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Bulgarian mobile home takes part in a specialized exhibition in Germany

Once parked, the innovative caravan triples its space

Photo: Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann

Bulgaria presented an innovative mobile home that weighs 3,400 kilograms at the Caravan Salon exhibition in the German city of Düsseldorf. The project is the work of Kamen Stankov and his team from Varna. The mobile home, romantically named "Vaya", is nearly 38 square metres in its sprawling state - with a verandah that has an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor TV and a place to relax. Inside it has - bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, toilet and living room. With the awning, its total area becomes 56 square meters. The Bulgarian portable holiday home is named after the picturesque Vaya River in the Irakli Protected Area and Vaya Beach, thus emphasizing its connection to nature. At the exhibition in Düsseldorf, the Bulgarians received valuable advice on how they could lighten the caravan's weight by another 200 kilograms, as well as many interesting ideas from investors and users to improve their project.

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