Illegal construction at the Bulgarian seaside brings about a car accident in Sveti Vlas
Sofia may soon be getting rid of one of the quirks of its Communist legacy
Bulgaria emerges as one of the few European countries not to impose a blanket ban on smoking
Christianity arrived in Bulgaria before paganism had gone. Centuries later, life in Bulgaria is a inimitable mixture of beliefs and superstition
In Bulgaria, hearsay is a lot more important than official information
Seventy-four British citizens stormed a building in Bansko on 24 March in order to get into the apartments they bought two years ago. These drastic actions happened after the foreign owners had their deeds for more than a year, but…
Whatever's left of Bulgaria's 'proverbial' tolerance has evolved into a Facebook campaign to castrate the Roma
Soaps from the Bosporus have captivated Bulgarian audiences much more than their Venezuelan and Brazilian predecessors
It's not exactly Banksy, but Sofia's new generation of socially conscious graffii are refreshing to behold
The Orthodox Church emerges as the number one foe of Bulgaria's fledgling gay movement
A collection of glass photographic plates from 1912–1913 reveals fragments of unknown Balkan history
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AMERICA FOR BULGARIA FOUNDATION CELEBRATES BULGARIAN SUPERHEROES

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Over 500 representatives of the Bulgarian NGO sector, entrepreneurs and diplomats attended the annual meeting of the America for Bulgaria Foundation with its grantees in Sofia, on 30 January. Everyday...

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