#CIJRoadTrip – Bulgaria: Veliko Tarnovo

Contributor post by Michelle of EviesToolEmporium

Let’s travel to Bulgaria – Veliko Tarnovo with Rositza from ElegantJewelryRMM

1. What city do you live in? What makes it special?

Veliko Tarnovo is a town situated in North Bulgaria. Has a rich historical past.
Tarnovo is a major administrative, industrial and educational center of the region. Here are the National Military University, the Cathedral Nativity of the Virgin, Tsarevets and Trapezitsa strongholds , numerous museums and cultural attractions.

Photo collage Veliko Tarnovo - Bulgaria

Photo collage Veliko Tarnovo – Bulgaria

Veliko Tarnovo - Tsarevets - Sound And Light - Bulgaria

Veliko Tarnovo – Tsarevets – Sound And Light – Bulgaria

2. What are several places everyone visiting your country should see?

Situated at the crossroads of the East and West, Bulgaria has been home to many civilizations – Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs, Proto-Bulgarians and Ottomans. The emergence of a unified Bulgarian state dates back to the establishment of the First Bulgarian Empire in 681 CE . The country is rich in tourist sights and historical artifacts, scattered through a relatively small and easily accessible territory. Bulgaria is internationally known for its seaside and winter resorts.
My Bulgaria began the beautiful sunrise in the Danube shore and the cry of seagulls over the Black Sea. This sunrise glides gently over high mountains and even fields to become a purple sunset. Bulgaria is very small, but very beautiful. One time costs you in Rila mountain, can not forget the cool Rila water, majestic forests, the beauty of the Rila lakes, gently caressed by the warm sun.

Rila Monastery - Bulgaria

Rila Monastery – Bulgaria

Rila - 7 Lakes - Bulgaria

Rila – 7 Lakes – Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a country whose beauty words are not enough. Is it because as a whole it is a “Garden of Eden” or viewed separately because beauties are endless.
Besides Bulgarian towns are rich in history, they are also very, very beautiful. These are Plovdiv, Pleven, Kazanlak, Vidin, Varna, and my home town Veliko Tarnovo, Borovets, Pamporovo and many others. They are radically different from one another, but form a whole – Bulgaria.

Plovdiv City - Roman Theatre - Bulgaria

Plovdiv City – Roman Theatre – Bulgaria

Tryavna City - Bulgaria

Tryavna City – Bulgaria

Each place has its own charm and charm.
For small size of our country, it holds so much natural beauty that makes every Bulgarian to be proud of it.
In many countries Bulgaria is famous for its wines and rose oil, because planted with vines and roses farmland to make quite care.

Belogradchik Fortress - Bulgaria

Belogradchik Fortress – Bulgaria

Nesebar City - Bulgaria

Nesebar City – Bulgaria

3.  How have the customs, traditions, geography, nature etc. inspired the items you create?

I love our nature and richness of colors offered, I love the tranquility of the beautiful city in which I live and it inspires me for new ideas to become a reality through my jewelry.

Statiunea Bansko - Bulgaria

Statiunea Bansko – Bulgaria

Todorka Peak Red - Bulgaria

Todorka Peak Red – Bulgaria

4. What are you doing this fall to drive your business in your community? Are you doing a festival or show? How do you reach out to your community?

Right now I sell online on Etsy. ElegantJewelryRMM

White Coral Beaded Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

White Coral Beaded Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

Black Tourmaline Beaded Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

Black Tourmaline Beaded Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

Art Deco Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

Art Deco Bracelet From ElegantJewelryRMM

5. What are your social media sites?

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Beadwork-jewelry-Rossi-Markova/370085976461935?re…
Twitter: twitter.com/rossi_ross71
Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/rossiross71
Wanelo: http://wanelo.com/rossi_ross71

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