Depeche Mode will thrill Bulgarian fans again coming next year to stage a third concert here.
The Archeological Museum in Sofia has considerably enlarged its exhibition adding some of the latest archeological findings to its collection. This year, when the museum celebrates a centenary, archeologists from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences made qu
Fifteen Bulgarians will celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve at the country's Antarctic base. Ten scientists are presently there, and another five are about to join them in the upcoming days, an Antarctic scholar said in Sofia Tuesday.
All Bulgarian children who send a Christmas letter to Santa Clause this year will receive an answer from him. That was what Santa has told the Bulgarian Posts.
Maxim Behar, publisher of Sofia News Agency, has been pronounced Honorary Citizen of his hometown Shumen in the northeast of Bulgaria, as he turned 50, December 10.
Miss Iceland, Unnur Birna Vilhjalmsdottir was crowned Miss World 2005 in the coastal resort of Sanya, China. Miss Mexico, Dafne Molina Lona, was the first runner-up, and Miss Puerto Rico, Ingrid Marie Rivera Santos, was ranked third in the contest.
Bulgarian girls Viktoria Kimonova, 13, and Stela Karpuzova, 11, swept most of the awards at Kiev children's beauty pageant Miss Teen International 2005. A total of 60 children aged 5 to 15 participated in the contest.
Bulgaria born conceptual artist Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude will receive the Premio Lorenzo il Magnifico for Lifetime Career Achievement at the Florence Biennale. The internationally renowned artists will present a projection on their work at the
The legendary Smokie will be in Bulgaria to take part in the New Year's Eve concert. The news was broken by the management of the Bulgarian National Television, which is organizing the major event every year.
All Bulgarian students mark on December 8th their holiday. The Day of the Bulgarian students was first marked in 1903 in the country's Sofia University and has been celebrated ever since both by current and former students.
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