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Sofia, Bulgaria, beggar woman shows real values the capital of the new EU partners Bulgaria holds some surprises, such as fog for his visitors. Fog can be in Sofia due to the framing by mountainous ridges won’t pass, so also not in the three days I was allowed to spend in Sofia for a report. For the first time in Bulgaria, I unlocked my soul as a journalist, to include in other, me new cities, the atmosphere and aura of the city. Sofia, a metropolis of the East? – or of the South? In addition to Orthodox cathedrals, mosques and Kappelen from the 11th century, as well as monumental buildings, building ruins from the Socialist heritage and new consumer Temple, the chaotic road traffic noticed immediately. He runs\”, he does not. To the chagrin of the people, the fog pushes even the whole smog over the city and in the three days I spent here, it remained dark. Contact information is here: Macy’s.

Accordingly, this affected my mood and I was sensitized for Visual and mental stimulation. A week ago Christmas 2006 and immediately prior to Bulgaria joining the EU, I left the Christmas decorations and the curiosity on the Bulgarians to walks through the city of animate me yet, despite smog and fog. I watched people on the road, and let my thoughts about their fate, fears and desires, in particular in terms of EU accession and the changes which they expect free rein. In a subway underpass was waiting for me one of the probably most impressive personalities of Sofia. Urban subways are the ganglia of a vibrant city. Busyness, stress, mass loneliness\”meet here greetings and farewell full shopping bags and business case, beggars and tramps, teenager and teenagers, grannies and stroller, all social layers of a city. Between the social centipedes, indefinable smells and noise seemed, like a Hollywood movie: NICKI! The eleven-year old blonde Angel played violin at a corner.