Illegal Buildings Demolished at Top Bulgarian Beach Resort

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Bulgarian Authorities Demolish Illegal Buildings at Top Beach Resort: Illegal Buildings Demolished at Top Bulgarian Beach Resort Bulgaria’s largest and most popular summer resort Sunny Beach is plagued by illegal buildings. File photo

The Bulgarian authorities have demolished more than 15 illegal buildings in the country's largest and most popular summer resort Sunny Beach.

The buildings have been located mostly on the sand in the northern beach of the resort.

The action had begun precisely at midnight Monday into Tuesday, which was the deadline given to owners to remove the establishments on their own. Most, however, failed to undertake any move in that direction.

From a total of 45 illegal buildings on the northern beach only 3 had been dismantled voluntarily. Those remaining will be demolished after the end of the active season over the need to use heavy construction equipment.

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#4
SLUTS AND WHORES - 3 Jan 2014 // 13:03:45

Fancy a fuck on my slutty long time ago ex girlfriend while i sit back and watch like a dumb ass... then come to 23 Dimitar Street, Sofia. My Engerish is poor quality and need to get back to London but I have a criminal record so I cant get back in.

I should not have taken so many drugs getting high and stolen and been a shit jobless boy so now i write bad english arricles for Novinite.

Illya Kalchev

#3
Illya young boy - 3 Jan 2014 // 12:38:54

Oi cunt face. I hadnt finished speaking to you. SILVIA said you were a fucking lame temper-some peace of shit and to avoid you. I think she was right. But i think we've got a few more things to go tho.

Your current address is 23 Dimitar Manov Street, Sofia, Bulgaria right?

Ill be emailing a few photos from throughout the entire year over to your email.

Cheers fuck head.

#2
ilya - 10 Aug 2011 // 14:42:39

at least the illegal buildings are being destroyed, which shows that there is hope in bulgaria for actions being taken by government to clean up corruption.

#1
from Dallas, TX - 9 Aug 2011 // 16:53:46

My question is: "Who is paying for all that? I would think that the state should demolish the buildings and bill the owners for it! I don't want my parents' tax money to be spent for some other guy's contemptuous flouting the law.

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