The event is on the program of events commemorating the140th anniversary of the battle for Pleven in the Russo-Turkish War. Featuring more than 150 photos, documents, private effects, works of art and print publications the display shows how Pleven celebrated its liberation day, 10 December, and how the city showed its gratitude to the great exploit of its liberators. The people of Pleven take care of the city’s history. There are more than 200 monuments in the city and its environs related to the times of the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule. The oldest community center in Pleven Saglasie 1869 has also arranged an exhibition with valuable books recounting the historic victory near Pleven in 1877. Historians define the battle for the city as the most important military operation which to a great extend determined the outcome of the Russo-Turkish War of Liberation.
Marking the 145 th anniversary since the death of Vasil Levski, the Bulgarian Army Theater has resumed the production of the tragedy The Last Supper of Deacon Levski /1987/ by Stefan Tsanev. The national tour of the theater company with this..
Bulgaria has become the first country to host the two-year international project Young@Opera. This is the first Bulgarian project for cooperation in culture Creative Europe approved to receive co-financing from the European Union. Young..
The Sofia Municipal Council decided a few days ago to turn the dungeons under the demolished mausoleum of communist leader Georgi Dimitrov into a branch of the Sofia City Art Gallery and an area for exhibitions and preservation of the gallery's..