The National Historic Museum in Sofia hosted the "Kukeri" group of the Bulgarian Leskovets village.
Charming beauty Diana Petrova, Face of November, was picked Face of Bulgaria's Fashion Channel. A total of 12 faces of all 12 months of the year competed in the event, which took place for the sixth time in Sofia.
Sensational DJ Paul Oakenfold, record producer and one of the best-known DJs worldwide, will usher the new 2006 in Bulgaria's club music on January 12. He will throw a major party in Sofia for 1000 selected guests.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov visited Bansko for the launch of the national campaign under the motto "Lets rebuild a depository of Bulgaria's memory" that aims to collect funds for the Zograf monastery. An initiative committee launched the beginni
An intriguing exhibition of pictures embedded with sayings of popular Bulgarian author Ivan Kulekov struggles to support financially the Arts School in Sofia.
Two thieves have broken into a museum in the northern Serbian city Novi Sad, stealing four valuable paintings, including works by Rembrandt and Rubens. Police say the masked robbers entered the City Museum early Sunday morning and tied up the guards.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Rumen Petkov personally returned a valuable bronze sculpture stolen last weekend from the art collection of renowned Bulgarian painter Svetlin Russev. "Head" by Anguel Stanev has a price set at 4 000 euros, but with the poten
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was lightly injured and received15 stitches to repair a cut lip after a minor traffic accident Sunday. Schwarzenegger was traveling on his motorcycle with his son Patrick in a sidecar, when another driver backed
With a variety of colourful rituals, Bulgaria honoured midwives Sunday on the annual Babinden festival. Traditions have it that early in the morning the midwives visit the children they have delivered, and wash their faces with water.
Al Pacino and Scarlett Johansson will star together in a love drama shot in Bulgaria. Napoleon And Betsy is a project of Nu Image Bulgaria, a subsidiary of the US movie company Nu Image, which stepped in Bulgaria in 1998.
American scientists say they have proved soccer to be the most exciting of all sports. The reason is soccer's element of surprise, according to researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, US.
The newest scenario of The Prince and the Pauper, Bulgaria-made, has won the hearts and minds of international audience. The film by Mariana Evstatieva-Biolcheva was awarded the Grand Prix at the International Children's Film Festival in Minsk, Belarus.
Former Governor of Nevada Bob Miller did not betray his taste and showed Thursday that even in Bulgaria he preferred a good old hamburger, when he walked into a McDonalds in Sofia. Miller enjoyed his lunch accompanied by Maxim Behar, CEO of M3 Communicat
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