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village of Yerusalimovo (Lyubimets) and village of Izvorovo (Harmanli) in Haskovo, Bulgaria
The Bakarlia Protected Area is located on the territory of Haskovo Municipality and encompasses the Baker Dere river and the slopes of Sakar Mountain - low rocky massifs with many reptiles, including: the javelin sand boa, the sheltopusik, the blotched snake, the two terrestrial tortoises and others. From the amphibians, one can encounter the Eastern spadefoot toad which is included in the Red Book.

An important site for the conservation of the long-legged buzzard, the black stork, and the lesser spotted eagle. Regarding mammals, one can see here the European ground squirrel, the red deer, and the European roe deer.


Events from the two border regionsTraining on eTOURIST project in Greece
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece

A 3-day training "Traditional culinary and wines" within the project „Promotion and development of natural and ...

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EUROPEAN COMMISSION - PRESS RELEASE  Coronavirus: Commission encourages and facilitates cross-border treatment of patients ...

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Мessage about the Covid-19 virus
Мessage about the Covid-19 virus

Dear Members of the Interreg Community, True to our institutional responsibility, the Managing Authority of European ...

03.04.2020 Read
Promoting and developing the natural and cultural heritage of the Bulgarian-Greek cross-border region through smart and electronic instruments - eTOURIST

"This webpage has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of the webpage are sole responsibility of and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the participating countries the Managing Authority and the Joint Secretariat".

"The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme."
European UnionThe project is implemented with the financial support of the EU