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Info Rousse - Bulgaria


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ObrazekRousse is the largest Bulgarian city on the Danube, which, with the opening of the Rhein - Main - Danube canal which covers 3,500 km and connects thirteen European countries with the Near and Far East via the Black Sea, became the longest inland waterway on the planet. Rousse is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas. It's also known as "The little Vienna" because of Alexandrovska str. (Alexander's str.) along which there are hundreds of stylish houses. In the spring the lime scent is all-pervading, and its uniqueness won Ruse the name the city of lime-tree.

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Rousse is a big Bulgarian city with a population of over 170 000 and is one of the basic cultural and economic centres of Northern Bulgaria. The country's accession to the European Union is expected to be of local benefit through new investments and opportunities for international business.

Approximately 15 km southeast of Rousse is the village of Shtraklevo, near which is the former military Rousse Airport (currently closed). It is planned to redevelop and reopen the airport by 2008-2009 for internal, charter and cargo flights.

About 200 buildings in Rousse are on the list of the fund of the architectural historical heritage Bulgaria. Rousse is a model of the influence of the European architecture on Bulgarian cities. Its appearance is the fruit of the efforts of numerous architects, civil engineers, technicians and builders. They have given the city the unmistakable general appearance of an architectural ensemble. Their buildings are in Neoclassicism and Secession styles that were typical in Europe between mid 19th century and WWI.

The biggest Bulgarian port on the Danube River - her is the only bridge across the Danube between Bulgaria and Romania. This one in picture should be new one, but I dont know when!

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Bulgaria

The land of roses, Bulgaria, is a small country of ancient culture, scenic beauty, friendly people, hospitality and warmth. Bulgaria is situated in south-eastern Europe. It occupies the central part of Balkan peninsula on both sides of the Balkan Range (the Balkans), from which the peninsula has taken its name. The grater part of the northern border with Romania passes along the Danube, and the eastern border is the Black Sea. The land borders with Yugoslavia and Macedonia to the west, with Turkey to the south-east, and with Greece to the south.

Bulgaria is a beautiful mountainous country, with tourism opportunities being one of its biggest assets. Bulgaria possesses beautiful landscapes and beaches, and is becoming a real resort paradise. The Black Sea Coast on its East border is famous for its fine sanded beaches, and perfect temperatures of water and air.
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larger seaside resorts draw huge crowds of tourists from Western Europe, who come attracted by the low prices.

Further, Bulgaria has around 600 natural mineral springs, with water temperatures ranging from 20 to 60 degrees Celsius, whose baths and health spas are famous tourist attractions. There has been very little done, however, as far as development and improvement of facilities. Bottled spring water presents wonderful under explored opportunities as well. The spring water is rich in mineral elements and often runs unattended.

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