If you think that 14 February is the high point of the Bulgarians' ability to squeeze culturally different feasts into a single day, think again.
If you are visiting Bulgaria in the second half of May, do not be alarmed by the excited hoards of heavily made-up, eccentrically-dressed teenagers roaming the streets and frantically screaming out something (more on this later) at the top of…
The factories worked and everyone had a job, there was no crime, the army was strong and every family had two-week holidays at the seaside: for a significant number of Bulgarians, Communism was a golden era of prosperity and security…
Proverbs and sayings are the experience of generations distilled by time until they become pure wisdom offering guidance in life. They also reflect the particular values of the community that has created them.Bulgarians are no exception.
Acceptance, equality for LGBTI people yet to happen
Even fluent Bulgarian speakers, including people who were actually born in this country, sometimes have a difficulty to understand what's really going on in the minds of their fellow citizens. Applying Western rational thought does not help since it is…
Newly built Roman ruins in central Sofia smell of fresh mortar
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ARRIVAL CITY

Hristo Botev neighbourhood risks becoming ghetto next to Sofia Airport

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UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF SERVICES MAN…

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