Sofia, an unusually warm start of the coldest month of February! Photo: BTA
Borovets, preferred destination for Bulgarians during the weekends. Photo: BGNES
Sofia. Monument of politician and banker Atanas Burov, who was born in Gorna Oryahovitsa on January 30, 1875. Photo: BGNES
Sofia, the most romantic portion of the city’s public transport. This is the Tram line #10 between the stations Vishneva and Journalist Square in the Lozenets district of the capital city. Photo: BTA
Plovdiv, the Antique Theater in winter apparel. Photol: BTA
Sofia, the Guard of Honour at the Presidency in a day of heavy snow. Photo: BGNES
Vitosha Mountai, a stroll in the snow! Photo: BTA
Asenovgrad – spring weather at the end of January. Temperatures in the town reached 12 degrees Celsius at noon. Photo: BTA
Dozens of children and their parents visited the Museum of Natural Sciences in Plovdiv. The management of the museum offered free admission for children under the age of 7 during the weekend. Photos: BTA
Plovdiv, the second half of January – Christmas decorations still stay in place in the rather empty streets. Photo: BTA
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