A protest will be held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, calling for the dismantling of the Soviet-era monument known as Alyosha
Plovdiv's Old Town to Host Spectacular Three-Day Wine Festival
Get ready for the much-anticipated Young Wine Parade festival, set to kick off in Plovdiv's historic Old Town this Friday for a thrilling three-day celebration (24-26.11.2023).
The festival promises a vibrant gathering of 67 wine and food producers, converging to present their finest offerings. A digital festival map guides attendees through 19 unique sites, ensuring an immersive and engaging experience. With an extensive selection of over 300 wine varieties and an array of delightful delicacies, enthusiasts are in for a treat.
The 2023 Young Wine Parade, a collaborative effort by the Plovdiv Tourism Council, Municipality of Plovdiv, Ancient Plovdiv Municipal Institute, and University of Food Technologies Plovdiv, receives patronage from the Tourism Ministry and support from the Agriculture Ministry. Funded through the 2023 Annual Programme for Tourism Development by the Municipality of Plovdiv, this festival promises unforgettable experiences for all attendees.
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Bulgaria commemorated its 146th anniversary of liberation from Ottoman rule with grand celebrations spanning across the nation
Today, on the revered national holiday of March 3, thousands of Bulgarians congregated at the historic Shipka peak and its surroundings to commemorate the sacrifices made for the country's freedom.
As Bulgaria commemorates its National Day on March 3rd, nearly 400,000 Bulgarians residing in Germany join in the celebration, highlighting the vibrant and dynamic presence of the Bulgarian diaspora in the country
Every year on March 3rd, Bulgarians come together to celebrate their National Holiday, marking a pivotal moment in their history – the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule
March 3 holds a special place in the hearts of all true Bulgarians
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