The ruins of the bell tower of this medieval monastery in Northwest Bulgaria lie abandoned and little in the middle of nowhere in the countryside. Just an example of one of the countless places thoughout Bulgaria that are treasures to be discovered. Photo: ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com
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