One of the two big port cities on the Black Sea coast has been declared for several years "Bulgaria's best town to live in."
Unlike almost everything else on the coast that has centuries and in some cases millennia of history, this is originally a 19th Century settlement that rapidly expanded in the first decades of its existence to incorporate a wide variety of ethnic minorities arriving to avoid Balkan war, poverty and ethnic cleansing, and build a little Brooklyn where the chief purpose was to make money rather than chase the ghosts of the past.
Little remains of the town's original urban culture, however. At present, it is a major commercial and transport hub, with a big airport with direct flights to London and elsewhere. It is the gateway to larger and smaller resort areas on the Black Sea coast that see hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
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