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Pleven, Lukovit
Veliko Tarnovo, Arbanasi, Gorna Oryahovitsa
Vidin, Kozloduj, Kula
Shumen, Novi Pazar, Pliska, Veliki Preslav, Madara
Svishtov, Nature Park Persina
The Monastery's around the Veliko Tarnovo
Silistra, Tutrakan, Sreburna
The Nature Park "Rusenski Lom", The Rock Monastery's

Vidin features rich and interesting story as well Lovely Nature. It encompasses the north-west Bulgaria. Vidin is an administrative center and a seaport of Danube. They testify in the town for the rich past The numerous cultural and tectonic monuments. The garden whish is near the river Danube and the built time off bases in the surrounds make lovely opportunities for rest hunt flies among the nature, fishing, picnics and hunting.

The castle Baba Vida (Grandmother Vida) is the largest historic landmark of Vidin. The construction was started at the end of X century on an old Roman tower and was completed in XIV century, when Tsar Ivan Sratsimir. Defend the city during the Middle Ages and is the best-preserved medieval fortress in Bulgaria. There are actual area of 5 acres, surrounded by 2 walls, built with vaulted rooms. There is a museum exhibition and a theatrical stage were played dramatic performances.

The Mosque of Osman Pazvantoflu - Osman Pazvantoglu is a seigneur in Vidin in the end of XVIII and the beginning of XIX century, which recognized the power of the Sultan. According to the inscription over the entrance, the mosque was built in memory of his father, who was killed on the orders of the Sultan. The mosque was massive, with oriental architecture. Prayer Hall is a spacious, high ceiling is carved jack balcony for women is not an individual. The building is a stone of the library, the books are extremely valuable content in Turkish and French. Here is the grave of Pazvantoglu - marble sarcophagus decorated with Arabesque.

Kozloduy is located 7 km from the confluence of the Danube in Ogosta. Opposite the town is the second largest Bulgarian island. The city has great economic importance. There are traces of a Thracian settlement in the first millennium BC, and later in those places along the Danube, passing the big Roman road. The first data on Kozloduy are XVI c. Detachment of Hristo Botev landed here with the ship "Radetzky" on May 17, 1876.

National Museum Steamship "Radetzki" collect and disseminate historical information and documents related Botev, landing on its Kozloduy Beach, heroic exploits and restoration of the legendary ship. The ship offers cabins with the option of camping out. Sailing with the ship takes place from early April until mid-November at the appropriate time.

Kula - at the end of III century Roman rule in Dacia (modern Romania) was rejected. Established Coastal Dacia is a province, at strategic locations were built new fortresses. One of them is Castra Martis (Mars Fortress) knocking the pass Vrashka chuka, guarded the important Roman road from Bononia (Vidin) for Singidunum (Belgrade). Was destroyed by the Avars in 586-587, the recovered and used during the XIII-XIV century. Gave the name of the city center which is located today, next is a museum collection.






 
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