A day in pictures

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The Sboryanovo archeological reserve near the village of Sveshtari opened the new archeological season. The team of archeologists started studying a Thracian fortified settlement Hellis from the Hellenic era. The team consists of experts from Sofia University, the National Archeology and History Museum with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, as well as experts from the History Museum of the town of Isperikh.  Photo: BTA

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Military servicemen from 101st Alpine regiment carry out training exercises in sliding down a rope along a cliff. The exercise is part of the five-day specialized Alpine training of the unit.  Photo: Ministry of Defense


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From June 11 through the 15 classical music fans can admire the Fifth edition of the festival “Share the music in Vrana Palace”, organized by Sofia Philharmonic and Sofia Municipality. The programme began with the opening of an exhibition “90 years Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra” and the concert “James Bond Live in Concert”. The compositions from the films about Agent 007 were conducted by Maestro Nayden Todorov, featuring special guest singers Militsa Gladnishka, Krista, Ruth Koleva and Yagoda Treneva. Photo: sofiaphilharmonic.com


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