A day in pictures

| updated on 6/13/18 2:05 PM

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This spring some 64 griffon vultures have hatched in the Eastern Rhodope Mountain, south Bulgaria, which is 13 birds more than last year. This is the result from the observation of the unique natural population of this bird specie in this country. The observation is carried out by the Bulgarian Association for Protection of Birds. Photo: BGNES


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Iskra the horse is one of a special and very rare breed of horses – the Przewalski horse. She is the latest acquisition of the Center for Protection of Nature and Animals in Dobrich, northern Bulgaria. Iskra and her mother – Kuna feel very well and live in an environment close to their original habitat. Photo: BTA


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Boris Vassilev from Haskovo’s quarter Bolyarovo has planted and is looking after a banana tree in his yard. This year he is to collect for the first time the yield of his banana palm, so exotic for this country. Photo: BTA


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The national gallery of Macedonia in Skopje opened an exhibition entitled “The Afternoon of an Ideology”. Curators to the exhibition are Bulgarian intellectuals Georgi Lozanov and Georgi Gospodinov. Photo: BGNES


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