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April 2016 – Travelling the Danube River through Bulgaria
One of our stops was in Silistra. From Silistra, we took a short bus trip to Aftar Village, where we visited a local school and an Ethnography Center. Upon our arrival we were offered samples of local bread and spices.
We were entertained by local performers.
Richard was recruited to join the ladies in a local dance step.
Suzanna dressed in traditional Bulgarian clothing.
Later we travelled to Veliko Tarnono, where we visited a couple of very old churches. During the rule of the Turkish Ottoman Empire churches were not allowed to be taller than a man on horseback.
At one church we were entertained by a group of church cappella singers.
In Veliko Tarnono is a monument to the liberation of Bulgaria in 1185.
The remains of an old fortress exists on the outskirts of Veliko Tarnono.
We also visited a replica of a traditional medieval home in Veliko Tarnono.
Here is a street scene in the nearby town of Arbanassi.
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