Location: Bulgaria – Ruse
Route type: Running
Route length: 4.20km
The main street of the city is a mix of architectural buildings in different styles, neo-baroque, neo-rococo and other architectural styles.
It is located around the Russian History Museum and here are several buildings worth visiting. The "Liuben Karavelov" regional library, a former Bulgarian writer and militant of the national revival movement, is a Baroque style, predominantly in the city of Ruse, as well as the former bank of the brothers Ivan and Stefan Simeonov.
The city theater built between 1898-1902 in neo-classical style, also a symbol of the city.
Founded in 1904, it is the site of 140,000 exhibits and its main exhibit is the Borovo treasure. It is all the objects extracted from the archaeological excavations in the medieval town of Cherven and the ancient fortresses of the Danube - Yatrus and Sexaginta Prista.
Ancient fortress in the city of Ruse, its name means the port of the sixty ships.
It hosts an exhibition of everyday objects, clothes, jewelery, accessories, cutlery, etc. which presents the history of the urban development of the city of Ruse, its cultural diversity, its connection with Europe and the cultural influences that led to the development of the city in its present form. There are also reproductions, or layouts, of interiors from other historical periods, a living room, a music room, a bedroom, a drawing room.
Project "Green Tourism Products" (Green Tour Pro) ROBG291 is co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg V-A Romania – Bulgaria Programme.
Total eligible value of the project: 498 884.65 euro
Amount of EU contribution: 424 850.04 euro ERDF
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