A large number of Dutch couples are willing to tie the knot on June 6, apparently inspired by 666 referred as the "Number of the Beast."
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
The record sum of over EUR 1 M has been gathered by the charity initiative "The Bulgarian Christmas" held under the patronage of president Georgi Parvanov.
More than 20,000 people have visited the Bulgaria in Miniatures exhibition to see scaled models of some of the country's most spectacular historic and cultural sites. After travelling across the country for about a year, now the exhibition has found a pe
A total of 65 calls have been registered December 31 and January 1 within the seventh national campaign "Baby 2006" of the Bulgarian "9 months" magazine. A total of 33 girls and 32 boys have been registered in the campaign.
Tourism conditions in Bulgaria's mountainous resorts are excellent at present. Bulgaria's National Radio reported that all ski fans in Bulgaria are able to enjoy the pleasure of their sport at the tracks as the weather and the snow cover in the mountains
Concerts, fireworks, and an unusually mild winter night heralded the New 2006 Year in Sofia.
The sailors aboard the latest ship from the fleet of the Bulgarian River Shipping were the first to herald the New 2006 along the Eastern coast of Australia.
The New Year will come in Bulgaria at 10:00 pm GMT (London time). Bucharest, Athens, Ankara as well as Cairo in Egypt, Johannesburg in South Africa, Jerusalem in Israel, Helsinki in Finland will greet January 1 in the same second.
Bulgarian-born Stanislav Ianevski, who stars in the latest Hollywood blockbuster Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, has decided to spend the holidays in Bulgaria, it became clear Thursday night, when he appeared at a Sofia bar. Ianevski's choice of pla
A Scottish university has launched a study on how clothes affect perception of the female bottoms. Heriot-Watt University's School of Textiles and Design will reportedly give the first scientific answer to women's question "What clothes make my bum look
France's Louvre to Exhibit Treasures of Thracian King Seuthes III
Bulgaria Drops to 106th in World Press Freedom Index