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Bridge
“The Covered Bridge of Lovech, Bulgaria crosses the Osam River, connecting the old (Varоsha) and new town parts of Lovech, being possibly the most recognisable symbol of the town. The bridge is one of the few remaining in Europe that have shops on them. Other examples include the Krämerbrücke in Erfurt and the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. After the bridge that then served the town was almost completely destroyed by a flood in 1872, the local police chief ordered the famous Bulgarian master builder Kolyu Ficheto to construct a new one. Ficheto personally chose the material for the wooden bridge. Each citizen of Lovech contributed to the building process, the poorer ones working themselves and the wealthier donating money and paying other workers. Building finished in 1874.”
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Bulgarian Restaurant
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Dessert Shop
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Nabolag
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Bar
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Point of Interest
“The Lovech Fortress lies on the two terraces of the beautiful and picturesque Hisarya Hill in the old part of Lovech. This is one of the most visited landmarks in Lovech. It was declared a monument of architecture and construction by virtue of publication in State Gazette”
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Park
“The Bash Bunar alley is located at the south part of Lovech. A perfect place to do sports or simply for a stroll along the Ossam river. Next to the Bash Bunar public drinking fountain there is a sculpture, depicting a man drinking water from a pitcher that a woman is holding in her hands. The legend has is that the person who drinks from the water of that fountain will fall in love and stay in Lovech forever. The Bash Bunar Alley is a preferable place to rest and to entertain for both adults and children.”
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Restaurant
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Point of Interest
Point of Interest
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Nabolag
“The Lovech Fortress lies on the two terraces of the beautiful and picturesque Hisarya Hill in the old part of Lovech. This is one of the most visited landmarks in Lovech. The fortress is best known as the place where the Lovech Peace Treaty with the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire was signed in 1187. It marked the birth of the Second Bulgarian Empire. The Lovech Fortress was one of the last strongholds which were conquered by the Ottomans – this happened in 1446. A giant metal cross is placed inside the fortress. It can be seen from almost every spot in Lovech. The monument of Vasil Levski and Varosha, the old quarter of Lovech, are located in the vicinity of the fortress."”
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Point of Interest