Bread is an extremely important element of Bulgarian traditional culture and each of the objects used in making ritual bread also enjoys special attention and respect. One of these objects is the prosphora seal, which sanctifies the..
In Sofia, the Institute for Ethnology and Folklore Studies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences has presented the "The Bulgarian Roots" calendars for the year 2019. One is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Neuilly, which cut land..
St. Andrew the First-Called Orthodox Church is the only church in Bulgaria’s capital and the Sofia eparchy named after this apostle of Christ , priest Stilian Tabakov told Radio Bulgaria. There are not too many churches in other Bulgarian..
Bulgaria’s last submarine Slava (Glory) may become a museum of this country’s submarine fleet. In the past seven years it has been waiting for its destiny at the Varna Port. Fortunately, Beloslav Glass foundation came up with the idea to..
On November 27 we mark 99 years since the ratification of the Treaty of Neuilly. It required Bulgaria to cede various territories after it had been one of the Central Powers defeated in the First World War. The treaty was signed on 27 November 1919 at..
Saint Kliment is a Bulgarian enlightener, man of the cloth and man of letters, follower of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius. The Bulgarian Orthodox Church pays tribute to St. Kliment on November 25. According to the authors of the..
On November 21, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church marks the Presentation of Virgin Mary to the Temple in Jerusalem, who is later to become the Mother of God after giving birth to the incarnation of the Son of God. Old scripts testify that at 3..
Vice-President Iliana Iotova and Interior Minister Mladen Marinov inaugurated the exhibition “Rescued Treasures of Bulgaria” at the National Archaeological Institute. The exhibits, over 300 in number, owned by the museum in Sofia..
The period after the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman domination in 1878 to the end of the First World War, which ended with the signing of the Neuilly Peace Treaty in 1919, was filled with numerous losses for the country. In addition to war..
During excavations of the Agatopolis Medieval fortress near Ahtopol, archaeologists discovered the biggest treasure trove anywhere on the Black Sea coastline, consisting of many finds, says Assoc. Prof. Andrey Aladzhov from the National..