On Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, in the farthest southern part of the Burgas Bay, some 35 km south of the city of Burgas, on a small rocky peninsula lays the top miracle of the Balkan country – the ancient town of Sozopol.
The town, with a population of about 5 000, is one of the oldest settlements on the Bulgarian coast. A one hundred-meter long strip of land connects it to the mainland....
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