Girl Meets Bulgaria

Musings of an American expat in Bulgaria (with detours in Utah and Alaska)

Wordless{ish} Wednesday: Bachkovo Monastery

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This post covers two trips to Bulgaria’s beautiful Bachkovo Monastery – the second largest monastery in the country. The first was a quick stop for Vince and I when we were on our way down to Smolyan in November – right at the height of the beautiful fall colors. The second was in December when my mom visited and we made a stop there on the way back to Sofia from Smolyan.

Like I said…doing a lot of blog post catch-up over the next few weeks!

Hope you enjoy the photos (there are a lot of them)!
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Happy Wednesday!

I hope the rest of your week is fantastic!

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51 thoughts on “Wordless{ish} Wednesday: Bachkovo Monastery

  1. Pingback: Wordless Wednesdays | SC Surf Butler

  2. Reblogged this on Bulgaria.

  3. Thanks for sharing! I LOVE those bowls. Have a great day!

  4. Those are all absolutely amazing shots! My favorite is the archway. 🙂

    School Spring Pictures and a Visit from 2093

  5. Gorgeous! I love the archways especially. Thank you for letting me see through your vision…

  6. Love this monastery! And all of the beautiful pottery- we are thinking of buying a set and bringing it to the states, I love it that much!

    • Bachkovo is definitely a favorite of ours! I LOVE the pottery as well. I took a bunch home after my first trip to BG in 2009 as souvenirs. My mom bought some when she was here as well. Thankfully, my in-laws have quite a bit of it, so eventually we will inherit a nice collection! I hope you are able to take home a bunch!

  7. Wow…what some beautiful photos. You are making me want to pack my bags. 🙂

  8. I feel like I get to go to Bulgaria when I visit your blog! Thanks for the pictures, and oh, by the way, could you send me some of those dishes in assorted colors???? lol

    Teresa from NanaHood.com
    http://nanahood.com/proud-grandparents-of-the-birthday-girl

  9. So Pretty thanks for sharing them. Also thanks for the linky.

  10. Beautiful series. I don’t think I could pick a favorite, but I do love the pottery.

  11. Fascinating insight – I do love your photo tours of all the amazing Bulgarian highlights!

  12. Very interesting pics! Love seeing Bulgaria thru’ your eyes!

  13. Beautiful pics! The market looks intriguing and I love those colourful bowls. 🙂

  14. I always love to stop in and see your pics!
    I would LOVE LOVE to have one of those beautiful colourful bowls! (or 10!!)

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/03/wordlesswednesday-cows-w-linky.html

  15. I think I saw some of these in you photo feed – theyre stunning!!!! I MUST get to that neck of the woods one day (not soon though, as I need to replace my passports as I washed them last week)!!

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm – A Photographers Kit!!!!

    Have a great day!!

    • Yep! All the photos I post on my blog are on my Flickr feed (I host them there). Thank you for the compliment! Definitely visit Bulgaria if you ever get the chance!

  16. I LOVE that I can see Bulgaria through you!

    Thank you for hosting WW with a linky, I have a linky on mine as well
    if you’d like to visit 😉 http://www.adventuresofamilitaryfamilyof8.com/2013/03/ww-police-not-following-rules-wlinky.html

  17. Oh, I just love the pottery. Gorgeous!

  18. such a beautiful place with rice culture!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

  19. Beautiful photos and very interesting

    Have a funtabulous week 🙂

  20. Gorgeous! I love the stone walkways and brick roads!

  21. Wow a gorgeous sensory overload. Seems somehow that when life was simpler, the world was a more beautiful place, and some aspects still survive to give us pause in our extraordinarily busy world.

  22. I love the colorful bowls. The Monastary is wonderful

    • I am returning to the states tomorrow and I feel like my always-available subject matter is about to end! I’m a photo-taking freak, though, so I am sure I will find something!

  23. So pretty… I think my favorite one is of the archway with the cool iron designs.

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