Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas promote Bulgarian tourism
The three actors praise diversity of landscapes in Bulgaria, which makes it ideal for those in the film industry who want to film in spectacular locations and affordable at the same time. They are joined by other celebrities such as Adrien Brody and Jason Statham (known for his roles in Guy Ritchie), writes Mediafax.
“The clip did not cost us even one lev” said Nikolina Angelkova, Minister of Tourism of Bulgaria, Sofia Globe reports.
“After the Harry Potter films in England tourism increased by 50%. Game of Thrones filmed in Croatia, increased its popularity as a holiday destination country “, she exemplified the reasons that Bulgaria wants to focus on promoting its ties with Hollywood.
Bulgaria‘s promotion material was developed in partnership with Sofia Boyana studios not, who worked on blockbusters like “300: Rise of an Empire,” “Conan the Barbarian”, “Spartacus” series or “The Expendables“.
5 Black Sea beaches less known
However, for those who want to spend a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of tourist resorts, there are few beaches on the Black Sea that would be pleasing to them.
3. Durankulak, Bulgaria – located 10 kilometers south of the border Romania – Bulgaria, shortly before Durankulak village, the beach is quiet, with few tourists.
5. Tyulenovo, Bulgaria – is very close to Vama Veche, in Bulgaria. It is especially suitable for lovers of thrills, as if you want to swim must have the courage to jump into the water from the rocks.
The news of the discovery of an intact ancient ship preserved on the bottom of the Black Sea, a thousand miles deep along the Bulgarian coast, has recently been around the world.
“It is the oldest ship in the world, 2,400 years old”, announced the Black Sea Maritime Archeology Project (MAP) team, which has conducted research in Bulgarian waters for three years. The international project is carried out by specialists from the University of Southampton, UK, in collaboration with researchers from institutions in Bulgaria, Greece, Sweden, United States of America. Experts researched more than 40 wrecks, many of them unmatched, descending to depths of over 150 meters underwater submarine robots (ROV).
New data has thus been collected about the history of mankind and navigation since ancient times, as the Black Sea is considered one of the best underwater laboratories due to the deep-free oxygen layer, which makes it possible to keep vestiges better than any other marine environment. The spectacular result of “the largest maritime expedition” (as it is known) will be featured in a documentary by BBC awards and will be broadcast on specialty channels.
Cape Tuzla is considered a Bermuda Triangle in the Romanian Black Sea, due to the relief and currents. Here was also the first littoral on the seashore, which came into service in 1900. It still works today, passing in 1958 from the oil lamps to electricity. It is 44 meters tall and has a beam of light that beats within a radius of 20 nautical miles to the height of 62 meters. It has two intermittent white lights and a fixed red light indicating to seafarers that they are in dangerous, shallow waters.