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Bulgaria has 9 UNESCO sites: Thracian tombs, monasteries and breathtaking sceneries.
Rila Monastery »
It is probably the most famous UNESCO site in Bulgaria. Founded in IX century by the hermit St. Ioan of Rila, situated in the highest mountain on Balkan Peninsula, the monastery will impress you with its unique architecture,murals and icon collection.
Rock Hewn Churches of Ivanovo »
This unique UNESCO monument dated back by XI-XIV century. It consists of about 20 churches, chapels and cells. Its exceptional location and medieval frescoes famed it all over the world.
Madara Horseman »
Situated on a rock, at 23m high, Madara Horseman monument represents the victory of Bulgarian state upon the East Roman Empire. It is dated in VIII century and it is an example of Bulgarian early medieval art.
Thracian tomb of Sveshtari »
This one of a kind tomb is unique with carved figures of 10 caryatids(half-woman,half-plant). It dates from IIIc. B.C. and it's an UNESCO monument.
Boyana Church »
Boyana church is one of the world popular cultural sites in Bulgaria. It is situated in the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia, in the foot of Vitosha Mountain. With its unique medieval and well-preserved murals, Boyana Church is in UNESCO's list.
Thracian Tomb in Kazanlak »
Included in UNESCO's list of World Cultural Heritage, Kazanlak Thracian Tomb will impress you with its unique frescoes from IV B.C.
Nessebar »
This wonderful seaside town is an architectural reserve, included in UNESCO's list of World Cultural Heritage.
Pirin National Park »
Pirin is the third highest mountain on Balkan Peninsula. It is a great nature sight included in UNESCO's list.Enjoy the beautiful sceneries in Pirin National Park and feel the energy of the mountain.
Srebarna Nature Reserve »
Srebarna is a nature reserve situated in northeast Bulgaria. It is near the city of Silistra and it lies on the bird migration route between Europe and Africa. The reserve consists of a lake named Srebarna and its surroundings.
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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