Traditional wood house
Historic Bulgarian style homes made of stone and wood, Nesebar. Residential buildings from the Bulgarian Renaissance period are the most popular and common architectural monuments. In many Bulgarian cities (such as Plovdiv, Nesebar, Lovech, Tryavna, Gabrovo, Veliko Turnova, Shiroka Luka, etc.) there are whole neighborhoods with houses from the 18th and 19th century.
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Bulgaria, Black Sea Coast, Nesebar, Windmill along the causeway from Sunny Beach to Nesebar
Nesebar or Nessebar is an ancient town and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located in Burgas Province. Often referred to as the Pearl of the Black Sea and Bulgaria's Dubrovnik.
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Ruins of the Medieval Church of St. John Aliturgetos, southeastern facade of the non sanctified church, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nessebar
Ruins of the Medieval Church of St. John Aliturgetos, southeastern facade of the non sanctified church, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nessebar, Bulgaria, Europe
© Dallas & John Heaton
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