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Even though it is considered a staple of national cuisine, bread in Bulgaria is very bad and Bulgarians have, to say the least, an odd attitude to it
1. Bulgarian National Bank data from the end of May 2009 shows that the unpaid commercial and domestic loans in Bulgaria totalled
The second Elizabeth Kostova Foundation creative writing seminar connects Bulgarian and English-speaking writers in the tranquil beauty of pre-season Sozopol
"Eureka!" exclaimed Archimedes and jumped out of the hot water pool in the baths at Syracuse. He had just discovered that "any object, wholly or partly immersed in fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object," a rule which is now known as Archimedes' principle.
Every second person in Bulgaria is affected by the crisis, while 28 percent of people with bank loans find it difficult to keep up payments
Southeastern Europe after European parliamentary elections: not so green, not so radical, not so red but as problematic as ever