Bulgaria to Get Luxury Tourist Attraction

A London-based real estate agency is launching a project to build a luxury tourist complex on Bulgaria's Cape Kaliakra on the Black Sea. The complex, to be called Azure del Mar, will be one of the most impressive seaside tourist destinations, according to The Sofia Weekly. The first phase of construction includes building 135 apartments and villas in the old Arabic architectural style, the paper reported. Azure del Mar also will have a system of open canals powered by water pumped from the Black Sea. Plans are also in place for a glass elevator that will take tourists down to the beach.

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