hotel Razgrad - Razgrad
hotel Razgrad - Razgrad
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Places to see nearby» Archeological Reserve Abritus
Archeological Reserve Abritus
The archeological reserve Abritus is located not far from the town of Razgrad, occupying an area of around 1000 decares. It includes a Roman military settlement, created sometime in the middle of the 1st century. In 251, during the battles with the Gothes, the Roman emperor Desius was killed on the territory of the settlement. Abritus developed rapidly during the ruling of Constantine the Great (306-377) and Justinian the Great (527-565). It was destroyed by the Avars in the end of VI century, but was restored by the Slavs and the Bulgarians over the period VIII-IX. The reserve offers a rich variety of Roman, Thracian and Medieval Bulgarian cultural monuments. The most interesting part of the reserve is the ancient town of Abritus, located on an area of 150 decares. It was found in 1954. Abritus is built in the style of the Roman towns – it has straight streets, and many public buildings, built in the centre around the town’s square. During the excavations, a lot of interesting exponents were found, the most famous being the Golden Pegas, and the biggest late-antique treasure found so far, consisting of 835 golden Roman coins from the V century.
Varosha Complex in Razgrad
Varosha is a National Revival complex in the center of the town of Razgrad, Northeastern Bulgaria. It is a complex of restored houses in traditional style, reminding of the authentic atmosphere of the town in 19th century. It is a unique monument of the local traditions, keeping the old architectural and construction wonders done by self-taught masters. Many houses of famous Razgrad citizens are situated here, as lots of them are turned into museums. One of the most famous houses is the Museum of Stanka and Nikola Ikonomovi – prominent enlighteners of the National Revival period. An exposition is set here, showing the visitors their life and activity. Another attraction here is the house-museum of Dimitar Nenov. The home of the prominent composer and pianist is arranged in exposition showing his life and work. The church St. Nicholas the Wonderworker is also situated in Varosha. It was built in 1860, and reconstructed in 1903. The Ethnographic Museum spreads in restored houses from 19th century with pretty courtyards, and represents the traditional culture of the local ethnographic group Kapantsi.
Pobit Kamak Village
The village of Pobit kamak is located in the middle of the Loudogorsko's plateau, 20 km northeastwards of Razgrad. Through the middle of the village passes the road Razgrad - Zavet. The village exists since 1880 when settlers mountaineers came from Gabrovo. The village was named after the upright stone at its centre that can be seen even today / "pobit kamak" means "an upright stone"/. Many old houses which keep alive the unique atmosphere of the past centuries are preserved. The Ethnographic complex consists of several authentic houses in Balkan style that were built more than a century ago. The houses display rich expositions on the basic crafts that were means of livelihood for the local population. The village still celebrates holidays like: Midwive's Day/January 21/, Todor's Day, St. Lazar's Day/Saturday before Palm Sunday/, Easter and Christmas. A tourist itinerary in the area is the forest path to the district "Nikolova gora - mogilata" where used to gather the detachment of Panaiot Hitov whose standard-bearer was Vasil Levski. The ecopath is surrounded by oak, birch and lime woods and there can be seen deers and rare birds. Another noteworthy district is "Dalgij kolak" where used to hide the detachment of Tanio voivode.
Urban Forest Pchelina
The Urban Forest Pchelina is a recreation center located in Razgrad region (Northeastern Bulgaria). It lies about 10 km southwestern direction from Razgrad, among mixed pine tree and birch forest. The locality is a valley, long 4 km, hilly terrain and two dam lakes. The deciduous trees as well as beautiful meadows predominate. The district is characterized by clear and fresh air, and early spring flowers blossom here. The old name of Kuvanlak, and later it was renamed to Pchelina as it is a very proper place for bee farming (pchela in Bulgarian is bee). The local people call the locality Varnelo, as the road between Rousse and Varna crosses it. In the 60s of the past century, after declaring the region of the Voden village, Zavet municipality, a natural reserve the features of the region allowed the local government to develop Pchelina as a zone for short-time recreation.
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