Tasharvat

Tasharvat

A little concrete area has been built here, with a somewhat incoherent Soviet-era sculpture and an inscription reporting that the place was constructed in 1978 by Bulgarian builders. A lever brings forth water from a metal pipe. Another inscription resolves that, through this spring, the roots of Bulgarian–Soviet friendship will never dry up. Three stone benches allow the weary traveller to sit and contemplate Bulgarian–Soviet friendship. Behind the spring, a ravine is the subject of a sign in Russian warning of fine for trespassing. On the hillside beyond this stand the ruins of a caravansaray, hinting that this place once lay on one of the branches of the Silk Road.

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