Monday, December 17, 2018


Everything there is to know about the land, topography, buildings, parks and trails in Bulgaria.

Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is the second-largest church on the Balkan Peninsula after the Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in the centre of Sofia, Bulgaria.

Vidin Picture Gallery

A collection of pictures from around Vidin, mostly buildings, monuments, churches.


Atolovo is a village in southeastern Bulgaria, established in 1926 as a home for Bulgarian refugees from Greek Macedonia and Eastern Thrace.

Mausoleum of Georgi Dimitrov

The Georgi Dimitrov mausoleum stood as a prominent memorial in Battenberg Square across from the royal palace from 1949 until 1999.

Shopping Mall Mania

With about 35 operating and over 50 more in various stages of development, the shopping mall is now a fixture in Bulgarian life.

Peter and Paul Monastery

The Saints Peter and Paul Monastery is one of 14 monasteries established around Veliko Tarnovo during the era of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom.

Bulgarian Wildflowers

For mental warmth during cold winter months, wildflowers in a field outside Pernik.

Then and Now: Sofia Airport

The first passenger terminal at Sofia Airport opened in 1939 with an expected future capacity of 600,000 annual travelers.

In the Know (March 2009)

Bulgarian leaders announced the symbolic start of building works on a new subway/metro extension connecting Mladost to the Sofia Airport. The three year plan includes construction of a large car park at the Tsarigrasdsko Shose.

Saeva Dupka Cave

Saeva Dupka Cave is a naturally occurring limestone karst cave with many interesting geologic features including stalactites, stalagmites, columns, ribbon and accordion formations. It is one of the most beautiful in Bulgaria