Bulgarian Cyrillic Road Signs

The Bulgarian language is written with a Cyrillic alphabet, which I have no idea how to read or even pronounce. It’s difficult enough trying to figure out which town I am in or where I need to go. But when it comes to ordering food at a restaurant, reading the packaging on items at the supermarket, or asking for directions, it’s almost impossible.

This photo was taken at a small park just off the road near Balgari, Bulgaria. I stopped to rest for a moment because I had spent the last couple hours trying to separate myself from a large swarm of flies that were buzzing constantly around my face, back, legs and hands while I was riding.

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