56
The violinist from Bulgaria
The Shadow Land - Elizabeth Kostova

Because I loved The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova, it really wasn't a difficult decision to pick up her newest novel, The Shadow Land. This book takes place in Bulgaria which is a land I am not at all familiar with beyond Viktor Krum and his Quidditch teammates. (I hope you know what that references because if you don't...let me know so I can review them for you.) You couldn't get further from witches and wizards with this book. The main character, Alexandra, is an American who travels to Bulgaria with emotional baggage (which I honestly could have cared less about) and an intent to teach English. Instead she stumbles into a mystery and a lot of dramatic intrigue. The cast of characters includes but is not limited to a wily taxi driver, an elderly artist, a menacing statesmen with flowing locks, and an intelligent street dog. I was expecting a lot from this novel and I have to admit that I came away disappointed. The characters weren't nearly as compelling or detailed as those in The Historian. **Possible spoilers ahead** The entire backstory of the main character turned out to be pointless. I had thought that there would be some kind of twist at the end but that did not turn out to be the case. For the most part, it was pretty predictable. **No spoilers beyond this point** Kostova still remains impressive when it comes to describing setting and events but as mentioned above the characters felt flat and one-dimensional. However, if you're a fan of historical fiction that is chock full of detailed descriptions then you're probably going to be a fan of Kostova's writing and if you're particularly interested in Bulgaria then you couldn't go amiss with this one. For me, I'm sorry to say, it's a 5/10.

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