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Aquapark "Aqua Paradise" - Nessebar

Aqua Paradise is the largest and most attractive aqua park in Bulgaria, has the properties of several facilities and water garantirashi adrenaline emotions of your visitors. There are several types Kamikaze slides, Tuister, Niagara, skachalki, boats ... and many other surprises, some of the attractions are very extreme, were preferred by amateur adventurers. It offers various restaurants and bars to make your stay more pleasant.
 

Architectural Reserve Nessebar

Nessebar is dreven city with a modern vision of a developing seaside resort while preserving history through the ages, religion and culture of different peoples. Its first inhabitants were the Thracians called it Messambria in translation means town of Melsa - founder of the settlement. In the 6th century BC Greeks were its inhabitants, and four centuries later the Romans inhabited his land, while in 812 years after two weeks of siege Khan Krum conquered it and it falls under Bulgarian rule. Today Nessebar is one of the most popular and attractive resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is a favorite location for many foreign and Bulgarian tourists. In 1983 was listed as a World Cultural Heritage. Old Town was declared an architectural and historical reserve and if you visit you can see the remains of an ancient wall with gate dating from III-IV century. The city was a major religious center of evidence which were found parts of about 42 churches, less than half of which were restored by ahreolozite. Those in a largely preserved from the time are transformed into art galleries, but only one is active church. Several different groups are nearly 60 houses, which have preserved their authentic appearance and preserved in spirit of the time. Part of the history of these lands is collected and stored in the Archaeological museum. The sea speaks, part of the lands of present-day Nessebar, parts of the city walls you can see under the water near shore. Visit the old town of Nessebar is one chudeset opportunity to combine your vacation by sea to touch the past
 

Museum of Salt

The only museum of salt Balkanite is located here. Situated in the old seaside town of Pomorie, Pomorie, just between the lake and salt.The museum was opened in 2002 and represents an ancient technology for the production of salt by solar evaporation of seawater. Specialized museum provides a unique opportunity to live your home to get acquainted with the process of extraction of the Pomorie salt. The museum is equipped with modern video and audio equipment, but has retained the authentic process Anchialo method for extraction of high quality salt. Thematic museum exhibition hall and a working salt pans located in an area of twenty-five acres. In the exhibition hall are exposed to the unique pictures of the last century, telling the history of salt production in these lands. Here are authentic models, tools and equipment for solar in the past. According to the claims of our historians, there are salt of the V century BC. Hr. In the past, salt was very expensive and valuable asset because it is rarely located, and its yield was not easy. Before the existence of money namely salt served as a bargaining chip was even better known under the nickname "White Gold". Solodobivat on these lands is an ancient craft and craftsmanship passed from generations to generations.
 

Island St.Anastasia

The earliest human presence on the island is evidenced during the period of late antiquity (IV – VI century). A proof of this is the abundant ceramic material found in underwater researches conducted in 1973. During the last decade of the 17th century, the Saint Anastasia Island is marked on the map of the Black Sea for the first time by the Dutch cartographer Nicholaes Witsen. The Monastery The monastery “St. Anastasia Pharmacolitria (Healer)” is the only insular cloister in Bulgaria part of which is preserved until today. In the Middle Ages, such holy sanctuaries existed on Sozopol Islands of St. Ivan, St. Kirik and Julita as well as on the Island of St. Thomas but there are only archaeological remains now. The earliest evidence of the existence of the monastery dates to the 15th century. Over the years, it has been burned several times and attacked by pirates. The monastery church, called “Uspenie Bogorodichno”, is small with solid stone structure fortified with wooden reinforcement props. This oldest part of the church has been later turned into an altar. Between the altar and the subsequent extension of the monastery, there is an extraordinary wooden iconostasis from 1802. The newly discovered by conservation activity inscription proves the construction of a stone building in 1772. At the beginning of the 19th century, this inscription was incorporated into the newly built convent. The Bulgarian “Alcatraz” The cloister existed until 1923 when the monastery was turned into a prison. There are exiled 132 communists and agrarians. The difficult maintenance of the island prison forced the government to transfer the prisoners to the Burgas police station, and some of them were released. After the attack in April 1925 in Sofia’s St. Nedelya Church, the island was again turned into a prison. On 29th July, 43 people of the detainees managed to escape with two rowing boats up to Cape Chukalya from where they hide in Strandzha Mountain. In their memory, part of the monastery was later transformed into a museum. The Lighthouse In 1889, the lighthouse on the island was built by a French company. It was mounted on an iron pole, raised 40 metres above the sea level, and in good weather its light was visible for 10 miles. In 1912, the foundations for the new lighthouse, which directs the ships until today, have been laid in the northern part of the island. The lighthouse was lit for the first time on 13th June, 1914. The island after the 1960s From the 60s to the 80s of last century, the island became a favourite place for creative bohemians of Burgas. His “governor” for many years is the great poet Hristo Fotev who spent much of his time there. At that time, there was a restaurant, small hotel, church and pier. The island is also popular for having filmed Rangel Vulchanov’s films “On the Little Island”, and “The Island” by Kamen Kalev, starring Laetitia Casta Since 2001, Saint Anastasia has the status of a cultural and historical landmark. Saint Anastasia Island Today The most romantic place in Burgas Bay – the Island of St. Anastasia offers miraculous herbs and potions in Lekarna, a monastery cell from the Middle Ages where you can spend the night, and restaurant with authentic local dishes from old recipes. You can get there by boat that departs from “Magazia 1” (just before the Sea Station – Burgas). Until recently it sounded like a fairy tale, but since May 2014 it is part of the reality of Burgas thanks to the won and implemented by the Municipality project “The cultural and historical heritage of Saint Anastasia Island”, and “The city of Burgas – an attractive and competitive tourist destination” financed under Operational Program "Regional Development". The Life of Saint Anastasia Saint Anastasia the Pharmakolytria is among the few women-martyrs, honoured with extreme zeal and love both from the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church. Anastasia was born in Rome in a noble family. Her father, Pretestat, was a senior, and her mother Favsta professed Christianity. Her Christianity teacher was Chrysogonus, subsequently canonized. After her mother’s death, Anastasia was forced to marry Senator Pompliy. To protect her purity, she pretended to be terminally ill, and so she did not allow her husband to be close. Pompliy put his wife to humiliation and insults but soon he died while his ship sank during a storm. Thus, Anastasia remained a widow and began to use her wealth to relieve the suffering of the imprisoned Christians. She began to travel from city to city, and everywhere she encouraged her co-religionists, giving them food and healing, and when she could, Anastasia paid rich to the jailers for their release. Gradually, she studied the medical craft to the finest, and became a legendary healer. That is why she was called “Pharmakolytria” – from Greek “a savior of sufferings”. During these years, Emperor Diocletian has subjected Christians to the greatest persecution in the history of the church. At that time, Anastasia was in the province of Illyricum in the city of Sirmium. One morning she went to jail as usual and found it empty - the night before, all Christians were killed. She was crying, and so it became clear to all that she was a Christian. They immediately arrested her, and despite the Emperor’s personal exhortations, Anastasia did not renounce the Christion faith, and had been thrown in jail. She was left without food but still alive for 60 days. Consequently, along with another 121 prisoners, she was loaded onto a ship that was deliberately punctured. Thanks to the prayers of Anastasia, the ship did not sink, and the prisoners managed to bring it to the nearest shore. When he found out about another unsuccessful attempt to be killed, the governor of Illyric ordered Anastasia to be stretched between four pillars and burned alive. On 22nd December 304, the order was executed. According to the church legend, Saint Anastasia died but her body remained undamaged by the fire. The memory of the Saint is celebrated on 22ndDecember - the day of her martyrdom.