In the years after its liberation from the Ottoman Rule in 1878 Bulgaria invited many acclaimed European architectures and industrialists to help that country recover quickly. Austrian and Czech architects and industrialists contributed a..
In 2019 we mark the 141 st anniversary since the birth of Bulgaria’s world poet Peyo Totev Hadzhiivanov Kracholov, best known under his penname Peyo Yavorov given to him by renowned Bulgarian writer Pencho Slaveykov in 1899. The reason..
Today, 12 January, is the culmination of the long festive weekend (11-13 January) of the launch of the initiative Plovdiv – European Capital Culture, 2019. The show “We are all colours” will be staged in the very heart of..
The 23rd edition of the prestigious Sofia Film Fest, which is to take place in Sofia, March 7-17, is to open with a screening of a documentary by Andrey Paounov called “Walking on water” which takes a look at the artistic quests and the life..
With a show entitled "We Are All Colors", which is expected to include 1500 performers, Plovdiv will officially open its program as European Capital of Culture 2019on January 12. In the coming months Plovdiv will host more than 300 projects..
From March 23 until June 2, 2019 the Bulgarian-born world-famous artist Christo Yavacheff (Christo), will display for the first time in his career his own works at Yves Saint Laurent museum in the Morocco’s capital of Marrakech. The..
“We have been watching movies for a hundred years and we are so used to cinema, but at the beginning, people fled the theatres when they saw a train rolling up on screen. Now, with the new technologies it is the same thing, the..
“Margarito Duarte studied but a short time, yet he was self-learned for the zeal with which he went through every literary text he came across. At 18, by then a scrivener at the Town hall, he married a pretty girl, who died shortly after..
Leart Dokle is a Bulgarian actor whose name has been becoming increasingly popular not only on the theatre stage but also on cinema screen. He told us more about his Bulgarian roots and the origin of his name. His ancestors had been living in..
If we look deep into the paintings of Valeri Tsenov we would discover an imaginary universe, colorful with the symbolism of mystic imagery. Through the “Secret Gardens” he introduces us to the sacral space of his own soul, which longs for..