Photo Story: International Survey: Bulgaria-Austria

A photo story on the "International-Survey: Bulgaria-Austria" of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) and Novinite.bg.

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International Survey: Bulgaria-Austria

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Sand City Hurghada: Where Caesar and Zeus Meet Iron Man and Sponge Bob

Located just a few kilometers from the Red Sea resort of Hurghada, Egypt, Sand City Hurghada is the single open-air sand museum in Africa and the Middle East.It has brought together a number of artists to create a collection of tens of sculptures and reliefs which could be liked by both adults and children as it is divided into two main sections: history/mythology and cartoons....

June 27, 2015, Saturday

Cairo: The City of a Thousand Splendid Temples

A Novinite team was invited by Egypt's Ministry of Tourism to pay a visit to the country alongside other Bulgarian journalists and learn more about how the country is helping its once strongly developed tourism industry get back on track. The second gallery is dedicated to several mosques and churches in the Egyptian capital Cairo....

June 19, 2015, Friday

Egypt's Pyramids: So Far No Matter How Close

A Novinite team was invited by Egypt's Ministry of Tourism to pay a visit to the country alongside other Bulgarian journalists and learn more about how the country is helping its once strongly developed tourism industry get back on track. The following photo gallery is the first of a series of five offering a glimpse at the places we visited to combine rest with cultural sightseeing....

June 18, 2015, Thursday

Bulgaria's Ruse Hosts Sandfest Dedicated to Cinema

The Bulgarian city of Ruse is hosting an international sand sculpture festival dedicated to cinema between June 9 and 20. The sculptures, representing famous actors such as Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin as well as fictitional characters such as Spiderman and Indiana Jones, are located at the Danube river quay in the city....

June 12, 2015, Friday

Winners at 2015 Cannes Film Festival

French director Jacques Audiard’s “Dheepan” won the Best Film award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival on 24 May. Hungarian film-maker Laszlo Nemes picked up the Grand Prix, often seen as the festival’s runner-up prize, for his debut feature ‘The Son of Saul’, a Holocaust drama set in Auschwitz. ...

May 25, 2015, Monday
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