Iva Kitova was crowned Miss Bulgaria 2003 during the most prestigious beauty pageant in Bulgaria, organized by Visage and Intersound Model Agencies.
Former Prime Minister and ex Ambassador to US Philip Dimitrov presented his book "The Myths of Bulgaria's Transition" on Friday night in the National Palace of Culture. Many high-profile politicians came for the premiere and some of them could not enter
Sofia residents and guests had the rare opportunity to enjoy two spectacles of the esteemed Cremlin Ballet this week. On Tuesday night, the audience enjoyed Ivan the Terrible, on Thursday - Romeo and Juliet.
Europe's first mission to the Moon looks set for a July blast-off. Scientists and engineers working on the Smart 1 spacecraft are hoping to fly around the 15th of July but it all depends on the condition of the launcher.
Kotel is a town situated amidst the picturesque natural scenery of the Eastern Balkan Range and besides being a place with beautiful nature, fresh air and pure mountain water, it is an important cultural and historical centre.
One of Bulgaria's best popular groups "D 2" triumphed at BG Radio Music Awards, which took place Monday evening at amusement park Sofia Land. "D 2", led by their front man Dicho, was named group of the year.
Bulgarian archeologists will start massive excavations in the eastern part of the Rhodope Mountain known as a region extraordinarily rich in archeology finds. The explorers will study twenty-eight sites - several mediaeval settlements and a prehistoric mo
World famous Russian film director Nikita Mihalkov was awarded the Degree of Doctor Honoris Causa by the National Academy for Theater and Film Art in Sofia. "Today's technology can do everything but it cannot replace the human soul and no special effects
If you are in Bulgaria today and you haven't still bought martenitsas for your friends and relatives, do not forget to do that today. March 1st is a very special holiday in Bulgaria when Bulgarians celebrate Baba Marta (Grandma Marta).
A sharply tailored suit worn with a shirt and tie is among the most radical options for men in Spring 2003 collections. Double-breasted suits, wide pants, and sweaters worn with knotted scarves are other suggestions from the runway reports.
Smokers should be warned they face higher risks of developing mouth ulcers and colds when they quit, according to experts, quoted by BBC. Doctors found smokers developed the unpleasant side effects up to two weeks after quitting.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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