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Photo by The Moscow Times The Moscow Times Members of the Bulgarian emigre community in Moscow were out in force at the gallery opening at the State Historical Museum, and it seemed that most of those in attendance were already well acquainted.
Sofia is a place of extremes, with a fast-track, new-money elite on the one hand and a struggling lower class on the other. The mafiya is everywhere, making its presence known with expensive German cars and Versace-clad girlfriends, but you'll still
The tension in the seaside town has been continuing all week, as authorities pursue the demolition of properties and stores that were constructed without permission and as such threaten the status of the town as a World Heritage site. But time and
File photo The Bulgarian Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov has stated that the early Christian tomb s from the necropolis of the ancient Roman city of Serdica , which is today's Sofia, are a new tourist attraction. "The preserved early Christian tomb
The last religion to have been recognized by the Bulgarian government very recently is diamondway Buddhism, said Dimitrov, who is also in charge of the State Religions Directorate, in addition to the Bulgarians Abroad. “Upon taking office eight
Sun-Star Correspondent Celebrating Bulgarian culture, dance and music is the goal of Saturday's Bulgarian Folk Music Concert-Dance at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center. "It's all about bringing people together in wholesome fun and fellowship,"
Jolly martenitsas at the Martenitsa bazaar in front of the National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Feb. 28. Bulgaria—The Bulgarian capital of Sofia was filled with red-and-white and people selling the best "martenitsa" from the stands sprouting like