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Dorkovo Pliocene Park - the home of the Auvergne mastodon


You love history, wonder what nature looked like on these lands millions of years ago, are curious and like animals, then the Pliocene Park in the village of Dorkovo is the place for you! As soon as you step inside, you are transported back millennia. In the middle of the hall you will notice a huge mastodon with a height of almost four meters and tusks three and a half meters long. Hidden speakers play sounds that help you go back in time and feel the place. On the wall there is a panorama of the surrounding nature at the time of the mastodon with the typical animal and plant species. The overall feel of this place is very pleasant and despite its small area it will help you feel the place as it was, even if only for a short time. And the memory of the visit will definitely stay with you for a long time.

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Stenos fortress in Trayanovi Vrata pass


Stenos Fortress is located in Trayanovi Vrata's pass and carries the history of glorious victories and crushing losses. Its creation dates back to the end of the 4th century during the reign of Theodosius. It was built with the Roman construction technique opus mixtum, which alternates between stone blocks and a brick belt. The shape of the fortress is an irregular rectangle with dimensions of 90m length and 36m. width. The main entrance is from the north. It is a huge gate and is guarded by two pointed pentagonal towers.

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A snowy transition to one of the most beautiful huts in the Balkan Mountains - Mazalat hut


In the mountains in winter? Ooooo, yes! There is sometimes snow in the city, but it cannot be compared to that in the mountains. The warmth of the fireplace and the hot tea in the hut after long games outside. The most delicious soup after ten km of transition in the snow. This is Mazalat hut!

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We got lost again? Mishkova Niva and lots of fun on the bales of hay with Marto


I don't know how familiar you are, but I often get lost. I wouldn't say it's intentional, but I definitely enjoy it every time. I can get lost on foot, by bike, by car, even by train. Oh well, I wrote it as a skill in my resume.

This time I was with Marto (and he seems to like to get lost) and we went to visit the highest peak of the Strandzha mountain on the Bulgarian side - Gradishte peak. And ...

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The UFO of Buzludzha, the Monument of Shipka and a night in the nature


Three friends. Two year old promise. One wild adventure!

Back in 2018 I promised Pesho to go to Buzludzha and camp there. It's been a while and many things have changed - we are no more sharing a desk in the office, but the promises must be kept.

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