The traditional Spring Book Fair is welcoming guests and visitors free of charge on its first day, May 24, in Sofia's Palace of Culture.
Numerous festivities across the country marked May 24 - the Day of Bulgarian Education, Culture and Slavic Letters. It has justifiably earned the recognition as the most outstandingly Bulgarian holiday as it pays tribute to Slav enlighteners Sts.
The Foreign Arts Gallery has surprised Sofia citizens Tuesday evening with a rain of lights pouring down from all its sides. The impressive illumination is part of a municipal project to make key historic and cultural buildings in the two million capital
On the eve of the Day of Bulgarian Letters and Culture, the elite of Bulgarian cultural life received numerous official awards and recognition.
The Bulgarian art students, who won scholarships from the "Gallery of Bulgarian Talents" fund staged a high-quality music performance Monday evening in the prestigious Bulgaria Hall. The varied program of the concert at the State Music Academy featured a
Two of Bulgaria's young beauty celebrities have graduated school and seized the opportunity to show attention-worthy body curves. Miss Bulgaria 2005 Rositsa Ivanova and fellow Miss Tourism Teodora Andreeva stepped out together from the First Private Engl
The lively works of Astrid Lindgren and her charming characters inspired many Bulgarian children to sit down and put down on paper and in vivid colours their view of the characters. A total of 19 pictures by the young talents were awarded in the contest
The major international hip-hop graffiti festival "Meeting of Styles 2006" will take place in Bulgaria for the first time May 27 to 28. The major event will be carried out in the Black Sea capital Varna that will welcome over 40 of Europe's best graffiti
Bulgarian-born Canadian fan of extreme sensations Ivan Kristoff, largely known as Spiderman, will present his aerial photos of paragliding in Bulgaria. "Through the Eye of the Spider" will open in Bulgaria's second city of Plovdiv on Tuesday, showing for
Angel-voiced Andrea Bocelli and acclaimed Bulgarian soprano Tsvetelina Maldzhanska enchanted Sofia on Sunday in the National Palace of Culture. The 90-minute long show only included opera pieces, to the dismay of those who prefer Bocelli's lighter songs.
The number of HIV positive people in Bulgaria totals 623, according to the latest registers, experts announced on the AIDS International Candlelight Memorial. AIDS has already killed over 280 Bulgarians, but many believe that the number of infected is th
An unseen number of Bulgarians suffer from allergies this year, media revealed. The record amount of pollen in the atmosphere has brought about a boom in allergies even among people who normally don't sneeze too much when flowers start blooming.
Five Bulgarian Museums will keep their doors open for visitors until midnight on Saturday, as part of the European initiative Night of the Museums. Four of these museums are in Sofia and one in seaside's Varna.
For the past six years the theatres in Bulgaria have diminished by 10, and are now 75, the National Statistics Institute (NSI) says. In 2005 about a million and a half Bulgarians have seen a theatrical performance, which is close to half a million less t
The sanctuary located in the Bulgarian village of Tatul has an almost identical analog in Syria. The founder of the Tatul sanctuary professor Nikolay Ovcharov broke the news upon his return from an expedition in Syria and Jordan.
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