Explore Bulgaria

The area around Belogradchik, in the northwest corner of Bulgaria, is an ode to aging gracefully. The town’s famous rocks—spires of limestone and sandstone, which shoot from the ground creating a protective barrier—are some 200 million years old. Built into these gargantuan forces of nature is the famous Belogradchik Fortress, which was established by the Romans and modified and expanded by nearly every group since.

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