The gig of pop star Madonna in the Bulgarian capital will bring traffic in downtown Sofia to a standstill with all major boulevards near the stadium to host it being closed.
Alexander Mason, Director of Music at St David's Cathedral, has stated that Wales and St David's would be delighted to host Bulgarian touring choirs.
The unique exhibition of Bulgarian icons still going on in Paris, France, has been invited for displays in Monaco and the Czech Republic.
Over 85 000 people have visited the "Treasures of the Bulgarian Icons" exhibition in the French capital Paris.
A Serbian publication has challenged the right of Bulgarians to call Shopska Salad a Bulgarian dish, suggesting instead that it is a pan-Slavic creation.
Architect Valeria Boteva will be the new head of the Beautiful Bulgaria project, said the Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Totyu Mladenov.
Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone are all set to come to Bulgaria in 2010 according to new Deputy Culture Minister, Dimitar Dereliev.
The movie "Dzift" was declared the Best Bulgarian Film of 2008 by the National Film Center and Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers.
The July Jazz Festival will be brought to a close on Saturday night at the foot of Perelik peak close to the town of Smolyan.
The oldest Bulgarian newspaper in Serbia, "Bratstvo" (Brotherhood), is near bankruptcy after the Serbian government cut by 75% the state funding of the media.
Maria Laura Algora from Argentina was chosen as Miss Festival 2009 at the international Veliko Tarnovo Folk Fest.
Sofia is the host of an international three-day folk festival, which opened officially Thursday evening.
Pop singer, Vasil Naydenov, is the latest celebrity to receive a star in Bulgaria's own Hall of Fame.
Award winning US photographer, Wing Young Huie, will visit Bulgaria to present his spectacular photography, which depicts the complex, social, ethnic and cultural realities of American society.
The miraculous rock formations near the northwest Bulgarian town of Belogradchik moved down one place to fourth position in the global campaign to select the world's new Seven Wonders.
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