Here are some pictures that show the visits of our students to other countries due to some Erasmus + projects. And, of course, cultural images of different countries. These actions continue the idea of the ” Youthtour ” transborder Turkish – Bulgarian project. It shows sustainability and durability. This is how we measure again the value of… Read More ” Youthtour “
Continue working on other tourism research projects. Presentations for various tourist sites. Education, culture and tourism.
Traditional Bulgarian dishes that guests present. Very delicious food. Exchange of recipes and instructions on how to prepare them. \
Tourist road and visit to the area Kabile.
Visiting tourist sites, ethnographic museum landmarks in the town of Yambol.
Visit to cultural and historical landmarks in Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. Visit to Schönbrunn Castle, St. Stephen’s Cathedral and Hundertwasser House
Architectural information about the oldest railway station, which is known as the old railway station of Edirne and which is still in existence before the construction of the existing building, can be found on the postcards of the old times. The first garage building was built in 1872 (Ahunbay, 1989: 567), where there is another… Read More THE OLD TRAIN STATION
In the drug production, the Ottomans used methods that Islamic medicine had acquired from ancient civilizations. Minerals were pulverized and cleaned by soaking in water. Juices of medical herbs and some fruits were pressed and oils extracted. Some substances were boiled down to a certain level, others were collected from the froth. Other frequently used… Read More Mеthods of drug production in the Museum of Medicine-Edirne
GAZI MIHAL MOSQUE Gazi Mihal Mosque (tr. Gazi Mihal Cami) is just one of countlesshistoric buildings of the former capital of the Ottoman Empire, Edirne. The mosque was built on the order of Gazi Mihal in 1422, as is stated on an inscription. Originally, the mosque was part of a larger complex of buildings, which… Read More GAZİ MİHAL CAMİ
The Sultan Bayezid II Dar al-Shifa’ consisted of two interconnected courtyards and three sections forming the hospital property. In the first yard (Bîrun), there was a series of six rooms, where doctors, ophthalmologists, and surgeons made the fi rst examinations of the patients (policlinic). In some rooms, mental patients were isolated. To the left… Read More SULTAN BAYEZID II DAR AL-SHIFA’