Veliko Tarnovo is a Bulgarian word; it is a famous historical city in the middle of Bulgaria and the organizational centre of Veliko Tarnovo district. Veliko Tarnovo is situated on the Yantra River Tarnovo is well-known as the historical capital city of the next Bulgarian kingdom. It is very popular tourist destination, famous for its unique architectural design.
There are three older parts of the Tarnovo city; the other parts are situated on the mountains, Tsarevets, Trapezitsa, and Sveta Gora mounting amongst the range of the Yantra. The Tsarevets Mountains are the fortresses of the Bulgarian kings and the Patriarchate, the Patriarchal church, in addition to a number of managerial and housing monuments which are bordered by wide boundary walls.
Trapezitsa cliff is recognized for its numerous chapels and also for the past main house of the decency. The city was amongst the major European centres in the Middle Ages rich in the cultural values for which it was given the name to the structural design of the Tarnovo Artistic School. Veliko Tarnovo is a significant organizational, monetary, educational, and cultural centres in Bulgaria.
Nowadays the city is experiencing extensive building, which includes rebuilding of the old city and some of the structures on chronological streets. Also includes the two main universities which give the city a young and sophisticated sense.
Veliko Tarnovo has the weather, winter and summer. The standard minimum temperature in the winter is −7 °C, while the average maximum in summers is – 30 °C. The maximum temperature recorded was 41.1 °C and the lowest was −28.1 °C according to the unofficial channels the minimum temperature recorded was -35 °C.
|Facts About Veliko Turnovo|
|Area Total||30.379 km2|
|Population||200,292 Metro Census February 2011|
|Time zone in Winter||EET (UTC+2)|
|DST in Summer||EEST (UTC+3)|