Address: Troyan, 5600, Vuzrazhdane Sqr.1
The Museum of Folk and Artistic Crafts in Troyan is the first in Bulgaria to show in detail folk art crafts such as ceramics, woodworking and metalworking, folk textiles. If you visit it personally, in addition to viewing unique collections of ceramics and other household items, you will also be able to read authentic listings from the 1920s to the Read more...
Address: 2000 Самоков, Център, ул. "Цар Борис III"
The Samokov Monastery “Pokrov Bogorodichen” was founded in 1772 by an old lady – Fata from Samokov. Then she decided to give her home to the Rila Monastery and at that place founded a monastery. Gradually, the metropolis grew, and in the middle of the 19th century, more than 100 nuns and elders lived in the monastery. . It is Read more...
Address: Veliko Tarnovo, under the hill of Tsarevets
The Bishop’s Bridge in Veliko Tarnovo was built 250 years ago. It was raised over the Yantra River in 1774. The bridge connects the two biggest attractions of Veliko Tarnovo – the fortresses of Tsarevets and Trapezitsa. The bridge is located in the Assen’s neighbourhood, near the restored Shishmanov’s bath, the churches of St. Dimitar, „The Assumption of Virgin Mary“, „St. Read more...
Address: Near the village of Letovnik
The water in the Dambala region near the village of Letovnik, Momchilgrad municipality treats incurable diseases. Its power is the strongest just before sunrise on the 5th versus 6th May. At least so believe the thousands of Bulgarians and Muslims who spend the night outdoors to meet the sun in the area and sip from miraculous water with the sunrise. Read more...
Address: 1000 Sofia Center, Sofia
The west gate of Sofia is declared a historical and cultural value of national importance. It is located between the streets George Washington, Knyaz Boris I, Pirotska and Todor Aleksandrov Blvd. It is accessible for visits after a large project for conservation, restoration, exhibition and public works. Its research began in 1974 by a team of the History Museum of Read more...
Address: 8200 Pomorie
The history of salt extraction or the white gold as it is called in ancient times because of its precious value, tells the Museum of Salt in Pomorie. It is believed that because of the salt production and trade with it the town of Pomorie or Anhialo as it was called was established. It is supposed that the spice at first Read more...
Address: near Nikopol
Like the other saints of the Alevi the dead dervish, Ali Koc Baba heals the sick who seek help from him for centuries. And his power appears most prominently on the day of St George – 6th of May. That is why both Christians and Muslims gather near the grave of Ali Koc Baba near Nikopol just on that day when Read more...
Zemen monastery was founded in the 11th century. From that period dates back the oldest preserved fresco in the monastery church – the image of St. Anna. In fact, the church is the only original building surviving the centuries since the monastery was founded several times over and over again due to the few destruction and burning of the inhabitants. Read more...
Address: Obrochishte village
The grave of the mystical Alevi spiritual leader Ak Yazala Baba in Obrochishte village is now doing miracles, and hundreds of people are convinced so and go to the sacred place for their pains. Muslims worship the saint who lived for real, while for Christians this is where St. Athanasius is doing miracles. Muslims go to the saint’s turban on Monday, Read more...
Address: Bozhentsi village
The village of Bozhentsi, an architectural reserve keenly keeps its 600-year history. To get acquainted with some of it, you just have to go down the streets in the architectural reserve. Among the most interesting houses to visit is that of the rich merchant called Doncho Popa. Not because the setting is unique, but because in the nearly 200-year-old home you Read more...
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