Albums 37 - 48 out of 122
Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria
The mountain is named after Perun, the highest god of the Slavic pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning
11 photos
Melnik, Bulgaria Melnik, Bulgaria
Wine country in Southwestern Bulgaria near Greek border. Quaint little town is surrounded by white pyramid mountains
59 photos
Buzludzha, Bulgaria Buzludzha, Bulgaria
Built by the Bulgarian communist regime to commemorate the events in 1891 when the socialists led by Dimitar Blagoev assembled secretly in the area to form an organised socialist movement. It was opened in 1981. No longer maintained by the Bulgarian government, it has been abandoned and looted
16 photos
Shipka Pass, Bulgaria Shipka Pass, Bulgaria
The Shipka Memorial is on Stoletov Peak near the pass, reached by a flight of steps or a short road. It is a memorial to those who died for the Liberation of Bulgaria during the Battles of Shipka Pass in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78
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Stara Zagora, Bulgaria Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Our friends Neda & Jeff hosted us in their hometown. Their home cooking, warm hospitality and fun company took us around this 8,000 year-old town.... inhabited by the Thracians, ancient Greeks, Romans, Ottomans and Bulgarians
32 photos
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Tsarevets Fortress Ruins (1185 to 1393) during the 2nd Bulgarian Empire, Arbanasi traditional 18th century home, Sveta Bogoroditza Monastery, Fabulous pottery
46 photos
Black Sea, Romania Black Sea, Romania
Vama Veche, Stufstock Rock Festival 10, Mussel Farm Restaurant
41 photos
Transfagarasan Highway & Dracul's Castle Transfagarasan Highway & Dracul's Castle
Winding Highway through the Carpathian Mountains, Top Gear's Best Road in the World, Dracul's Real Castle
31 photos
Inside the Saxon Triangle Inside the Saxon Triangle
Colorful Saxon Villages, Transylvania Countryside between Brasov, Sighisoara & Sibiu, Animal roadblocks,
49 photos
Brasov, Transylvania, Romania Brasov, Transylvania, Romania
20 photos
Sibiu, Romania Sibiu, Romania
Transylvania Saxon City, Houses with eyes, water fountain dancing, craftsmen guilds
20 photos
Sighisoara, Romania Sighisoara, Romania
During the 12th century, German craftsmen and merchants known as the Transylvanian Saxons were invited to Transylvania by the King of Hungary to settle and defend the frontier of his realm
25 photos
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