Translated into English by Evgeniya Pancheva, Professor of English Literature at Sofia University "St. Kliment of Ohrid"
Bulgarians from around the country and the world are paying tribute Tuesday, May 24, to the deed of Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius, the creators of the Cyrillic alphabet.
The average Bulgarian hardly ever visits museums and libraries, favoring the cinema and the theater, according to data from statistical surveys conducted by the National Statistical Institute, NSI.
Bulgarian Christian Orthodox mark Saturday the feast day of St. St. Konstantin and Elena (Constantine and Helena).
Bulgarian PR expert Maxim Behar and actress Teodora Duhovnikova have been selected by the whiskey brand Chivas Regal to be included in the program of Cannes Film Festival.
Bulgaria and Turkey have much in common according to Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk, who is on a visit to Sofia.
Turkish novelist and Nobel Prize-winner Orhan Pamuk will make his first visit to Bulgaria on May 18-19 at the invitation of the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation.
Polly Genova, the Bulgarian Eurovision contestant in 2011, finished 12th out of 19 contestants in her semifinal, just 6 points behind Moldova, the last nation which qualified for last Saturday's final.
Azerbaijan's Eli and Nikki won the final of the 2011 Eurovision Song Context in Germany's Dusseldorf late Saturday night.
Polly Genova, the Bulgarian representative at Eurovision 2011, has made it clear she was thrilled with her own performance at the song contest even though she failed to make it to the final.
Bulgaria's contestant Polly Genova and her band failed to qualify for the final of the Eurovision song contest after the second semi-final in Dusseldorf Thursday evening.
Bulgaria's contestant Polly Genova and her band will take part in the second semi-final of the Eurovision contest in Dusseldorf Thursday evening amid low expectations of success.
Just hours before the official opening of the Cannes Film Festival, The Island, a Bulgarian-Swedish co-production and participant in the prestigious contest, featuring Leticia Casta, released its trailer.
Bulgaria's Orthodox Church celebrates Wednesday, May 11, the feast day of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, two of the fathers of the Slavic literary culture.
An exhibit of photos, taken by university students on the occasion of Europe Day as part of the Blue Night project, is on display in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Bulgaria's contestant for the Eurovision 2011 Song Contest, Polly Genova, has had her first rehearsal in Germany's Dusseldorf, which is hosting this year's competition.
The Mayor of the Bulgarian village of Zabardo in the Rhodope Mountains, Veselin Cherpokov, has sent an official invitation to British Prince William and his bride, Kate Middleton, to pay a visit to the village.
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