Stara Zagora

The first thing I noticed when I disem­barked from the train in Stara Zagora and walked up the Methodi Kusev street was the ongoing city–wide reno­vation. The second, when I managed to navigate the laby­rinth of construc­tion fences and got to the hills on the city's north edge, was the burning red pome­granates in the gardens. What an iconic combo for the last hot day of the Summer!

Archeological site “Roman street”
Archeological site “Roman street”
At the “Roman street”
At the “Roman street”
Samara 3 residential district
Samara 3 residential district
The view
The view
The view
Overgrown street sign
Kaufland Stara Zagora
At the station garden
At the station garden

Stara Zagora in June 2022

Four years later I visited Stara Zagora again. The main street renovation was long over and the city was enjoying a hot Summer day in the countless caf├ęs along the boulevard Tsar Simeon Veliki or hiding from the heat under the massive trees in many city parks.

In the Jordan Kapsamunov park
In the Jordan Kapsamunov park
In the 5th of October park
In the “5th of October” park
Tsar Simeon Veliki blvd.
Tsar Simeon Veliki blvd.
Roman street
Roman street
Roman street
Roman street
Roman street with the building of the State Opera in the background
Regional Museum of History Stara Zagora
Regional Museum of History Stara Zagora
Art Gallery
Art Gallery
Tsar Simeon Veliki blvd.
Tsar Simeon Veliki blvd.

Updated in July 2022


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