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A multimedia collection “A hundred national tourist sites”

Submitted on Friday, 7 November 2008No Comment
A multimedia collection “A hundred national tourist sites”

The association “National union to save the bulgarian” created a new multimedia collection “A hundred national tourist sites”, announced the organization.

The collection is a part of the program of the association to make the bulgarian traditions, symbols, ideals, and initiative “The bulgarian house” more popular.

The collection introduces the historical sites of Bulgaria divided by municipalities and aims to give the fullest information about each of them using pictures and text. An emphasis is put on the history of each tourist site, and also on the practical information about it’s condition, whereabouts and possibilities to visit.

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