Posts Tagged ‘oak tree’

Param(o)un(t) revisited

September 14, 2009

Passing by Param(o)un(t) and Erma River Gorge in the serene tranquility of west Bulgaria country side, I couldn’t help stopping by the centuries-old oak tree and see how it looks a year later. Magnificent as I’ve always known it.


Centuries-old oak tree, 2009

Village of Nasalevtsi

August 31, 2008

An awesome 600+ centuries-old oak tree in the small village of Nasalevtsi (some 10 kms away from the town Tran). Under the magnificent shade of the oak tree is the Church “Nativity of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos”.

Centuries-old oak tree

Centuries-old oak tree & the Church in Nasalevtsi

And up the slope of the hill at the top where the rock can be seen (known by the local people as Щърби камик [The Clipped Stone] passes the border between Bulgaria and Serbia. One of those little-known, but peaceful & most relaxing nature spots in Bulgaria.


Щърби камик [The Clipped Stone]