Displaying items by tag: Issue 47/48

Wednesday, 08 September 2010 15:17

UNIQUE RHODOPE: THE BEST OF THE RHODOPE

Attractions in the Rhodope: what you shouldn't miss in your Bulgarian adventure
Published in Fun in Bulgaria
Tuesday, 07 September 2010 15:27

WHAT I HAVE LEARNT... AFTER FIVE YEARS IN BULGARIA

It really is possible to have breakfast in Kosovo and have lunch in Istanbul
Published in Vagabond Features
Tuesday, 07 September 2010 15:17

PROUD TO BE DIFFERENT?

Police at gay pride parades in Sofia routinely outnumber participants
Published in Bulgaria Society
Tuesday, 07 September 2010 15:04

ADAM MICKIEWICZ IN BURGAS

The Bulgarian Black Sea town is, all unaware, home to a monument that Poles, Lithuanians, Belorussians and Russians regard as a curiosity

Published in Bulgaria Society
Thursday, 19 August 2010 17:30

SUMMER DILEMMA

When the hot weather sets in, Bulgarians face a tough task: how to choose a well-rippened watermelon
Published in Vagabond Features
Thursday, 19 August 2010 17:05

FOR CAVERS AND MAD PEOPLE ONLY

An array of caves and a lunatic asylum make Karlukovo known throughout Bulgaria

Published in High Beam
Thursday, 19 August 2010 16:39

ARCHAEOLOGY NOW

Charles Denver Graninger, the new director of the American Research Center in Sofia, discusses Sofia’s intellectual potential
Published in Bulgaria Interviews
Thursday, 19 August 2010 16:13

SENSE OF FAILURE

Bulgaria's botched reforms and lack of progress benefit President Georgi Parvanov
Published in Bulgaria Politics
Thursday, 19 August 2010 15:53

CHILDHOOD LETTERS*

Valery Stefanov, born in 1958, is professor of the History of Bulgarian literature at Sofia University. He graduated in Bulgarian Studies from Sofia University and since 1984 has been teaching there. He was also dean of the Slavic Studies Department at the university.

Published in Fiction
Thursday, 19 August 2010 15:45

WHERE IN BULGARIA ARE YOU?

Most of them are out of order, vandalised, have been neglected for many years, or just do not show the right time, but throughout the 20th Century street clocks were regularly installed at road intersections, on public buildings, railway stations, court houses and banks, chiming away the hours.

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Society

ARRIVAL CITY

ARRIVAL CITY

Hristo Botev neighbourhood risks becoming ghetto next to Sofia Airport

Vagabond Interviews

UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF SERVICES MAN…

UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF SERVICES MANAGEMENT OPTIMIZATION

Blagovest Kirilov, CEO of OutsourceBG Services and Hiring Ltd, on the face of contemporary outsourcing

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