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I had the opportunity during the Easter holidays to visit the Balkan town of Vratsa.
Vratsa is located in northwestern Bulgaria which is the largest city.
Located at the foot of the Vratsa Balkan.
The town is the starting point to numerous caves, waterfalls and interesting rock formations.
The most famous among them are the Ledenika cave, the Skaklya waterfall and the Vratsata pass.
The name of the town is associated with the death of the revolutionary poet Hristo Botev.
Annually, the town hosts the Botev Days, which culminate in the rally-zarya on 1 June.
It is held on Hristo Botev Square, as well as the national pilgrimage on June 2 on Okolchitsa peak in the Vratsa Balkan.
Spring had come to this beautiful town,together with the Easter holiday.I was impressed by the nature and the Easter decoration of the town.
The holiday had moved to the homes of its inhabitants.
In keeping with Christian traditions the tables were prepared with much love and the food was eye catching and soul winning.
An evening walk made me see the town with its night lights.It was like in a fairy tale,the mountain air and the majestic "Balkan" had a unique effect on me.
Vratsa has its own ancient history which the Balkan preserves.It is a desirable destination for tourists and visitors from other countries.