The Bulgarian "Bells", built during the communist era and associated mostly with it, will ring again after the official opening ceremony in Sofia on Friday.
The Bulgarian town of Balchik negotiates a concert of one of the most popular tenors in the world, Placido Domingo, the town mayor announced Thursday.
The 8th edition of the International Film Festival "In The Palace" in the Bulgarian Black Sea town of Balchik will bring together filmmakers from 44 countries,
Renown Argentinian psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer, Jorge Bucay, is on his first visit to Bulgaria Tuesday.
Bulgarian high school student Veselin Cholakov is the Audience Winner for 2010 in the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) in Seattle, USA.
The long-awaited Sofia concert of US rock musician Bob Dylan begins at 8 pm Thursday evening at the National Palace of Culture.
Bulgaria's Culture Ministry announced a public tender for the project of the future museum known as the "Bulgarian Louvre.
Bulgaria marks Wednesday, June 2, the 134th anniversary of the death of one of the most prominent Bulgarians - the publicist, poet and revolutionary Hristo Botev, who gave his life for Bulgaria's independence.
Kristalina Georgieva, Bulgaria's EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid, International Cooperation and Crisis Response, supported the charity concert for Haiti in Sofia Sunday.
Bulgarian piano player Evgeni Bozhanov has won the second price in the renown Queen Elizabeth Music Contest in Belgium.
Bulgarians from around the country and the world are paying tribute Monday, May 24, to the deed of Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius, the creators of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Bulgarian Christian Orthodox honor Saturday the All Souls' Day before Pentecost or the so-called Cherry All Souls' Day.
The National Statistical Institute (NSI) has revealed that 110 films were produced in Bulgaria in 2009, a 20% rise in the number of films compared to 2008.
The number of visits of museum, theaters, and libraries in Bulgaria declined in 2009, according to data of the National Statistical Institute.
An artist from Israel is the winner of the fourth Artes Mundi 4 prize, one of the UK's biggest arts prizes, whose shortlist included a Bulgarian contester as well.
The bronze monument of the most prominent Bulgarian writer Ivan Vazov is on its way to be inaugurated in the Italian capital Rome May 21, 2010.
The Orthodox church in Bulgaria marks Thursday Ascension Day, or the so called Spasovden, which relates to the ascension of Jesus into heaven following his crucifixion and resurrection.
Bulgaria's Orthodox Church celebrates Tuesday, May 11, the feast day of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, two of the fathers of the Slavic literary culture.
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