Picture book for "The Historian"

Vampire travels across Europe

Roman Wall in Sofia

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Chapter 60.


“I must tell you first that I had a little apartment near the Roman Wall in Sofia”

I found this reference from here

Roman wall in Sofia, also known as the old wall is not really Roman. It is a Ottoman construction. It is believed that it was built in the first centuries of Ottoman rule. It forms part of a small square building, whose purpose has several theories. For the most reasonable assumption is believed that this is a tomb of a prominent Turkish building erected within the Turkish cemeteries, which were present before the liberation of the region. According to other information it is a “part of” namazgyaf “- where he served imam prayer for those who go for pilgrimage. End walls were lined large stones on which prospective pilgrims foot to get on their horses.”

Interesting that the Turks built it !

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Written by Gillian

July 16, 2012 at 11:52 am

Posted in Chapter 60

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