National Geographic : 1934 Apr
© National Geographic Society A TURKISH MILL SLEEPS BY THE BLACK SEA This relic survives the days of Crescent rule in the Dobruja. Beyond rise white chalk cliffs, framed by blue water and clear sky, which have won for this sunny region around Balcic the name "Silver Coast." Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien SUCH A GARDENMAY WELL TEMPT AQUEEN A wrought-iron gate opens onto the flower-bordered terrace of Balcic Castle (see Plate VIII). Many flowers familiar toAmerican garden-lovers are cultivatedinRomania, where theclimate resembles that of central New York State.