Superstitions and legends from Bulgaria, collected after 70,000 km behind the wheel and from 555 mystical places

Superstitions and legends from Bulgaria, collected after 70,000 km behind the wheel and from 555 mystical places
Superstitions and legends from Bulgaria, collected after 70,000 km behind the wheel and from 555 mystical places

Are you ready for a different journey to the heart of Bulgarian nature?

“Visions from Antiquity. Sketches from mystical Bulgaria” offers a dizzying adventure through the unknown corners of Bulgaria. This is the new book of the journalist, writer and seeker of undiscovered places Nikolay N. Ninov, which follows the familiar to the readers “Repeated dreams. Photographs from mystical Bulgaria”, “Time looks with ten eyes. Travel writings from mystical Bulgaria” and “Found by miracles. Rock paintings from mystical Bulgaria”.

The fourth book by Nikolay N. Ninov is dedicated to the variety of rock formations, megaliths and living sanctuaries that reveal the wild beauty and ancient wisdom of Bulgaria.

This series is the fruit of more than 70,000 km behind the wheel, 900 hours of wandering beyond the trails and touching the magical beauty of more than 555 sites left off the maps and traditional guidebooks.

Guided by the instructions of the locals he meets on his way and whose stories are much more important than the kilometers traveled, Nikolay N. Ninov collects beliefs and legends from various parts of our country. And it inspires every traveler with heart and soul to follow him!

“Visions from Antiquity. Sketches from Mystical Bulgaria”, published by “Siela”, will premiere on September 19, 2022 at 6:00 PM at the Greenwich Book Center. Journalist Georgi Toshev and traveler Georgi Kolev will take part in the presentation of the book. Entrance is free.


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