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На изток от Константинопол
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14 December 2008

East of Constantinople

“East of Constantinople” (by Dimana Trankova, the editor of Highflights, and Antoni Georgiev, the editor of Vagabond) is a luxurious album, displaying the most remarkable places and cultures in Anatolia – from the mystic and always covered with clouds Ararat to the ruins of Aphrodisias, from the marvelous Sanliurfa to the ghostly Ani, from the breathtaking Mardin to the enormous Lake Van and so on.

The Turkish Anatolia is one of the most interesting places on the earth, but unlike them it is only 10 hours away from Sofia by car.

About the Author
Dimana  Trunkova

Dimana Trankova (b. 1980) is an archaeologist by education and a journalist by vocation. She has authored over a thousand articles on travel, politics, history and archaeology in her native Bulgaria. She is the co-author of several bestselling non-fiction books such as “East of Constantinople/Travels in Unknown Turkey” (2008), “A Guide to Jewish Bulgaria” (2011), “A Guide to Ottoman Bulgaria” (2011, 2012), “The Turks of Bulgaria” (2012) and “Hidden Treasures of Bulgaria, Vol. 2” (2014). She has been the executive editor of “Highflights,” Bulgaria’s English-Bulgarian travel magazines, and of “Go Greece!,” Bulgaria’s magazine about Greece. “The Smile of the Dog" (Colibri, 2014) is her first novel.

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