Photographs of scenes from Plovdiv, named on September 5 2014 as an international jury’s recommendation for European Capital of Culture 2019.
Part of the main shopping street, with the Roman Stadium and its newly-opened coffee shop.
Photographing the ‘Super Moon’ in the Old Town of Plovdiv, summer 2014.
House in the Old Town
The recently-renovated Boris Christoff House of Culture
Ancient Baths, Plovdiv
The Odeon Roman archaeological site, Plovdiv
The Plovdiv house in which opera great Boris Christoff was born.
Plovdiv, as of September 2014, claims Europe’s longest pedestrian zone.
Mural in an underpass in Plovdiv by Yoan Leviev
The Small Basilica, where a new museum was opened in summer 2013.
In the Old Town, Plovdiv. Photo: Clive Leviev-Sawyer
Restaurant at the Drama Theatre, Plovdiv. Photo: Clive Leviev-Sawyer
Monument to Philip Makedonski, municipal hall, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Photo: Clive Leviev-Sawyer
City Hall, Plovdiv
Ancient Roman Stadium, Plovdiv. Photo: Clive Leviev-Sawyer
(All photos: (c) Clive Leviev-Sawyer and (c) Leah Sawyer)
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