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Cartwheel and corn: Bulgaria photos 8

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The wheels are from a karuca (каруца) cart, a horse-pulled low vehicle still used commonly enough in Bulgaria for there to be necessary signs on certain larger roads.
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Many karuca are traditionally painted in intricate folk designs. Image below taken from here
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The modern karuca lives on in many forms. Image below from Varna, here.

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Author: Theskinflintphilosopher

Call me thrifty, prudent, tight or even a miser, but squirreling money away is definitely my thing. The ins and outs of how saving money became a lifestyle, in order to work towards a specific lifestyle change. Follow me on that journey and learn to look at life in a different way.

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