The Kresna Gorge is a spectacular steep valley in southwestern Bulgaria. The state of Bulgaria (България transliterated bg-Latn ''Balgaria'' The country preserves the traditions (in ethnic name language and alphabet of the First Bulgarian It was formed by the Struma River, which stems from the Vitosha mountains and flows into the Aegean Sea. Strymon redirects here For the Strymon Gulf see Strymonian Gulf. Vitosha (Витоша is a Mountain massif, on the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Etymology In ancient times there were various explanations for the name Aegean. The gorge is rich in biodiversity which may be endangered by the project to build the Struma Motorway which is a part of Trans European Corridor No. Biodiversity is the variation of Life forms within a given Ecosystem, Biome or for the entire Earth. 4.
The Kresna Gorge was the arena of a battle between Bulgaria and Greece during the 1913 Second Balkan War. Greece (Ελλάδα transliterated: Elláda, historically, Ellás,) officially the Hellenic Republic (Ελληνική Δημοκρατία The Second Balkan War was fought in 1913 between Bulgaria on one side and its First Balkan War allies Serbia, Greece, and Montenegro The Greek army was effectively trapped in the valley but the Bulgarians were unable to signal their victory to the Bulgarian negotiators in Bucharest, where a peace treaty unfavourable to Bulgaria's territorial aspirations was signed. Bucharest ( Romanian: Bucureşti) is the Capital city, industrial and commercial centre of Romania. The Treaty of Bucharest was concluded on August 10, 1913, by the delegates of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro