Let me know your Mother Tongue. Local tourist attraction. 46 Primary School – Sofia ,Bulgaria. 2013. Sofia. Cathedral " St. Alexander Nevski" cathedral is a church in Sofia, e cathedral of the Bulgarian Patriarch. This from the capital of Bulgaraia “Sofia”. National theater
Local tourist attraction
46 Primary School – Sofia ,Bulgaria
Cathedral " St. Alexander Nevski" cathedral is a church in Sofia, e cathedral of the Bulgarian Patriarch .
The National Theatre "Ivan Vazov" is the oldest theater in Bulgaria after the Liberation, he is the successor of the Sofia dramatic group "Tears and Laughter", which since 1904 is called the Bulgarian National Theatre
Tsarevets is located near the center of Veliko Tarnovo. It was the main Bulgarian fortress during the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185-1393), when Tarnovo was the capital of the kingdom. In the Middle Ages, the hill on which it is situated, is entirely built with residential and commercial buildings.
Bansko is situated in the foothills of Northern Pirin 927 meters altitude. Remote is 56 km from Blagoevgrad, 145 km from Plovdiv and 150 km from Sofia. Near the city began Pirine National Park. In Bansko
Glazne river flows. The climate is mountainous and allows snow cover from December to April, and the alpine character of the Pirin mountain provides excellent conditions for professional and amateur skiers
Nessebar is a city located in southeastern Bulgaria. It is located in Nessebar, Bourgas district, adjacent to the north with the largest Bulgarian seaside resort Sunny Beach. The city is the administrative center of the municipality of Nessebar is one of the oldest cities in Europe, originated more than 3,200 years
Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria with a population of 338,153 people, accounting for 4.6% of the total of the country. Plovdiv is the administrative center of Plovdiv, Municipality Plovdiv, Maritsa Municipality and Municipality Rodopi.
Located in the western part of the Bulgarian part of Thrace, on both banks of the Maritsa River. Situated 15 km north of the Rhodopes, 50 km south of the Balkan Mountains.
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