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Old April 10th, 2014, 06:48 AM   #21
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Тутракан е сред имената на славата на Трета българска армия по време на Първата световна война:

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Old April 10th, 2014, 01:07 PM   #23
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Румънската следа в Тутракан...







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Old April 15th, 2014, 11:45 AM   #24
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Пътувай с БНТ2 - 6 април 2014: Тутракан през ранна пролет

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С това предаване разказваме за Тутракан, за невероятната история на града, традициите в лодкостроенето и риболова и великолепната дунавска природа през ранна пролет. Мястото, известно с десетки имена през вековете, пази спомени за кастела Трансмариска, за старобългарските крепости от времето на Първото българско царство и за легендарни битки, най-известната от които е така наречената Тутраканската епопея – исторически сблъсък за присъединяване на Южна Добруджа към България. Той оставя след себе си най-голямото военно гробище на България – Мемориалният комплекс „Военна гробница – 1916”.

Във времето едно нещо в Тутракан остава непроменено – съдбата на града е тясно свързана с влиянията на голяма река. Уникалният не само за България, но и за Европа Музей на дунавския риболов и лодкостроенето разкрива цялото разнообразие на живота край Дунав.

Връзките на съхранената история със съвременната действителност са навсякъде, но най-ярко се откриват те в работата на тутраканските рибари и лодкостроители. Риболовът край дунавските острови е наситен с емоции и приключения. Времето е благосклонно и реката е щедра към рибарите, като ги дарява с големи риби.
Тутракан пази традициите в лодкостроенето. Днес обаче има много по-голямо разнообразие и избор на съвременни лодки – от малки едноместни каяци до големи луксозни яхти.

Разходката по Дунав с лодка или в защитената местност Калимок-Бръшлен е чудесна възможност за отмора в лоното на една девствена и съхранена природа.

Освен да работят усилно тутраканските рибари умеят и да се забавляват. Дунавската вечер в тяхната компания е наситена с настроение и изненади – като например автентичните рецепти за пържена риба или прочутата тутраканска рибена чорба.
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Old April 25th, 2014, 09:34 AM   #25
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Old April 27th, 2014, 04:14 PM   #26
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Nice city. I like small bulgarian cities and traditional architecture.

I saw such houses (like the white one in the middle), more or less, in Georgia, Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, wich is explainable if we remember the ottoman background. But the strange thing is that this style of traditional houses is non-existent in Romania, even at the border with Bulgaria. Architecture tends to be almost the same at the borderline of countries, and that makes it especially strange. I tried to google 'arhitectura traditionala bulgareasca in romania' but didn't find anything relevant.
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Old April 27th, 2014, 08:19 PM   #27
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I saw such houses (like the white one in the middle), more or less, in Georgia, Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, wich is explainable if we remember the ottoman background. But the strange thing is that this style of traditional houses is non-existent in Romania, even at the border with Bulgaria.
At the border of Bulgaria, but along the Danube, or in Dobrudzha? I would have expected Constanta and especially Tulcea to retain at least several examples. Also perhaps Alexandria (Teleorman), on the Danube, but I doubt it.

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Architecture tends to be almost the same at the borderline of countries, and that makes it especially strange.
At first glance, probably, but when you come to think of it, the Danube served as a dividing line for like 5 centuries and certain influences didn't catch on equally on both banks.

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I tried to google 'arhitectura traditionala bulgareasca in romania' but didn't find anything relevant.
This style is not exclusively Bulgarian as you have witnessed. Perhaps it drew largely on pre-Ottoman traditions, maybe originally Byzantine. Nevertheless I doubt Bulgarians moving to Wallachia as emigrés or refugees would make houses along this particular line of architecture given the circumstances of such migrations.

The question is: who would employ the style on Romanian territory outside Dobrudzha, and why? Perhaps nobody else except for the Phanariotes and the broader hospodar clique...
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Old April 28th, 2014, 02:52 AM   #28
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At the border of Bulgaria, but along the Danube, or in Dobrudzha? I would have expected Constanta and especially Tulcea to retain at least several examples. Also perhaps Alexandria (Teleorman), on the Danube, but I doubt it.
Dobrudzha included, wich makes it more strange. Maybe it is explainable for Constanta, wich in 19th century still was basically a village, but Tulcea was already a town. Alexandria is not a good example because it was founded in 1834 after the plans of an austrian architector Otto von Moritz (thanks wikipedia). In terms of architecture the most beautiful romanian city along the Danube was the moldavian city of Galati. It is not anymore after ww2 and communist regime. It also didn't have buildings in this particular style.

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At first glance, probably, but when you come to think of it, the Danube served as a dividing line for like 5 centuries and certain influences didn't catch on equally on both banks.
The question is why this diving line emerged into such a big wall when it comes to architecture, because romanians and bulgarians are very alike when it comes to mentality and even traditions (this is just my opinion).

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This style is not exclusively Bulgarian as you have witnessed. Perhaps it drew largely on pre-Ottoman traditions, maybe originally Byzantine. Nevertheless I doubt Bulgarians moving to Wallachia as emigrés or refugees would make houses along this particular line of architecture given the circumstances of such migrations.
You got it right, I'm thinking about Principality of Wallachia, it's southern part.

By the way, what bulgarian city or town is the most representative for bulgarian architecture in you're opinion. Wich one has the most bulgarian feeling (population doesn't matter) so to say, besides Veliko Tyrnovo?

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The question is: who would employ the style on Romanian territory outside Dobrudzha, and why? Perhaps nobody else except for the Phanariotes and the broader hospodar clique...
Well this is exactly what I'm asking myself. Two countries that share a very large border, wich for centuries experienced the same ottoman influence, Romania to a lesser extent i would guess. You would expect if not exactly the same, at least a big resemblance of localities at the borderline.

PS. After some extra reading I found a plausible explanation. For almost 2 centuries the battleground between the ottomans and russian empire was, most of the times, the wallachian plain (and Crimea), Exactly the southern part of the principality, wich shares the big border with Bulgaria. So if this architectural style, so present in Bulgaria, existed there to some extent, it got wiped out. Also ottomans had many towers along the danube, so there was almost no city culture before 19th century as in northern part of Wallachia. This is why even today the difference is big between the two parts.
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Old April 28th, 2014, 04:47 AM   #29
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Dobrudzha included, wich makes it more strange. Maybe it is explainable for Constanta, wich in 19th century still was basically a village, but Tulcea was already a town.
Exactly, this sounds weird. Tulcea gained some importance and its status of a provincial capital should mean there were Ottoman-style buildings - individual houses, the konak, perhaps barracks for a garrison, etc. No specimens left at all there comes as a surprise.

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The question is why this diving line emerged intosuch a big wall when it comes to architecture
With the exception of Dobrudzha the main reason should be the absence of factors, mainly political (on the periphery of Ottoman domination) and subsequently demographic, i.e. no Anatolian Turcoman settlements who would have created the characteristic landscape of an Ottoman town like the innumerable ones scattered across what was Rumelia back then.

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because romanians and bulgarians are very alike when it comes to mentality and even traditions (this is just my opinion)
I agree. Also the communist dictatorships created similar conditions for the development of the socities in our countries.

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A large deal of the original, genuine, medieval Bulgarian architecture disappeared along the Ottoman conquest. What we talk about is a style foreign to the Balkans being introduced by Asiatic invaders. Nevertheless it represents a catalogue of landmark edifices that started appearing especially at the turn of 19th century and even earlier. As this drive symbolised a period of education progress, financial power and material expansion, the majority call it Bulgarian Revival Architecture.

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Wich one has the most bulgarian feeling (population doesn't matter) so to say, besides Veliko Tyrnovo?
To add to my opinion above, 'Bulgarian feeling' would be associated with architecture from the Revival - Plovdiv, Koprivshtitsa, Zlatograd, Bozhentsi, Elena, Bansko, Kovachevitsa, Staro Stefanovo, Arbanasi, Lovech, Zheravna, Dolen, etc. Other vibrant towns like Kalofer, Teteven and Kotel were sacked by Turkish bands in early 19th century and never recovered to their former architectural prominence and wealth. The place where I was born also had the same fate. In a final act of bestiality the fleeing Turks burnt down the town's main bazaar street. More than 800 shops and 100 houses were lost in the fires of winter 1877-1878. Nevertheless we still have a number of examples standing:
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Well this is exactly what I'm asking myself. Two countries that share a very large border, wich for centuries experienced the same ottoman influence, Romania to a lesser extent i would guess. You would expect if not exactly the same, at least a big resemblance of localities at the borderline.
There are two groups who could have constructed buildings in this style - Ottoman administration, practically absent in Wallachia, and Bulgarians. The latter fall into two groups - emigrés, individual or in groups running offices for pursuit of wealth via commerce, and refugees who I think lacked the say and the money to afford to care about such things as architectural tastes, not at least at the very beginning.

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PS. After some extra reading I found a plausible explanation. For almost 2 centuries the battleground between the ottomans and russian empire was, most of the times, the wallachian plain (and Crimea), Exactly the southern part of the principality, wich shares the big border with Bulgaria. So if this architectural style, so present in Bulgaria, existed there to some extent, it got wiped out. Also ottomans had many towers along the danube, so there was almost no city culture before 19th century as in northern part of Wallachia. This is why even today the difference is big between the two parts.
OK, this explains the situation to some extent!
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