Buzludza is a historical peak located in the very centre of Bulgaria. In 1868 was the place of the final battle btw. Bulgarian rebels and the turks who occupied the country at that time. However, far more interesting fact is the "Buzludza Monument" was built on this peak by the Bulgarian communist regime in order to commemorate the events in 1891 when socialist assembled secretly in the area to form an organised socialist movement.Read More
The third day of our Eastern European Road trip we planned to visit Transnistria. Never heard of it?! Most of the Europeans feel exactly the same about the separatist republic founded in the 1992 right after USSR collapsed. Alex & Mitko purchased the tickets for the marshrutka that we hope to bring 3 of us seamlessly to Tiraspol, right in the heart of Transnistria. Woo...where still the communist evil rules...Read More
My friend had a birthday and wanted to celebrate it in the least known country of Europe - Transnistria that happened to be also separatist and recognized only by Russia.
Follow this time travel adventure to somewhere back in the ‘70sRead More