It is small in size but very important for science. "As soon as I saw it, I immediately realized that I had found something unique," Prof. Pavel Stoev from the Museum of Natural History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences told the media. He has found the unseen before creature that looks like an insect, but is actually a six-legged arthropod in a cave in Turkmenistan. English newspaper "Independent", "The National Geographic," as well as Russian newspapers and magazines reported on the discovery of the Bulgarian professor. At the age of 43 Pavel Stoev is a professor of biology and discoverer with world recognition.
"The state must act to help Bulgarian villages not only to survive but develop too, so that young people remain here”, Bulgarian Vice President Iliana Iotova has said while on a visit to the village Professor Ishirkovo, Silistra region,..
More than 60 percent of Bulgarians firmly support a possible introduction of the term “mountain product” as a label of quality. 27 percent believe it will have positive consequences, and just 3 percent oppose such a measure, a nationwide poll..
The Gabrovo country market is not a shiny pompous market with shops and offices situated in the center of a Bulgarian village. It is rather a bazaar-exhibition, which has already gained huge popularity. The idea of the Gabrovo country market..