After large scale activities for the conservation and restoration, the Thracian mounds of Helvetia and Griffons were opened for visitors. The tomb mounds are situated near the town of Shipka, Kazanlak municipality, at the foot of the Balkan Range. The place is also known as the Valley of Thracian Rulers. The finds there date back to the end of the 5th century and the early 4th BC. Photo: BGNES
The Marble Foyer of the Bulgarian National Radio is the venue of an exhibition entitled “Menu for Travel”. It shows 25 color and black & white photographs from different parts of the world inspired by haiku poetry. Such images are called haiga – the visual expression of haiku poetry and the poetic expression of the art to live with full consciousness to the current moment. The project “Menu for Travel” brings together the impressions of opera singer Diliana Georgieva and poet Petar Pavlov, gathered during travels to various countries. The collection expresses their particular vision of urban environment and surrounding nature. Photo: BTR
Sofia Tech Park is the place where the largest climbing hall in Bulgaria opened doors for sports fans. The hall is constructed by the world leader in the making of artificial climbing facilities – Walltopia Ltd. It disposes of 1 500 square meters of walls 19 meters high and 117 climbing lines. Photo: BTA
September 22 is declared Open Doors Day at the oldest salt-extraction site in Europe – the Provadia Salt Mine (5500-4250 BC). The archeological complex consist of a salt extraction center and a necropolis, has been studied since..
Within the frame of the European Mobility Week and Open Doors Day was launched at one of the City Transport grounds in Sofia. Kids from two Sofia-based kindergartens and bus drivers competed in showing their knowledge and..
A brownish liquid with the scent of Coca Cola burst out from the fountain in Stefan Stambolov Square downtown Plovdiv and turned into an absolute attraction for passers by. This however is not the original popular drink, but a low..