Posts Tagged by Northwestern Bulgaria

CELTIC SETTLEMENTS IN N.W. BULGARIA

In addition to the recent publications of Celtic ceramic (see ‘New Material 1’ article), weapons and other metal artifacts (see ‘New Material 2’ article), and Celtic coinage of the Paeonia, Thasos, Philip II and Philip III types, as well as Bastarnae coinage of the Huşi Vorvrieşti type (see numismatic section), a number of Celtic settlements… more

Belograchik

Belograchik is a town in northwestern Bulgaria in the Vidin Province. Belogradchik, which literally means “small white town
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Boynitsa

Boynitsa is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Boynitsa municipality, which lies in the western part of Vidin Province more

Gramada

Gramada is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Gramada municipality, which lies in the central part of Vidin Province
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Kula

Kula is a town in northwestern Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of Kula municipality, part of Vidin Province
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Makresh

Makresh is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Makresh municipality, which lies in the western part of Vidin Province, close to the Bulgarian-Serbian border
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Ruzhintsi

Ruzhintsi is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Ruzhintsi municipality, which lies in the southeastern part of Vidin Province
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Legend for Baba Vida fortress

Baba Vida is a medieval fortress in Vidin in northwestern Bulgaria and the town’s primary landmark. It consists of two fundamental walls and four towers and is said to be the only entirely preserved medieval castle in the country
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Kula

Kula is a town in northwestern Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of Kula municipality, part of Vidin Province. Located just east of the Serbian-Bulgarian border, it is the third largest town in the province after Vidin and Belogradchik
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The Water Bull of the Rabisha Lake

The world famous monster Nessie from the Loch Ness in Scotland is about to get a rather tough competitor – the Water Bull from the Rabisha Lake in Northwestern Bulgaria.

Even though the Water Bull and Nessie seem to be of very different species, the Water Bull of the Rabisha Lake is set to conquer the world going in the footsteps of the Loch Ness Monster, Emil Tsankov, Mayor of the town of Belogradchik has told Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency).
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