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"ARTISTIC GALLERY - VASIL KRAPCHANSKI"

Published on 2017-10-26

"ARTISTIC GALLERY - VASIL KRAPCHANSKI" The "Art Gallery - Vasil Krapchansky" was opened on May 31st, 2013. The fund contains 66 paintings by 25 artists, collecting, storing and exhibiting the artwork of Saparevo and other prominent artists.Currently, the Gallery's Genre Gallery includes: paintings, landscapes and watercolors. Paintings of Vasil Krapchansky, Vassil Valev, Maria Raicheva, Antonia Mitsova,
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Ethnographic Museum, Sapareva Banya

Published on 2017-10-17

Bulgaria, Kyustendil districtThe Ethnographic Museum in Sapareva Banya houses a medium-sized collection in the downtown area. Read more The daily life items were gathered by the local community. The collection was arranged under under the Market of Traditions project, funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the Foundation for Local Government Reform. Zafirka Baydzhikova was particularly
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Church of St Nicholas, Sapareva Banya

Published on 2017-10-17

The Church of St Nicholas (Bulgarian: църква „Свети Никола“, tsarkva „Sveti Nikola“) is a small medieval Eastern Orthodox church in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Sapareva Banya, which is part of Kyustendil Province. Originally either the property of a local notable or attached to a larger church, it was constructed anytime from the 11th to the 14th century.The church was
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Bansko is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at an elevation of 927 m above sea level. It is a popular ski resort.The archeological traces of the inhabitants of Bansko and the Razlog Valley in general date to the early periods of the Roman Empire. There are several housing structures at the outskirts of the town, which date to 100 BC. However, there is no consensus
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Сапарева баня се намира в България и е място с минерална вода и плувни басейниСапарева баня е отворена целогодишно от 6:30 сутринта до 8 вечерта.ако се чудите да посетите, можете да се насладите на горещата минерална вода в
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    Geyzer

    The hottest geyser in Europe springs into the center of Sapareva Banya

    The country with the most geysers in Europe is undoubtedly the small island state Iceland, famous for its hundreds of hot springs, frozen landscapes and active volcanoes. Leaping from the ground leads and money that rises to 40-50 meters in the sky is the most sought-after attraction. Contrary to expectations, however, the hottest geyser in Europe is not in Iceland, but about 3,700 km. south of the Vikings' side, at the foot of the Rila Mountain, where a small Bulgarian town - Sapareva Banya has been housed.

    A special park is located around the nature landmark. And the geyser, which springs from a depth of 73 meters, seems to dance rhythmically. At certain intervals, the water stream is erupting, surrounded by balls of hot vapors that spill over billions of transparent droplets. Unlike his Icelandic rival, the Gazian geyser is lower - rises to no more than 18 m. It's hot, very hot!

    At windy weather, you have to stay away from the water column, as splashes can burn the more dense. Its temperature is 103 degrees, or at least 20 degrees higher than that of his Icelandic brothers. The locals have long used this particular feature. What an easier and fun way to quickly bake the eggs for breakfast, for example!

    Grandmothers do it. For example - brew potatoes for animals. Fill the buckets and place them in the water and after a while they boil. You can also boil the jars in the same way with the winter.

    Hot water is also used to spraying vines and courtyards against various leaf diseases. It is also an indispensable energy source. For this purpose a small geothermal plant is being built, which is used to heat the kindergarten, the school, the community center, the polyclinic, the sanatorium, the new bathroom ...

    For more information, questions, inquiries and contact us: +359898387737-Mariyana Mutafchijska, e-mail: meridel@abv.bg