Nebet Tepe is one of the hills of Plovdiv where the ancient town was founded. The earliest settlements on Nebet Tepe are dated back to 4000 BC. The site was first settled by Thracians, later expanded by Philip II of Macedon and the Roman empire. As the town expanded, Nebet Tepe became the citadel of the town’s acropolis. There are remains of […]
Wandering around Sofia
The Largo is an architectural ensemble of three Socialist Classicism edifices in central Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, designed and built in the 1950s with the intention to become the city’s new representative centre. Today it is regarded as one of the prime examples of Socialist Classicism architecture in Southeastern Europe, as well as one of the main landmarks of Sofia.
Irakli (“Heracles“) is a beach situated in the middle part of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast south of Obzor.
Magnificent discharge, specially dedicated to Kremena 😉
The Charles Bridge (Czech: Karlův most [karˈluːf ˈmost] ) is an historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The bridge replaced the old Judith Bridge built 1158–1172 that had been badly […]
Happy new year!
Only the small fairies are missing.
You can just sit in one place and if you are patient enough, you can see amazing things.
Those photos are taken from a moving train in the middle of nowhere in central Bulgaria.