Museum Towns

Arbanasi

Austere houses that resemble minor fortresses on the outside. with high, solid walls and heavy gates, iron, rids and secret…
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Bansko

The newest Bulgarian winer resort, recently discovered by the foreign tourists, Bansko provides an interesting combination between the virgin nature…
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Etura

Eight km from the center of Gabrovo, master craftsmen fashion beautiful gold, silver, copper, leather and wooden articles right before…
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Koprivshtitsa

One of the most charming small Bulgarian towns, still preserving the atmosphere of the National Re- vival period, is huddled…
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Kotel

Kotel is a town which is a legend and a history! It is situated amidst the picturesque natural scenery of…
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Melnik

Melnik (pop. 800) is the smallest Bulgarian town, picturesquely situated amidst a fantastic scenery - strangely shaped pyramids of sand…
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Nessebur

It is located on a small peninsula in the Black Sea wich is linked with the land only by a…
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Old Plovdiv

During the 19th century Bulgarian master builders erected the National Revival city of Plovdiv (the Old Town) with steep cobbled…
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Shiroka luka

SHIROKA LUKA - a village in the valley of Shirokolushka River, 20 km north-west of Smolyan; architectural and ethnographical reserve.…
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Sozopol

Apolonia - this is how it was called in 610 B.C. by its founders - Greek settlers from Miletus, who…
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