This time I would like to talk about a place where I've been some years ago. A jewel inside the surprisingly not well-known Bulgaria.
This place is called Belogradchik Rocks: one of the World's heritage sites located in the North-West of the country, close to the Danube river.
These weird-shaped rocks are the result of millions of years of sea water that used to cover the land. The compression of the salty water mixed with the sand contribute to the erosion of the rocks as they are nowadays.
As I anticipated before, I have been there some years ago and here's the picture of me (on the right) with other Erasmus friends from italy, Belgium and Netherlands. Good old times!
Have a nice Sunday :)