The traditional martenitsa amulet is running to find a place on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage.
The nomination has been launched at the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of the organization in South Korea. The martenitsa is a joint nomination of four countries where this custom is common – Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova and Macedonia.
Though there is an ongoing dispute of the origin of the martenitsa and it is found in various legends, Bulgarians, Macedonians, Romanians and Moldovans exchange red-and-white tassels on March 1 for the sake of health and luck.
Seven young Bulgarians received from Bulgarian President Rumen Radev gold badges and certificates in the Duke of Edinburgh International Award. The distinction is given for personal development and achievements. The award has three levels –..
The state is going to alleviate administrative procedures required for exports of products resulting from the manufacturing of pneumatic and hunting weapons, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said in Gabrovo. In that city the head of the Bulgarian..
The Bulgarian Ministry of Environment is preparing amendments to the Air Protection Act aimed to restrict the use of low rank coal and briquettes for domestic heating, Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov said. In a bid to cut fine dust..