Bulgaria in pictures

Bulgaria in pictures

published on 2/27/21 2:36 PM

Bulgaria in pictures

published on 2/25/21 5:11 PM

Bulgaria in pictures

published on 2/24/21 4:10 PM

Bulgaria in pictures

published on 2/22/21 5:40 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

The Sofia-based Oborishte 5 Gallery puts up an exposition dedicated t the Month of Love, bringing together works by various artits. Photo: BTA

published on 2/11/21 6:16 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

Blagoevgrad, the Presentation of Mary Temple – the traditional Fire Cross put up on the Day of St. Haralambos, patron of beekeepers. Tables arranged in the form of the cross are covered by jars of honey, which producers bring to the temple to..

published on 2/10/21 1:41 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

Sofia, a view up to the snowy slopes of Mount Vitosha. Photo: BTA

published on 2/9/21 4:55 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

Burgas. The "art studio" of professional sand sculptors Paul Hoggard and his wife Remy (pictured) during Marriage Week International .  Photo:  BTA

published on 2/8/21 4:11 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

A new entertainment facility with large-sized moving robots has opened doors in Sofia. The Living Robots exhibition is visiting Bulgaria for the first time. Photo: BTA

published on 2/7/21 12:01 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

An arts and crafts bazaar – Art, Wine, Love and Chocolate - opened in front of the Central Market Hall in Sofia.​ Photo: BGNES

published on 2/6/21 11:11 AM

Bulgaria in Pictures

The reopening of large retail chains on February 1 gave the start of winter discounts on clothes and shoes. They usually start at the beginning of the year, but were postponed due to anti-pandemic measures.   Photos: BGNES

published on 2/5/21 4:59 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

Varna, wonderful weather for winter strolls along the shore. Photo: BTA

published on 2/4/21 5:03 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

Sofia, earliest signs of Spring in the yard of the Museum House of poet Peyo Yavorov. Photo: BTA

published on 2/3/21 2:17 PM

Bulgaria in Pictures

The village of Kozletsq Haskovo region. The symbolic pruning of vines that starts at this time of year, is to take place with no festive celebrations due to anti-Covid-19 measures. Photo: BTA

published on 2/2/21 5:00 PM