This is a Private Tour so you will not be combined with other people besides those in your reservation- there will be a private car and a private driver- guide just for you!With this tour you will see Kordopulova house, St. Antonius church, hike through the Melnik pyramids, see Rozhen monastery iconostas and frescoes and taste the traditional Bulgarian Banitza in a village house.The tour starts at 9.00 from the hotel that you are staying in Sofia. Your first stop which will be Melnik. The smallest town in Bulgaria, Melnik, is nested in the south slopes of Pirin, among sand pyramids with queer forms.After a stop for lunch in a typical Bulgarian restaurant you will star the hiking tour to Rozhen monastery. It is the largest Orthodox monastery in the Pirin region. The monastery is comparatively well preserved and every year it is visited by many tourists from various countries.
Melnik is considered the smallest town in Bulgaria, nested in the South slopes of Pirin mountain, among sand pyramids with queer forms. The findings from the antiquity discovered upon the archaeological diggings testify for its centuries-old history. The wine which is produced by the unique Bulgarian brand Wide Melnik Vine has a wonderful quality, scents of ripe cherry, herbs, and in the presence of oak it develops nuances of tobacco and leather. You will have time for a lunch break in a local restaurant and after it you will continue to the nearby “Rupite” area, located about 30 km. away from Melnik. This place is considered as sanctuary because it is associated with the famous Bulgarian prophet Vanga, who spent the last years of her life there. Near the house where she was living in 1994 was built the church Saint Petka, which is interesting with its different style of frescoes and icon paintings.
We made this tour for people, who love touching nature in their comfort zone.Prepare for this trip in South and Southwest Bulgaria to touch the beauty, carved by nature, and places, where traditions are still alive!Jump in the van and listen to the legends of love, passion, and mountains. Pass the near villages and fell like a local tasting the Kapama and other Bulgarian dishes. With our tour, you can see the rich wildlife from millions of years ago till nowadays.You will be in three different mountains with their spirit – Rila, Pirin and Rhodopi mountains. These three mountains are Wisdom, Beaty, and Love. One phenomenon can’t be seen in the picture, you have to see and feel it! We wait for the adventure to call you!
Bulgarian Bucolics From The Pirin Region ab 58.99 € als Taschenbuch: The Folk Music Prototypes and Their Contemporary Choral Transformations by Ivan Spassov. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Kunst & Musik,
Ivan Spassov is one of the premiere Bulgarian composers and conductors of the 20th century. He systematically integrates elements of the rich Bulgarian folklore into his music. His style also exhibits influences from the contemporary Western European compositional tradition. The mastery of his craft shines in the use of aleatoric technique, cluster harmonies, and polyphonic elements, uniquely combined with the rhythmic, melodic, and modal intricacies of the Bulgarian folklore. This book examines Spassov s songs for women s choir, in the Bucolics From The Pirin Region collection, and how they relate to their original folk versions. Areas of study include a brief examination of Bulgarian musical folklore in relation to the uniqueness and inter-regional influences of the rhythm, meter, mode, melody and text, and an analysis of the musical scores. This analysis should provide evidence that Bucolics From The Pirin Region are examples of late-twentieth-century musical art that remain typically Bulgarian and preserve the individuality of the traditional folklore, and should be particularly useful to conductors, music educators and anyone else interested in multicultural choral music.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Georgi Parvanov Vasilev-Gocho (born June 9, 1945) is a former Bulgarian football (soccer) player in forward role. In career he played for PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv and PFC Pirin Gotse Delchev. He played for Bulgaria national football team at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. At the turn of the 21st century, the game was played by over 250 million players in over 200 countries, making it the world's most popular sport.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Todor Angelov Dzekov (Bulgarian: , French: Théodore Angheloff, 12 January 1900 30 November 1943) was a Bulgarian communist revolutionary who lived and was active for a long time in Western Europe. During World War II, he headed a Brussels-based group of the Belgian Resistance against Nazi Germany, he was captured and sentenced to death by the Nazis. Angelov was born in 1900 in the city of Kyustendil to a mason father and a weaver and laundress mother, both Bulgarian refugees from Macedonia. In 1923 he married Aleksandra Sharlandzhieva, the two had a daughter, the writer Svoboda Bachvarova (b. 1925). Angelov was related to the anarchist left wing of Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) and the Bulgarian Communist Party from an early age, in 1923 he took part in the failed and suppressed September Uprising, more specifically in its Pirin Macedonia operations. After the communist Saint Nedelya Church assault of 1925, he was sentenced to death but managed to escape the country with his family.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Todorka (Bulgarian: ) is a massive peak in the Pirin mountain, south-western Bulgaria. It is the only peak of the Todorka side ridge. It is 2,746 m high which makes it the 11th highest peak in Pirin. It is made of granite and although not rocky, it is steep. It is a relatively short crest with three peaks - Golyama (Big), Sredna (Middle) and Malka (Little) Todorka. Golyama Todorka is located to the north and view from the town of Bansko looks like a dramatic pyramid. There are several ski tracks from its slopes.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Todor Palankov (Bulgarian: ) (born 13 January 1984) is a Bulgarian footballer, currently playing for Chernomorets Burgas as a defensive midfielder.Palankov was educated in Litex Lovech's youth academy, but made your professional debut in 2003 with Belite Orli Pleven in second division, where was loaned for six months. In January 2004 he returned to Litex and with the club won Bulgarian Cup and Bulgarian Supercup, but one year later was loaned to Vidima-Rakovski Sevlievo. From June 2005 to January 2007 Palankov played in 27 matches for Litex and scored one goal. After that was loaned to Cherno More Varna. In July 2007 Palankov signed with Pirin Blagoevgrad.In December 2009 he signed with Chernomorets Burgas on free transfer and he will join the sharks n June 1st.