The Temple of Assumption
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Amazing Bulgaria / Erstaunlich Bulgarien
Bulgarians sights are very diverse, and any traveler will find for yourself something interesting.
The region of Sozopol combines interesting sights, natural beauty and pleasant climate. Here you can visit the old town of Sozopol, Bald Mountain, Castle In Love with the Wind and other interesting places.
Bulgaria - a very ancient country, and there remained a lot of ancient monuments. Here you can see mega ancient started over 4,000 years ago, as the Thracian sanctuary Beglik Tash, a Thracian city of Perperikon, the sanctuary of Starosel and many Thracian tombs. In Bulgaria there are a lot of fortresses like Veliko Tarnovo -. Tsarevets, Pliska, Veliki Preslav, Asen's fortress, etc. Even during the Ottoman rule of Bulgaria retained its Christian culture and preserved a large number of monasteries were built. The most famous and interesting of them - the Rila Monastery, Bachkovo Monastery, Troyan Monastery, Preobrajenski Monastery, Sokolski Monastery, Dryanovo Monastery, Rozhen Monastery. One of Bulgaria's most famous monuments is the monument to the liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule, which is located on Mount Shipka Balkan mountain range.
Bulgaria is also rich in a variety of natural sights. The most picturesque of them are - The Rilas lakes, Devetashkaya Cave, Cave Sueva Dupka, Krushunskie waterfalls, Hotnishky waterfall, Dokuzak waterfall, Emensky Canyon, Canyon Skoka Strandja, Reserve Mladezhko, Ropotamo, Reserve Stone mushrooms, Stone Forest Reserve and others.
It is very well preserved and the ancient Roman city as Trimontium, Nikopolis ad Istrum and others.
In Bulgaria, you can practice different sports: surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, diving, fencing swords, sailing, kite surfing and others.
For all tourists, who want to learn more about Bulgaria, we organize individual excursions in Bulgaria.
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Bulgaren Sehenswürdigkeiten sind sehr vielfältig, und jeder Reisende wird für sich selbst etwas Interessantes finden.
Die Region von Sozopol verbindet interessante Sehenswürdigkeiten, natürliche Schönheit und angenehmes Klima. Hier können Sie die Altstadt von Sozopol, Bald Mountain, Schloss in der Liebe mit dem Wind und andere interessante Orte zu besuchen.
Bulgarien - ein sehr altes Land, und es blieb eine Menge alte Denkmäler. Hier können Sie sich vor mega alten begann vor über 4000 Jahre zu sehen, wie das thrakische Heiligtum Beglik Tash, einem thrakischen Stadt Perperikon, das Heiligtum von Starosel und viele thrakische Gräber. In Bulgarien gibt es eine Menge von Festungen wie Veliko Tarnovo -. Tsarevets, Pliska, Veliki Preslav, Asen Festung usw. Auch während der osmanischen Herrschaft von Bulgarien behielt seine christlichen Kultur und aufbewahrt wurden eine große Anzahl von Klöstern gebaut. Die bekanntesten und interessantesten von ihnen - der Rila-Kloster, Batschkovo Kloster, Troyan Kloster, Preobrajenski Kloster, Sokolski Kloster, Dryanovo Kloster, Rozhen-Kloster. Einer von Bulgarien berühmtesten Sehenswürdigkeiten ist das Denkmal für die Befreiung Bulgariens von der osmanischen Herrschaft, die auf dem Berg Schipka Balkan-Gebirge befindet.
Bulgarien ist auch reich an einer Vielzahl von natürlichen Sehenswürdigkeiten. Die schönsten von ihnen sind - Die Rilas Seen, Devetashkaya Cave, Cave Sueva Dupka, Krushunskie Wasserfälle, Hotnishky Wasserfall, Dokuzak Wasserfall, Emensky Canyon, Canyon Skoka Strandja, Reserve Mladezhko, Ropotamo, Reserve Steinpilze, Steinwald Reserve und andere.
Es ist sehr gut erhalten und die alte römische Stadt als Trimontium, Nikopolis ad Istrum und andere.
Surfen, Kajak, Windsurfen, Tauchen, Fechten Schwerter, Segeln, Kitesurfen und vieles mehr: In Bulgarien können Sie verschiedene Sportarten ausüben.
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Travel Bulgaria - Touring the Assumption Cathedral of Varna
Take a tour of Varna Assumption Cathedral in Varna, Bulgaria -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
An outstanding landmark in Varna, Bulgaria is the striking Assumption Cathedral found in the cultural heart of the city.
Construction for this cathedral began in the late 19th century; the funds for which were raised primarily by citizens.
The Cathedral was originally erected as a response to the area's growing number of Eastern Orthodox Christians.
The gorgeous belfry was not built to its present form until over fifty years after the initial construction of the cathedral had ended.
Patrons and clergy of the Assumption continued to adorn the interior throughout the 20th century.
Today, Assumption stands as the embodiment of the dedication demonstrated by its loyal patrons.
Bulgarian monastery - Sokolski monastery
Sokolski Monastery is located on the Balkan mountain near the town of Gabrovo and historical-ethnographic complex Etara. Etara is also called the City of the Masters or the City of Craftsmen.
Before the appearance of the monastery in 1834, a small church was built here. During forty years, new buildings have appeared here. Thus there was the monastery of the Assumption of the Virgin.
In the twilight of the Ottoman Empire at the monastery often stayed Bulgarian partisans who fought against the Turks.
During the Russian-Turkish war, the monastery was used as hospital.
It was originally built as a mens monastery but in 1959 it was turned into a convent.
We organize individual excursions and tours in Bulgaria and in Sokolski Monastery
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Sokolski Kloster befindet sich auf dem Balkan Berg in der Nähe der Stadt Gabrovo und historisch-ethnographischen Komplex Etara. Etara wird auch die Stadt der Meister oder die Stadt der Handwerker genannt.
Vor dem Erscheinen des Klosters im Jahre 1834 wurde hier eine kleine Kirche erbaut. Seit vierzig Jahren sind hier neue Gebäude erschienen. So gab es das Kloster der Himmelfahrt der Jungfrau.
In der Dämmerung des Osmanischen Reiches im Kloster blieben oft bulgarische Partisanen, die gegen die Türken kämpften.
Während des russisch-türkischen Krieges wurde das Kloster als Krankenhaus genutzt.
Es wurde ursprünglich als ein Mens Kloster gebaut, aber im Jahr 1959 wurde es in ein Kloster verwandelt.
Wir organisieren individuelle Ausflüge und Reisen in Bulgarien im Sokolski Kloster.
Wir organisieren individuelle Reisen nach Sokolski Kloster.
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산속 깊숙한 곳에 불가리아가 자랑하는 ‘천년의 수도원’이 자리 잡고 있다. 해발 3천 미터에 이르는 릴라 산맥의 협곡에 요새처럼 건설된 릴라 수도원. 수많은 외침과 재난을 견딘 불가리아의 또 다른 상징이다. 한때 300명의 수도승이 머물던 이곳은 이제 9명의 수사가 신앙을 이어간다. 수도원 외곽을 빙 둘러 싸고 있는 이 건물은 수도승의 개인 숙사와 방문객들의 거처. 방이 모두 400개나 된다니 그 규모가 어마어마하다. 중앙에 자리 잡은 돔형식의 건물은 성모승천교회. 19세기에 복원된 프레스코화가 벽과 천장을 장식하고 있다. “이 수도원은 불가리아에서 가장 유명한 성인 요한 릴스키에 의해 건립되었습니다. (불가리아의)종교적 중심지 일뿐 아니라 교육의 중심지 역할도 했습니다. 이분이 릴라 수도원을 만든 성 요한 릴스키입니다.” 약 천 년 전 초기 수도원을 일구었던 요한 릴스키는 신앙생활에 전념하며 수많은 제자를 길러냈고 지금까지 불가리아의 정신적 지주로 추앙받고 있다. 황금으로 장식된 교회내부로 카메라를 들고 가는 것은 금지. 아쉽게도 먼발치에서 슬쩍 안을 들여다 볼 수밖에 없다. 14세기 재건된 수도원의 건물 중 가장 오래 된 것은 프레리요 탑. 부호 프레리요가 이 건물을 지어 헌납한 사실이 키릴문자로 기록되어 있다. 탑의 높이는 약 22m, 나무난간을 따라 올라 갈수록 통로는 더욱 좁아진다. 탑의 중간에 이르자 비로소 창문을 통해 멀리 릴라 산맥이 눈에 들어온다. 깊은 산속과 어우러져 경외감마저 느껴지는 릴라 수도원. 불가리아 사람들이 자랑하는 불가리아 정교회를 대표하는 상징이다.
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Deep mountains where the 'millennium monastery, Bulgaria is proud perched. The Rila Monastery built as a fortress in the Rila Mountains canyon up to 3000 meters above sea level. The number of calls and other disasters is a lasting symbol of Bulgaria. 300 monks stayed here once this is now going after the investigation nine faith. The building that surrounds the monastery outside the wraparound private dormitories and living quarters of the monks of visitors. All 400 rooms dogs doendani its scale is enormous. Building in the center of the dome caught the Assumption Church. And it decorated with frescoes walls and ceilings restored in the 19th century. This monastery was built by the most famous saint John reel skiing in Bulgaria. (Bulgaria) have also not only a religious center, the role of educational centers. Lila made this man monastery St. John the reel skiing. John reel ski about a thousand years ago had been one of the early monastery is dedicated to the life of faith, and foster a large number of disciples have pulled revered as a spiritual pillar of Bulgaria so far. Church interior decorated with gold going to ban holding the camera. Unfortunately no choice but to look into the inside peek at meonbalchi. 14th century, rebuilt tower is one of the oldest buildings of the monastery Prairie required. The fact that a sign is prairie yoga contributor constructed buildings are recorded in Cyrillic. The height of the tower about 22m, goes up along the wooden railing path becomes more narrow. Yireuja tower in the middle of the mountains through the window Reliance far finally comes to the eyes. Deep in the mountains Rila monastery, combined with felt even awe. Bulgaria is a symbol representing the Bulgarian Orthodox people proud.
■클립명: 유럽093-불가리아03-02 불가리아 정교회 본산, 릴라 수도원/Rila Monastery/Bulgarian Orthodox Church/Lodge/Room/Observatory/Tower
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Troyan monastery, Bulgaria
MONASTERY TOUR of BULGAIA
Destinations to visit with this tour: Arbanasi - Bachkovo Monastery - Boyana Church - Drianovo Monastery - Etara - Kazanlak - Melnik - Plovdiv - Preobrajenski Monastery - Rila Monastery - Rozhen Monastery - Shipka Church - Sofia - Troyan Monastery - Veliko Tarnovo
Historic Nessebar, Nessebar (Bulgaria) - Travel Guide
Take a tour of Historic Nessebar in Nessebar, Bulgaria - part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The wonders of Nessebar, in Bulgaria, quickly become apparent to anyone walking through the historical district.
In fact, this city is also frequently known as the pearl of the Black Sea for its wonder and beauty.
There are many landmarks from the city's long and rich history, such as the eleventh-century Church of John the Baptist.
Nessebar is over three thousand years old and has been ruled by the Thracians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Turks.
Each of these civilizations left some kind of mark here, whether it's a piece in a museum or a ruin in the city itself.
Rich in its past and in its beauty, Nessebar is a prime place to visit for anyone with an eye for history.
Bulgaria Trave Guide - Asen's Fortress
Take a tour of Asen's Fortress in Bulgaria -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Asen is a stone fortress that has stood strong for approximately 1000 years.
Its location, protruding out a 130 meter limestone cliff, hovering over the town of Asenovgrad provided this medieval fortress with optimum natural protection.
Its current name came from King Ivan Asen the Second's expansion and fortification of this structure in the 13th century.
Its high location provides any visitor with an unobstructed view of the surrounding mountains.
After the Ottoman take over in the 14th century, this now historic landmark was left to decay.
The most preserved aspect of the fortress is the church Saint Mary Petrichka, a cultural monument of great importance in Bulgaria.
Travel Bulgaria - Tour of Sofia's Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Take a tour of Sofia's Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Bulgaria -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
A magnanimous domed Neo-Byzantine Orthodox Cathedral stands in Sofia, Bulgaria.
St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was built in honor of Russian soldiers who lost their lives in the 1887 to 1888 Russo-Turkish War.
Constructed from 1882 to 1912, the cathedral currently occupies a vicinity of 3,170 square meters.
The cathedral's interior is abundantly decorated in fine Italian marble, alabaster, Brazilian onyx, and other valuable materials.
The central dome, reaching 45 meters in height, is a luxurious gold-plated spectacle.
The cathedral's 53 meter high bell tower houses twelve bells whose sound resonates throughout the town in joyous peals.
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Danube crossing, Oryahovo, Vratsa Province, Bulgaria, Europe
Oryahovo is a port city in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province. It is located in a hilly country on the right bank of the Danube, just east of the mouth of the river Ogosta, a few more kilometres downstream from where the Jiu flows into the Danube on Romanian territory. The town is known for the ferry service that connects it to the Romanian town of Bechet across the river. There are also plans by local private companies for a bridge across the Danube. As of December 2009, Oryahovo has a population of 5,400 inhabitants. The town's name has evolved through the course of history, with names such as Vrhov, Orezov, Oreov and Rahovo being mentioned in documents until the current one was officially established in 1886. The area around Oryahovo has been inhabited since ancient times, as archaeological research has proven with findings from the early Neolithic to the Late Middle Ages. A fortress called Kamaka is located 1 km east from Oryahovo, which existed from the 9th to the 14th century. In 1396, the city, already controlled by the Ottoman Turks, was sacked and its Ottoman civilian inhabitants killed while the prisoners massacred by French crusaders heading towards Nicopolis. The troops of Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund and Polish King Władysław III of Varna passed through the fortress during their unsuccessful crusades against the Ottoman Empire. During the Bulgarian National Revival, Oryahovo established itself as an economic and industrial centre and a key point for the supply of the Ottoman Empire with goods through the Danube. The town was mentioned as an important Danube port in a 1762 book printed in Brussels. The St George Church was opened in 1837, a secular school was built in the town in 1857 and a community centre followed in 1871. During the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78, the town was liberated on 21 November 1877 by Romanian forces after three-day fighting. A memorial by Italian sculptor Arnaldo Zocchi was erected in their honour. After the liberation, Oryahovo was known for the lively trade and rich cultural life. A provincial centre for three months, it became the centre of an okrag for 10 years (1877-1882 and 1884-1889). The architecture from the period is typically influenced by the one of Western Europe, with many such buildings being preserved today. A railway line linking Oryahovo with Cherven Bryag was constructed in 1926, a new church, the Assumption of Mary Church, opened in 1930, and a new building for the community centre was built in 1936 after a project by two Vidin architects. Some of the first industrial companies in the city, a spare parts factory and a metalworking company, were opened in 1961. Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant, a short drive west of town, is also a major employer. The ferry Oryahovo - Beckett, crossing Danube, is one of the main transport corridors from Bulgaria to Romania. This is the most direct route from Sofia to Romania, Ukraine and other countries.
THE BACHKOVO MONASTERY,BULGARIA
The Bachkovo Monastery Assumption of the Virgin is located in the southern part of the village Bachkovo, 10 kilometers south of Asenovgrad. The monastery was founded in 1083 by the Georgian Gregoriy Bakuriani, who donated the land. For a long time the monastery was Georgian. The two-story ossuary some 400 meters from the monastery was built during the monastery's earliest days.
At the end of the 12th century and the beginning of the 13th century, The Holy Archangels Church was built, for services during the winter months. It was attached to the terrace on the second floor of the west wing where the monks had their cells. It is thought that after the fall of Bulgaria to the Ottomans at the end of the 14th century, Eftimiy, Bulgaria's last patriarch, was exiled to the Bachkovo Monastery.
Construction on the new monastery began at the end of the 16th century, most likely with the eastern wing and the fortified main entrance. In 1601, the southern wing was rebuilt, where the refectory now stands, with its spacious dining area and marble table. Visitors will note that the year of the table's construction is carved on it. In 1864, a mural was painted on the northern wall of the dining hall, The Presentation of the Miraculous Icon. In 1604, The Assumption of the Virgin Cathedral was constructed, which has three naves, an apse, a narthex, and a cupola.
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Travel Guide to Sofia, Bulgaria
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Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and the biggest city in the country. The city contains a unique combination of European and Communist-style architecture and many beautiful orthodox churches. Sofia has beautiful scenery and one of the few European capitals with a ski-resort so close to it.
What to see
• Hagia Sophia Church
• St. George Rotunda
• Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
• The Largo
• Business Park Sofia
• SS. Cyril and Methodius National Library
• Ivan Vazov National Theatre
• The National Opera and Ballet
• The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
• National Historic Museum
• National Museum of Military History
• National Art Gallery
• National Palace of Culture
• Borisova Gradina
• City Garden
What to do
• Sofia Jazz Peak
• Bulgarian Salsa Festival
• St George's Day
• International Folk Festival
• International Book Fair
• Sofia International Film Festival
Bulgaria Travel Attractions - The Rila Monastery
Take a tour of Rila Monastery in Bulgaria -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
The one thousand year old Rila Monastery is one of Bulgaria's richest attractions.
Centuries of Bulgarian Orthodox religious and cultural history is housed here.
The architecture varies, since buildings were destroyed and rebuilt over the years.
The oldest structures have been standing since the 14th century.
Finely detailed frescoes in the main church date back hundreds of years.
The beautifully painted walls and ornate wooden icons depict biblical stories.
Nestled in the majestic Rila Mountains, this Monastery is a place of beauty and tradition.
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Panagyuriste Thracian gold treasure. Simeon I (893-927), as imagined in
1927 by the artist Dimiter Gyudzhenov. Tarnovo, the capital of the
Second Bulgarian Empire (11851393). Euxinograd, once a summer palace
of the Bulgarian tsars. Central Sofia with the National Assembly of
Bulgaria edifice in the middle. Bulgarian MiG-29. The Seven Rila Lakes.
The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast at Sinemorets. Mall of Sofia with the
only IMAX cinema in the Balkans. Tourism has always been a big industry
in the country, and still booming: one of the 130 hotels in Slanchev
Bryag, one of the most popular resorts in Eastern Europe. Bulgaria's
national railroad operator is currently modernizing its fleet. The Rila
Monastery is one of Bulgaria's most important cultural and historical
monuments. The Roman theatre in Plovdiv. Stoyan Bachvarov Dramatic
Theatre. The Vasil Levski National Stadium. The Alexander Nevsky
Cathedral in Sofia is one of the biggest Orthodox cathedrals in Europe.
Church of Christ Pantocrator, Nesebar. View of the Pirin National park.
monasterio de troyan
A la altura de Lovech giramos hacia Troyan para ver el tercer monasterio más importante del país.
El Monasterio de Troyan estaba abierto pero la iglesia la cerraban a las 16 horas por lo que tuvimos que conformarnos con verla por fuera, aunque sus arcadas llenas de pinturas no tenían desperdicio. Los niños disfrutaron con la nieve que envolvía el monasterio mientras nosotros contemplábamos nuestro primer escenario monacal búlgaro, es decir, estancias de los monjes que rodeaban un patio interior donde se levantaba una iglesia ortodoxa. Como no había nadie hicimos fotos y video a placer, pero siempre disimulando un poco, parece que hagamos algo ilegal por plasmar en imágenes los recuerdos que borra el paso del tiempo.
Habíamos llegado a las 18:10 y marchamos a las 18:35, llegando a Veliko Tarnovo a las 20:05.