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Balkan war: light telegraph
00:15
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Balkan

Balkan war: light telegraph

light telegraph The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Serbian hospital - doctors and the wounded
00:54
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Balkan

Balkan war: Serbian hospital - doctors and the wounded

Serbian hospital - doctors and the wounded The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Bulgarian soldiers attacked a Turkish train
01:24
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Bulgaria, Burgas

Balkan war: Bulgarian soldiers attacked a Turkish train

Bulgarian soldiers attacked a Turkish train The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Serbian military funerals
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Balkan

Balkan war: Serbian military funerals

Balkan war: Serbian military funerals The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Serbian military camp
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Serbia

Balkan war: Serbian military camp

Serbian military camp The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Serbian soldiers in the trenches
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Balkan

Balkan war: Serbian soldiers in the trenches

The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Turkish prisoners of war captured by the Serbian
00:37
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Balkan

Balkan war: Turkish prisoners of war captured by the Serbian

Balkan war: Turkish prisoners of war captured by the Serbian The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan war: Turkish refugees and retreating soldiers
02:24
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Turkey, Constantinople

Balkan war: Turkish refugees and retreating soldiers

Balkan war: Turkish refugees and retreating soldiers The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies. Ensuing events also led to the creation of an independent Albanian state. Despite its success, Bulgaria was dissatisfied with the peace settlement and with the Ottoman threat gone, soon started a Second Balkan War against its former allies.


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Balkan War: Bulgarian soldiers arrive to military camp, cooking, war, Bulgaria
00:44
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Turkey

Balkan War: Bulgarian soldiers arrive to military camp, cooking, war, Bulgaria

Balkan War: Bulgarian soldiers arrive to military camp, cooking, war, Bulgaria


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Bear: chained bear, cutting nails - bear dance
04:19
SD RM master

Bulgaria, Sofia

Bear: chained bear, cutting nails - bear dance

chained bear, cutting nails - bear dance


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Bear: dancing bear, the bear cage, a bear, transport, bear taking a bath
02:22
SD RM master

Bulgaria

Bear: dancing bear, the bear cage, a bear, transport, bear taking a bath

dancing bear, the bear cage, a bear, transport, bear taking a bath


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Bear trainer: lashing, chained, bear, cord
00:27
SD RM master

Bulgaria

Bear trainer: lashing, chained, bear, cord

Bear trainer: lashing, chained, bear


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Bear trainer: Dancing bears on street and bus
00:46
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Bulgaria

Bear trainer: Dancing bears on street and bus

Bear trainer: Dancing bears on street an bus


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Bear trainer: Punching bear's nose
00:24
SD RM master

Bulgaria, Sofia

Bear trainer: Punching bear's nose

Bear trainer: Punching bear's nose


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Bulgaria: Aladzha monastery
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Bulgaria, Golden sand

Bulgaria: Aladzha monastery

Bulgaria: Aladzha monastery Aladzha Monastery (Bulgarian: Аладжа манастир) is a medieval Orthodox Christian cave monastery complex in northeastern Bulgaria, 17 km north of central Varna and 3 km west of Golden Sands beach resort, in a protected forest area adjacent to the Golden Sands Nature Park. The monastery caves were hewn into a 25-m high vertical carst cliff near the upper edge of the Franga plateau on several levels. The complex also includes two small nearby catacombs. Dedicated to the Holy Trinity, it was an active hesychast monastic community of the Second Bulgarian Empire since the 12th century and perhaps survived until the early 18th century. Nearby, remains of a 5th-century cave monastery have also been found. A cave monastery may have existed not far from the modern monastery Aladzha, near Varna. Its early dating to the fourth century is secured by fragments of glassware, but coins of Justinian indicate that the complex may have still been in use during the 500s. Stone tombs in Aladza catacombs As late as the early 20th century, the forested hills surrounding the monastery and known as Hachuka (Mount of the Cross) or Latin, were regarded by locals as sacred and inhabited by a mythical chthonic daemon treasure keeper, Imri Pop or Rim-Papa. Today, the grotto is a popular tourist destination. Its present name appeared in the late Ottoman period; Alaca (Turkish for motley) referred to its colourful murals, now almost destroyed. Thematic light shows are being staged in the summer.


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Bulgaria: daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990
06:37
SD RM English

Bulgaria, Dragoman

Bulgaria: daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990

Daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990 Dragoman (Bulgarian: Драгоман) is a small town in the Sofia Province, western Bulgaria. The town is located very close to the border with Serbia. As of 2005[update] the population is 3,522.


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Bulgaria: daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990
06:37
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Bulgaria, Dragoman

Bulgaria: daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990

Daily life in the town Dragoman in early 1990 Dragoman (Bulgarian: Драгоман) is a small town in the Sofia Province, western Bulgaria. The town is located very close to the border with Serbia. As of 2005[update] the population is 3,522.


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Bulgarian riviera: Sunny beach - cityscape
04:00
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Bulgaria, Sunny beach

Bulgarian riviera: Sunny beach - cityscape

Bulgarian riviera: Sunny beach - cityscape Sunny Beach (Bulgarian: Слънчев бряг, Slanchev Briag; Slanchev Bryag; Slunchev Briag; Slunchev Bryag; SB Dutch: Zonnestrand; German: Sonnenstrand; Russian: Солнечный берег, Solnechniy bereg) is a major seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located approximately 35 km north of Burgas in Nessebar municipality, Burgas Province. It is the biggest and most popular holiday resort in Bulgaria, and is home to over 800 hotels with more than 300 000 beds. There are also 130 restaurants and numerous live music bars, pubs, nightclubs, discos, cafes. It has been undergoing continuous expansion for many years. In recent years almost the whole hotel base has been renovated and several new luxurious hotels have been built as well as many apartment complexes. It is widely believed in Bulgaria that Sunny Beach was heavily overdeveloped in the 2000s to the detriment of its greenery, former serenity, safety, and the quality of public services. Sunny Beach has a very small permanent population, but during the summer the resort is home to many thousands of tourists. The main strip of high-rise hotels backing onto the beach is several kilometers long and extends along a wide bay between Sveti Vlas and Nessebar. The resort's construction began back in Communist times, in 1958. Construction works began at a site, where two old wells supplying Nessebar with water in ancient times and during the Middle Ages, had been located. The climate of the area is Mediterranean, explaining Sunny Beach's popularity with tourists since the Soviet Union existed. Since that time the resort's popularity has grown among German holidaymakers, who add to the already large numbers of Russian visitors. More recently, Sunny Beach has begun to attract the attention of the British, Irish, Scandinavian and Dutch for which it is a more affordable alternative to the established Mediterranean resorts. Attractions for tourists include the sunning at the beach, water sports, nightlife, and the nearby historical site of Nessebar. There are two new Aqua Parks near the resort. Sunny Beach is mainly popular amongst young people. The Golden Orpheus International Festival of Popular Song, the Decade of Symphonic Music, part of the International Folklore Festival, fashion-shows and various beach competitions are held there. In 2008, the VIth Stranski-Kaischew Surface Science Workshop, a prestigious triennial international conference sponsored by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and named in honor of two prominent Bulgarian scientists of the 20th century, was held in Sunny Beach.


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Bulgarian riviera: Nesebar
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Bulgaria, Nesebar

Bulgarian riviera: Nesebar

Nesebar: bulgarian riviera Nesebar (Bulgarian: Несебър, pronounced [neˈsebər], also transcribed as Nessebar or Nesebur; ancient name: Mesembria) is an ancient city and a major seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located in Nesebar municipality, Burgas Province. Often referred to as the "Pearl of the Black Sea" and "Bulgaria's Dubrovnik", Nesebar is a rich city-museum defined by more than three millennia of ever-changing history. Map showing Nesebar's location in Bulgaria It is a one of the most prominent tourist destinations and seaports on the Black Sea, in what has become a popular area with several large resorts—the largest, Sunny Beach, is situated immediately to the north of Nesebar. Nesebar has on several occasions found itself on the frontier of a threatened empire, and as such it is a town with a rich history. The ancient part of the town is situated on a peninsula (previously an island) connected to the mainland by a narrow man-made isthmus, and it bears evidence of occupation by a variety of different civilisations over the course of its existence. Its abundance of historic buildings prompted UNESCO to include Nesebar in its list of World Heritage Sites in 1983.


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Bulgarian riviera: Sozopol
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Bulgaria, Sozopol

Bulgarian riviera: Sozopol

Bulgarian riviera: Sozopol Sozopol (Bulgarian: Созопол) is an ancient town and seaside resort located 35 km south of Burgas on the southern Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria. Today the town is mostly a seaside resort known for the Apollonia art and film festival (which takes place in early September) and is named after one of Sozopol's ancient names. The busiest times of the year are the summer months, ranging from May to September as tourists from around the world come to enjoy the weather, sandy beaches, history and culture, fusion cuisine (Bulgarian, Greek, Turkish), and atmosphere of the colourful resort. The increasing popularity of the town has led to it being dubbed the Bulgarian St. Tropez, seeing stars like Ralph Fiennes, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Goldfrapp exploring its beauty and charm. Part of Burgas Province, as of September 2005[update] Sozopol has a population of 4,641. The mayor is Panaiot Reyzi. One of the most active and popular mayors had been Nikola Kaloyanov, who initiated numerous infrastructure changes to modernize the town in the 70s.


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