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Silistra

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Silistra (Bulgarian: Силистра) is a city in Northeastern Bulgaria.

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Silistra lies on the banks of Danube and is home of about 50,000 people.

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Buss and train connections to Rouse, Dobrich, Varna, Shoumen, Razgrad. Train to Sofia Via Rousse og Gorna Oryahovica. Ferry terminal /Romanian operated, 500m from border crossing point/ to Calarasi at the other side of the Danube.

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  • Medgidi Tabia Fortress. Otoman empire fortress and museum on the hill over the town
  • Roman tomb - 4 ad. Rich decorated roman tomb /never used/ from 4 ad


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  • Srebarna Nature Reserve (Природен резерват Сребърна) — Lying about 18 km west of Silistra and 2 km south of banks of Danube, close to the village of the same name, this nature reserve surrounding a quite shallow lake (3 mt of depth at its maximum) which is an important stop over point for migratory birds, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The reserve also houses a museum which exhibits stuffed animals typical to the area.



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