Nessebar Town

The town of Nessebar is located in the southeastern part of Bulgaria on the Black Sea coast. Its population is about 14,000 people. It originated more than 3000 years ago. The town was most developed under the reign of Tsar Ivan Alexander (1331 - 1371). Many churches were built, cultural and spiritual activities took place then. The biggest landmark is "The Old Town", which was declared an architectural and historic reserve in 1956. The Old Town is located on a small peninsula connected to the mainland by a narrow stretch of land. This is one of the favorite places for tourists. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev

Panagyurishte Town

The town of Panagyurishte is located in central Bulgaria, Sredna Gora, at an altitude of 540 meters. The population of the town is about 17,500 people. There are many Thracian mounds in the surroundings. The Panagyurishte treasure dating back from IV-III century BC was discovered in the Merul area. The treasure was found by the Deykovs brothers - Pavel, Petko and Mihail. In the nineteenth century crafts such as livestock trading, homespun tailoring, making of articles from animal fur, leather processing, shoemaking and goldsmithing developed in the town. Panagyurishte is one of the revolutionary centers of Bulgaria. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev
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