A day in pictures

| updated on 4/19/19 4:11 PM

On the eve of Lazarovden, the Ethnographic House-Museum in Dobrich (left) and the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas organized re-enactments of the Lazaruvane rituals related to that custom. Photos: BTA

Students from the Art School in Plovdiv painted on large Easter eggs intended to decorate the garden before the City Hall. The 30 young people decorated the 10 eggs, each of which is 1.2 meters high. The eggs will remain all through the Easter holidays.  Photo: BTA

Plovdiv is the venue of the National Culinary Cup. More than 120 chefs from across the country will compete in the preparation of a full menu and the making of sweetmeat. Photo: BTA

Princess Miriam de Ungria (wife of late Prince Kardam of Tarnovo) presented in Sofia her exclusive exhibition of jewels of her own design. The collection is entitled “Beyond Imagination”.  Photos: BGNES

The youth center in the town of Vratsa launches Vocation Day. Professionals from vocation high schools and schools offering vocation programmes, as well as representatives of the local business gather to inform young people and make easier their choice of a profession. Photos: BTA

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