The Bulgarian Orthodox Church marks Saturday the traditional St. Lazar's Day.
The National Folk Ensemble of Bulgaria вЂ?Bulgare' (NFEB) is set to make its first performance in New York, Saturday with a large audience expected at Symphony Space.
An exhibit of the "Caprichos" by Spanish painted Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746 -1828) is opening in Sofia Wednesday. The exhibition is hosted by the Cervantes Institute in Sofia, and will be open until May 18.
The city of Gabrovo, known as the Bulgarian "laughter kingdom," celebrates Wednesday April Fool's Day.
Famous Bulgarian musicians Vesko Panteleev-Eschkenazi, and his brother Maxim joined by their cousin Martin Panteleev will perform at the European Musical Festival 2009.
The miraculous rock formations near the northwest Bulgarian town of Belogradchik moved down one place to third position in the global campaign to select the world's new Seven Wonders.
The novel "Under the Yoke" by renowned Bulgarian writer Ivan Vazov officially became Sunday night Bulgaria's favorite novel.
German production company LE Vision has agreed to co-produce the latest project of Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev.
The Israeli-German co-production, 'For My Father', has won the top film prize at the 13th Sofia International Film Festival.
A Bulgarian court has ruled for the confiscation of the nine Byzantine plates purchased by three Greek museums in 2004. The confiscation is possible on the basis of a special EU law, which Greece has not yet adopted, according to the Greek daily newspaper
Bulgaria's National Opera conductor, Grigor Palikarov, is set to make his US debut this weekend in Cleveland in the Opera Circle production of Pietro Mascagni's "L'Amico Fritz".
The National Gallery for Foreign Art in Sofia will welcome visitors to Bulgaria's first ever exhibition of Pablo Picasso's works free of charge starting from March 13 till its closure on March 15.
Bulgarian MPs on the National Commission for Community and Medias have suggested forbidding gay lobbying activities, stating that they erode Bulgarian "social ethics".
Bulgarians, all over the country mark Saturday, the holiday, known as Todorovden (the day of Todor or Theodor), which is also called the Horse Easter.
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