Last month the government Agency for “Roads Infrastructure” (API) announced dates for a series of meetings to consult with local people on the proposed routes for the new highway between Ruse and Veliko Tarnovo, as reported by VT-Today Nov 23rd: Ruse-Veliko-Tarnovo-Highway.
The new road has an approximate length of 133 km. The beginning of the project is 3 km east of the existing Danube Bridge near Ruse and ends just south of Veliko Tarnovo, connecting with the existing road I-55 between the small towns of Kilifarevo and Debelets. The project is divided into three main sections: from Ruse to Byala, the bypass of the town of Byala and the section from Byala to Veliko Tarnovo.
A total of 10 meetings took place between November 28th and December 1st……
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Sveta Gora Park starts near the Asenevtsi Monument
The largest public park in Veliko Tarnovo, Sveta Gora, is currently under reconstruction after years of neglect and is expected to be ready for everyone to enjoy by June this year. The total cost of the project is expected to amount to 1 million euro. This is said to be only the first stage of the thorough transformation of this favourite place of past years. A Ferris wheel, just like the one which was once perched on top of Sveta Gora hill will be reinstalled during the next stage of reconstruction; the panoramic views from the observation wheel are said to be unique. Also a Fairy-tale house will be set up; kids will be able to meet their favourite cartoon characters and to have hours of fun among them. An open-air reading room will also be available.
Two entrepreneurs have studied in Germany to find a new healthy way of providing snacks to their children and the rest of Veliko Tarnovo. They have learned how to transform nuts, seeds, cracked millet and honey into delicious alternatives to wafers and chocolate. Many of the ingredients are sourced locally and provide a great source of energy. The couple studied in a pastry school in Germany which has given them the skills to set up and transform a former bakery and grain store in the village of Musina. They are adamant that all of the ingredients are natural and the new health bars don’t contain any glucose or other additives to sweeten or bind the mixture. Other natural ingredients include pistachios, cranberries, almonds, apple, pecan and plum. They have chosen their current location as it is more cost effective to produce the new healthy bars in Musina rather than in the centre of Veliko Tarnovo. Similar foods are already produced or imported into Veliko Tarnovo, but this has a negative effect on cost and guarantee about the source of ingredients.
Every year we see the storks revisit their nests around the municipality of VT, but do we ever really know where they have been and the distance they travel? Well now experts of “Green balkans” have placed transmitters and rings on 2 young storks born this year in Polikraishte. There first few tentative flights tracked them to neighbouring roofs and electricity pylons, but since have flown to Varbitsa, 20km east of their nest. After this first tandem voyage they have split up opted for completely different routes. One has headed north, 95km near Rousse and the other south across the Balkan mountains near the town Yambol.
The transmitters will allow the opportunity to follow the path of young storks, witnessing their dangerous and long journey south, and with even greater hopes of their return. The name of the study is called “White Stork and is funded by the European Business Congress to promote conservation. This project is being implemented simultaneously in also Russia, Armenia, The Czech Rebulic and Slovenia.