Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva, who is also deputy prime minister for judicial reform in Boyko Borisov's coalition government, held talks in the Romanian capital with prime minister Sorin Grindeanu.
The Walkway on Bld. ''Vasil Levski'' in Sofia was Painted with the Bulgarian Letters Due to the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture
'You are a vegetarian. Why do you eat rabbits?' the doctor asks a patience.'This is a form of vengeance. They eat cabbage,' the patient replies.... read
Sometime in the 1430s. A prince stands on his balcony, waiting for a letter from his beloved one.
Having waited for three days and three nights, he is excited to ... read
"There are a lot of killers. We've got a lot of killers. What, do you think our country's so innocent?" US President Donald Trump retorting after a Fox News host states that "Putin's a killer." In the interview, Trump is also asked about his relations with the Russian President ... read
"I will not say it like Churchill - blood, toil, tears and sweat. There is no doubt very serious work is ahead of us."Bulgaria's interim Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov opening the first cabinet meeting after his government took over from the previous one on Friday. "We are not like ... read
Kukeri are men who take part in an ancient Bulgarian pagan tradition to scare away the evil spirits of winter. They gather to chant and dance, wearing home-made wooden masks, animal furs, horns and sequins, strapping on heavy belts with bells on that can weigh up to 70kg. The ritual has continued undisturbed through the centuries, even through Communist times when ...
Bulgarian Rose Products Are Very Popular in China
A 24-year-old Hit a Doctor After a Noise Complaint