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Today we mark five years since the official opening of Danube Bridge-2 linking Bulgaria’s Vidin with Romania’s Kalafat. Some 21 years have passed from the first prospecting on the project and the unveiling of the facility for exploitation. The groundbreaking took place on May 13, 2007 at kilometer 796 of the Danube River. On June 14, 2013 the bridge was officially unveiled.  Photo: BTA

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The Military Medical Academy in Sofia launched a blood donation campaign on the occasion of World Blood Donor Day – June 14. Photo: BGNES

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A representative exposition of works by talented artists from the National school for music and stage art named after Professor Pancho Vladigerov is arranged on display in the hall of the Artists Society in Burgas. The collection contains works by 28 youngsters from the 8th to the 11th grade and includes drawings, stylized images and free compositions in the school disciplines drawing, painting, stage costumes and commercial design. Photo: BTA


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A group of foreign tourists are watching the panoramic view over the hills of the city of Plovdiv from a site they have come upon during their walk across the Old Town. Photo: BTA

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