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Second Bulgarian Empire

We will definitely come back here! During the 2010 winter ski tour buy in Bulgaria through Plovdiv and again poputeshestvuem to note the location, but on the bus comfortable conditions. Day 2 of Plovdiv in Hissar. Since the Roman Empire, Hisar attracts tourists for its curative baths. Next we go to the north of Plovdiv and the rise in the Bulgarian mountains. Recreation is planned in Bulgaria 3 * hotel with pool. Day 2: From Hissar in Kazanlak. Kazanlak famous throughout the Balkan region as a supplier of raw materials rose oils and colognes. In aromatherapy treatment in Bulgaria is often used aromatic oils and An annual Tournament of Roses Parade, and during our tour of the valley to bloom.

Day 4 of Kazanlak in Tryavna of Shipka. Going up the mountain Stara Planina, through the town of Shipka and the Orthodox Church in memory of the battle with the Turks in 1877-78. As just come down from the pass, go to the open air museum in Etura – a collection of original buildings century. Distance: 70 km Day 5: Day off. Woodcarving workshop and a museum of icons to please us and Herbal will be plenty of opportunity to wander through the historic village with houses of the 19th century.

Day 6: We're going to Veliko Tarnovo – one of the oldest cities. Near the town of Dryanovo can stop and visit the monastery. Rebuilt several times over the centuries, the monastery is still inhabited by monks. Old town of Veliko Tarnovo has many beautiful buildings and monasteries in Bulgaria. Day 7: Arbanasi in a monastery. City Veliko Tarnovo was the spiritual center during the Second Bulgarian Empire and remains a center of the monasteries in Bulgaria. Day 8: Cycle of Veliko Tarnovo in Byala Our journey takes us from the routine today and of tourists in Veliko Tarnovo. Take your time and enjoy the countryside, as we in the north basin of the Danube River. Distance: 65 km (40 miles). Distance: 65 km (40 miles). Day 9: Bike Biala in Russia, UNESCO has recognized the rock-carved monasteries around Ivanov, as some of the most important historical monuments in Bulgaria. We pedal down the river after Ruse Ivanovo and take time to visit the monasteries in his path. Our destination today Russia, the most important port in Bulgaria on the Danube River. Eng busy pedestrian in the center of such a plan for a walk after dinner together that evening. Day 10: Cycle of Russia in the mountains Isperih We are now in an easterly direction through the Bulgarian lowlands, which grow huge fields of sunflower. Let us in the evening after learning Isperih Thracian tomb near the village of Sveshtari the same name. Built in the early 3rd century BC in the tomb was discovered only in 1982. Then the path leads to Varna. Varna was a Greek port in ancient times, and it remained the largest Roman ruins anywhere in Bulgaria. In Varna celebrate the end of the trip at dinner with Bulgarian wine and the next day we go on tour. Part of Group takes hotel on the beach and stay for a few days to swim at the beach, some flies home.

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Barcelona

Appeared comfortable handles, and doors began to open and close automatically. The penultimate generation of German trams – urbanized city plodder of steel, aluminum and plastic. The only concept that took into account the design engineers of the tram – it saves and a maximum capacity of wagons. Alas, construction of these cars had to be right on time when gasoline was cheap, and installation of new ways – on the contrary, terribly expensive. But the latest generation of trams, presented in all its glory on the streets of Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne and many other cities in Germany – is another matter. This high-tech, comfortable cars, completely safe and quiet.

SPAIN history of tram traffic in Spain is not much different from counterparts in other European countries. In Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Toledo and trams appeared in the last century. Naturally, they were competing. And after half a century after the fall of the Franco regime, the trams were replaced by more cost-effective at the time buses. And now, after nearly 40 years after abolition, the streets of Madrid has come up sparkling tram. Externally it is a miracle of modern tramvaestroeniya resembles a ship cutting edge – sleek lines, large windows, and inside – complete electronic 'stuffing'. Success of the first tramway line in Madrid was truly deafening. The city authorities have invested in new vehicles as much as 180 million euros, but after a year decided to extend the operation of the project.

The city became noticeably freer of chadyaschimi buses, and traffic on the roads has declined significantly. In addition, the Madrid subway, congested at peak times, over many years could catch his breath. Followed the example of Madrid and other Spanish cities: Metro soon appeared, and in the industrial capital of the north, Bilbao. 'Light Train', so called Spanish tram transports up to 180 passengers, without any bustle and hustle. Practical Spanish produce on the line triple compounds, which greatly increases their profitability. SWITZERLAND The Swiss were, as always ahead of the rest. Namely, after almost half a century, the line went international … tram. Yes, yes, you heard right, this tram carries passengers from the Swiss resort town of Basel to France. Earlier this route collects passengers in Germany. In Zurich, the financial capital of the country, tram at all is the dominant mode of transport: 63% of passenger traffic within the city is carried by tram. Near Zurich and Geneva falls short. In this town on the shores of the lake daily tram carries up to 30% of passengers. Swiss authorities are concerned about gas pollution of cities, people's interest in stimulating the use of environmentally impeccable transportation. Special monthly tickets entitle Free for a transplant, and student and tourist tickets include a significant discount. The vast majority of Swiss cantons refused to subway construction in their cities, believing that Tram safer and quieter, and infrastructure for the tram lines – much cheaper. Source: Case – immigration and education abroad

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North Cyprus – The Time To Invest !

North Cyprus – the time to invest! Undeservedly forgotten island, or rather part of it for more than 36 years of age, more often appears in the international news media, is the "apple of discord" in the discussion of many policy decisions. Only the British, realizing all the charm of this country, started buying up cheap real estate in Northern Cyprus during the last decades, for obvious reasons: the pristine miles of land, beautiful beaches, cleanest environment, the almost total absence of crime, inexpensive real estate. Then began the first "boom" of construction in the north of Cyprus. Absence and failure to recognize a country such as North Cyprus, perhaps, gives us the opportunity to see this part of the island the way it is preserved today. Slowly, information about the country as the glorious corner of the world with low property prices, despite the thoroughness of some politicians conceal its existence, disperse, and people from all over the world started buying real estate here. But after a British family lost the case Orams in the European Court, the whole European market average, and only residents countries outside the EU, continued to buy here wary real estate, usually only on the Turkish titles. It did not last long – March 5, 2010 European Court of Human Rights passed a law on "Commission on Real property "in Cyprus, which is responsible to consider land claims on both sides, to decide disputed property issues at the state commission and decide the necessary amount Compensation (More) Thus, the EU and Northern Cyprus government fully guarantees the security of buying a property in Northern Cyprus. . If you would like to know more about FindShadow founder, then click here.

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