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This wonderful seaside town is an architectural reserve, included in UNESCO's list of World Cultural Heritage.
Travel in Bulgaria to visit Nessebar - a very charming small town, situated on the Black sea coast. It is included in UNESCO’s list of World Cultural Heritage and pronounced as an architectural reserve in 1956. Nessebar is one of the oldest towns in Europe which keeps the spirit of different ages- from Antiquity, through the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The town was a Greek colony in V c. B.C. and an important harbour of the East Roman Empire in VII-VIII c. It became part of Bulgarian lands in 812 during the reign of Khan Krum. Nessebar flourished during the Second Bulgarian Empire and it was a center of Christianity with its numerous medieval churches and monasteries. Now most of the churches are museums- St. Stephan church, St. Spas church and St. Panthokrator church, which is an art gallery.
A sightseeing tour in the Old Nessebar is an unforgettable tour experience – in fact it is walking through times. With the well-preserved fortress wall from III-IV c., with churches from the early Middle Ages and those dating from X-XIV c., with typical Bulgarian XVIII-XIX c. architecture and Renaissance houses, you could feel the glorious moments of this small town’s history. A visit of Nessabar is part of many historical and cultural tours in Bulgaria.
Improvement of the infrastructure in the Valley of the Thracian rulers near Kazanlak, Bulgaria
The authorities in Bulgaria granted additional 1,5 million BGN in August 2012 for further studying and improvement of the infrastructure in the Valley of the Thracian rulers near Kazanlak, Bulgaria. »  BOOK A TOUR
The Thracian horseman god at the Roman Sostra, Troyan, Bulgaria
The archaeologists explored the sanctuary of the Thracian horseman god at the Roman town of Sostra, Troyan, Bulgaria in August 2012. »  BOOK A TOUR
A Roman tomb of 4 century A.D. was excavated in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 2012
A Roman tomb of 4 century A.D. was excavated in the South Roman necropolis of Roman town of Philip polis, Plovdiv, Bulgaria in summer of 2012. »  BOOK A TOUR
The artifacts of the Goths tribes of 4 century A.D. in Bulgaria
A clay form for making gold and silver jewelry was found in the Roman town of Nicopolis ad Istrum near Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria in 2011. The archaeologists believe the clay jewelry form was typical only for the tribes of the Goths. »  BOOK A TOUR
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