A grand rock festival is to take place on June 14,15, the Bulgarian Rock foundation announced. The event is the first of a series of initiatives of the foundation for reviving the Bulgarian music.
Money is vital when it concerns life. In the case of children who need liver transplantation this vital sum is DEM 180,000.
The art festival “Bulgarian Days,” promoting the unique Bulgarian culture, took place from May 23 till June 4 in the Swiss town of La Chaux-de-Fonds. The association “Bulgarian seasons” organized the event.
The first biography of Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg was launched Thursday at the national Library in Madrid, during a presentation attended by hundreds of people. Prince Kardam of Turnovo pronounced the final words and they were followed by a prolong
2001 was the seventh consecutive year of strong growth, in number of hotels and business volume for Radisson SAS, the Annual report 2001 of the chain shows. By the end of the year 152 hotels were in operation or under construction under the Radisson SAS b
The world-famous Latino rock star Manu Chao arrived in Sofia for his concert June 5 at the Winter Sports Palace. According to the organizers the concert can continue from 0ne hour and a half to four hours, depending on the mood of the audience.
The film "Quo Vadis" of prominent Polish director Jerzy Kawalerowicz opened the first Black Sea Star international cinema festival June 2. Kawalerowicz, who was awarded for his contribution to the world cinema, said preparations for this film have been go
On June 2 at 12 pm sharp the traffic in the entire country was halted for one minute. Exactly at noon the sirens in all Bulgarian town and villages were turned on to honor the memory of Hristo Botev and all those who perished for the freedom of Bulgaria.
A huge drawing - mosaic of drawings of over 120 children - was displayed on June 1 at the terrace of the National Art Gallery. The children drew over the topic “I love the most…” during the Children Day on Alexander Batenberg square.
On May 24, Bulgaria marked the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and Slav Letters, celebrating the mission of the Sts Cyril and Methodius. A prayer was held at Alexander Nevsky Cathedral for Sts Cyril and Methodius.
A book, exploring all speculations and clues concerning the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II went out on the Bulgarian market the day before the historic visit of the Pope to Bulgaria (www.popeinbulgaria.
An exquisite gilt copy of the rhyton from the Panagyursko Treasure will be given to the Pope as a present by the Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv and Vinprom Peshtera. As required by the protocol, the rhyton, together with the written address to His Holin
The Bulgarian edition of the book dedicated to Pope John Paul II was presented at the Polish Institute in Sofia. Written by Father Mechislav Malinski, a friend from the childhood years of Karol Wojtyla, it is translated by Yuliyan Bozhkov.
The remarkable writer Yordan Radichkov, described as the incredible Bulgarian and the Kafka of Sofia, is to address the Pope with a short speech at Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture May 24 (www.popeinbulgaria.
Abbot Naum from the Bachkovski Monastery consecrated the icon, to be presented as a gift to Pope John Paul II in Plovdiv, during his visit to Bulgaria (www.popeinbulgaria.
The first biography of Pope John Paul II in Bulgarian is already out on the market. The life of Karol Wojtyla takes an unexpected turn after a tragic accident, which makes him become fully aware of his call to the priesthood.
"The Mystery of the Bulgarian voices" will take part in the concert on the occasion of Pope John Paul II visit to Bulgaria (www.popeinbulgaria.
Internationally acclaimed Polish director and screenwriter Krzysztof Zanussi, famous for his 1984 film Life as a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease was awarded on May 13 with the honorary title “Doctor Honoris Causa” by the New Bulgarian University. Zan
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg was welcomed with huge respect and attention in the Bulgarian monastery of St. George Zographou in the all-male sanctuary - the secluded Christian Orthodox monastic community of Mount Athos.
Svetlozar Eldurov's book "Catholics in Bulgaria: 1878-1989" is the first ever comprehensive study of that period in the history of the Catholic community in Bulgaria. The work is based on extensive archival research and is comparable in scope to Prof.
”John Paul II a long journey toward Bulgaria -Between the fear and hope" is th etitle of the 52 minutes documentary film to be transmitted on Channel One on the Bulgarian National TV 10 May 2002. The film is made in March this year in Vatican City and Ro
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