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Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose

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Holidays Bulgaria – Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose…

There is something in Kazanlak, which is not only the beautiful nature and the fascinating women. There is something which is in the air, something which is soaked in the soil… Something that explains the specific atmosphere and flavour Kazanlak has. Atmosphere of a place where time stands still but life doesn’t; where one can feel peaceful, calm and safe. And the flavour of the rose, the unique rose.

The Valley of Roses and the Valley of the Thr

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Jugoslavia

The Jugoslavs form a national unit and are
ethnologically part of the Slavonic race. Jugoslav literature begins with
translations of the Bible by Cyril and Methodius, the “Slavonic Apostles,”
about the middle of the Ninth Century. During the first period of the nation’s
literary history, from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century, several
biographies and chronicles were produced.

Toward the end of the Fourteenth Century
and until the beginning of the Nineteenth Century the Jugoslavs fell under the
domination of the Turks, who practically arrested national life. There were,
however, those who, despite this catastrophe, tried to carry on the traditions
of their literature.

The deliverance from Turkish rule brought
with it a gradual revival. At first, however, little was written in the
Jugoslav languages (Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian), because the printing
presses throughout the country had been destroyed by the Turks. The books
imported from Russia were pr

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Towards Turkish Republic

First steps towards the Republic

When we take a tour at the history section it is possible to name many civilizations such as Assyrians, Hittites, Cimmerians, Phrygians, Romans, Danisments, Etratna, Seljuks, llkhanids and Ottomans that though did not settle and remain for many years but lodged in Sivas.

Sivas is one of rare provinces in Turkey that still significantly conserves this cultural and historical heritage bestowed by its past. The facts that Sivas is one of the regions witnessing the Sivas Congress realized by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on 4 September 1919 and then the foundation of Republic, increase

A beautiful example of Ottoman mosques built in the 19th

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Spitzbergen Experience Cruise

The ‘Spitzbergen Experience’ cruise leads into the realm of polar bears.

On the MS Fram, passengers can explore the west coast of the largest island in the Svalbard Archipelago in detail. Starting out from the island capital of Longyearbyen, the MS Fram first sets a course for the ‘Sorkapp’ (southern cape) of Spitzbergen. The nine-day expeditionary voyage then leads north along the west coast to the north of the island at a latitude of 80° north. The focus of the cruise entitled ‘Disko Bay Expedition’, meanwhile, is on the breathtakingly beautiful polar worlds, and encounters with the Inuit and their culture. The MS Fram starts off on its nine-day tour from Kangerlussuaq, moving north along the west coast of Greenland until it reaches Disko Bay, where gig antic glaciers and overwhelming ice landscapes mesmerise passengers. In addition to these fascinating natural experiences, high

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Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose

kazanlak, kazanlak lavender field, holidays to bulgaria, bulgaria holidays to, to holidays bulgaria, lavender garden, lavender kazanlak, kazanlak lavender garden, private tour kazanlak

Holidays Bulgaria – Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose…

There is something in Kazanlak, which is not only the beautiful nature and the fascinating women. There is something which is in the air, something which is soaked in the soil… Something that explains the specific atmosphere and flavour Kazanlak has. Atmosphere of a place where time stands still but life doesn’t; where one can feel peaceful, calm and safe. And the flavour of the rose, the unique rose.

The Valley of Roses and the Valley of the Thr

Read More

Jugoslavia

The Jugoslavs form a national unit and are
ethnologically part of the Slavonic race. Jugoslav literature begins with
translations of the Bible by Cyril and Methodius, the “Slavonic Apostles,”
about the middle of the Ninth Century. During the first period of the nation’s
literary history, from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century, several
biographies and chronicles were produced.

Toward the end of the Fourteenth Century
and until the beginning of the Nineteenth Century the Jugoslavs fell under the
domination of the Turks, who practically arrested national life. There were,
however, those who, despite this catastrophe, tried to carry on the traditions
of their literature.

The deliverance from Turkish rule brought
with it a gradual revival. At first, however, little was written in the
Jugoslav languages (Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian), because the printing
presses throughout the country had been destroyed by the Turks. The books
imported from Russia were pr

Read More

Towards Turkish Republic

First steps towards the Republic

When we take a tour at the history section it is possible to name many civilizations such as Assyrians, Hittites, Cimmerians, Phrygians, Romans, Danisments, Etratna, Seljuks, llkhanids and Ottomans that though did not settle and remain for many years but lodged in Sivas.

Sivas is one of rare provinces in Turkey that still significantly conserves this cultural and historical heritage bestowed by its past. The facts that Sivas is one of the regions witnessing the Sivas Congress realized by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on 4 September 1919 and then the foundation of Republic, increase

A beautiful example of Ottoman mosques built in the 19th

Read More

Spitzbergen Experience Cruise

The ‘Spitzbergen Experience’ cruise leads into the realm of polar bears.

On the MS Fram, passengers can explore the west coast of the largest island in the Svalbard Archipelago in detail. Starting out from the island capital of Longyearbyen, the MS Fram first sets a course for the ‘Sorkapp’ (southern cape) of Spitzbergen. The nine-day expeditionary voyage then leads north along the west coast to the north of the island at a latitude of 80° north. The focus of the cruise entitled ‘Disko Bay Expedition’, meanwhile, is on the breathtakingly beautiful polar worlds, and encounters with the Inuit and their culture. The MS Fram starts off on its nine-day tour from Kangerlussuaq, moving north along the west coast of Greenland until it reaches Disko Bay, where gig antic glaciers and overwhelming ice landscapes mesmerise passengers. In addition to these fascinating natural experiences, high

Read More

Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose

kazanlak, kazanlak lavender field, holidays to bulgaria, bulgaria holidays to, to holidays bulgaria, lavender garden, lavender kazanlak, kazanlak lavender garden, private tour kazanlak

Holidays Bulgaria – Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose…

There is something in Kazanlak, which is not only the beautiful nature and the fascinating women. There is something which is in the air, something which is soaked in the soil… Something that explains the specific atmosphere and flavour Kazanlak has. Atmosphere of a place where time stands still but life doesn’t; where one can feel peaceful, calm and safe. And the flavour of the rose, the unique rose.

The Valley of Roses and the Valley of the Thr

Read More

Jugoslavia

The Jugoslavs form a national unit and are
ethnologically part of the Slavonic race. Jugoslav literature begins with
translations of the Bible by Cyril and Methodius, the “Slavonic Apostles,”
about the middle of the Ninth Century. During the first period of the nation’s
literary history, from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century, several
biographies and chronicles were produced.

Toward the end of the Fourteenth Century
and until the beginning of the Nineteenth Century the Jugoslavs fell under the
domination of the Turks, who practically arrested national life. There were,
however, those who, despite this catastrophe, tried to carry on the traditions
of their literature.

The deliverance from Turkish rule brought
with it a gradual revival. At first, however, little was written in the
Jugoslav languages (Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian), because the printing
presses throughout the country had been destroyed by the Turks. The books
imported from Russia were pr

Read More

Towards Turkish Republic

First steps towards the Republic

When we take a tour at the history section it is possible to name many civilizations such as Assyrians, Hittites, Cimmerians, Phrygians, Romans, Danisments, Etratna, Seljuks, llkhanids and Ottomans that though did not settle and remain for many years but lodged in Sivas.

Sivas is one of rare provinces in Turkey that still significantly conserves this cultural and historical heritage bestowed by its past. The facts that Sivas is one of the regions witnessing the Sivas Congress realized by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on 4 September 1919 and then the foundation of Republic, increase

A beautiful example of Ottoman mosques built in the 19th

Read More

Spitzbergen Experience Cruise

The ‘Spitzbergen Experience’ cruise leads into the realm of polar bears.

On the MS Fram, passengers can explore the west coast of the largest island in the Svalbard Archipelago in detail. Starting out from the island capital of Longyearbyen, the MS Fram first sets a course for the ‘Sorkapp’ (southern cape) of Spitzbergen. The nine-day expeditionary voyage then leads north along the west coast to the north of the island at a latitude of 80° north. The focus of the cruise entitled ‘Disko Bay Expedition’, meanwhile, is on the breathtakingly beautiful polar worlds, and encounters with the Inuit and their culture. The MS Fram starts off on its nine-day tour from Kangerlussuaq, moving north along the west coast of Greenland until it reaches Disko Bay, where gig antic glaciers and overwhelming ice landscapes mesmerise passengers. In addition to these fascinating natural experiences, high

Read More

Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose

kazanlak, kazanlak lavender field, holidays to bulgaria, bulgaria holidays to, to holidays bulgaria, lavender garden, lavender kazanlak, kazanlak lavender garden, private tour kazanlak

Holidays Bulgaria – Kazanlak – the town of the most beautiful among women, the rose…

There is something in Kazanlak, which is not only the beautiful nature and the fascinating women. There is something which is in the air, something which is soaked in the soil… Something that explains the specific atmosphere and flavour Kazanlak has. Atmosphere of a place where time stands still but life doesn’t; where one can feel peaceful, calm and safe. And the flavour of the rose, the unique rose.

The Valley of Roses and the Valley of the Thr

Read More

Jugoslavia

The Jugoslavs form a national unit and are
ethnologically part of the Slavonic race. Jugoslav literature begins with
translations of the Bible by Cyril and Methodius, the “Slavonic Apostles,”
about the middle of the Ninth Century. During the first period of the nation’s
literary history, from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century, several
biographies and chronicles were produced.

Toward the end of the Fourteenth Century
and until the beginning of the Nineteenth Century the Jugoslavs fell under the
domination of the Turks, who practically arrested national life. There were,
however, those who, despite this catastrophe, tried to carry on the traditions
of their literature.

The deliverance from Turkish rule brought
with it a gradual revival. At first, however, little was written in the
Jugoslav languages (Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian), because the printing
presses throughout the country had been destroyed by the Turks. The books
imported from Russia were pr

Read More

Towards Turkish Republic

First steps towards the Republic

When we take a tour at the history section it is possible to name many civilizations such as Assyrians, Hittites, Cimmerians, Phrygians, Romans, Danisments, Etratna, Seljuks, llkhanids and Ottomans that though did not settle and remain for many years but lodged in Sivas.

Sivas is one of rare provinces in Turkey that still significantly conserves this cultural and historical heritage bestowed by its past. The facts that Sivas is one of the regions witnessing the Sivas Congress realized by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on 4 September 1919 and then the foundation of Republic, increase

A beautiful example of Ottoman mosques built in the 19th

Read More

Spitzbergen Experience Cruise

The ‘Spitzbergen Experience’ cruise leads into the realm of polar bears.

On the MS Fram, passengers can explore the west coast of the largest island in the Svalbard Archipelago in detail. Starting out from the island capital of Longyearbyen, the MS Fram first sets a course for the ‘Sorkapp’ (southern cape) of Spitzbergen. The nine-day expeditionary voyage then leads north along the west coast to the north of the island at a latitude of 80° north. The focus of the cruise entitled ‘Disko Bay Expedition’, meanwhile, is on the breathtakingly beautiful polar worlds, and encounters with the Inuit and their culture. The MS Fram starts off on its nine-day tour from Kangerlussuaq, moving north along the west coast of Greenland until it reaches Disko Bay, where gig antic glaciers and overwhelming ice landscapes mesmerise passengers. In addition to these fascinating natural experiences, high

Read More