Adriana Budevska has gone down in the history of Bulgarian theatre with her more than 100 different roles, but also for being “saucy” enough to be the first Bulgarian actress to appear on stage scantily clad. The future star of theatre..
The sun, deified since ancient times, gives life to all living things and is responsible for nature’s rebirth. Under its miraculous rays crops and fruit ripen, newborn animals grow up, and people show gratitude and hope to enjoy its gracious..
It's January 1st! The first day of 2021, the first day of a new beginning and new hopes for each of us, for our families and loved ones, for all people in the world! Today Orthodox Christians celebrate the day of St. Basil the Great, also revered..
Bread is an extremely important element in Bulgarian traditional culture. That is why there are a number of rituals and sacraments associated with its preparation. In order for the bread to acquire the status of a festive bread and..
Regardless of whether we believe in the power of words we say, all holidays are still accompanied with certain wishes. Traditional or made up for certain occasion, we say wishes for sound health, longevity, happiness and luck, especially when..
The Christmas tree is what brings families together in holiday season. Some of the most beautiful toys for the Christmas tree are made of glass. They were especially popular in this country 30-40 years ago, but are so beautiful that..
Part of the magic of Christmas are the rituals we keep in the family tradition and which we remember every year. For many of us, this is a special moment, especially now that our lives are taking on a different shape as a result of the pandemic and..
The Nativity of Jesus Christ or Christmas is the most beloved and long-awaited holiday by young and old alike. Similar to other holidays in Bulgaria, it is full of rites and rituals, some of which are rooted centuries ago. On the eve of..
Bulgarians still hang at least one new toy from their Christmas trees every year in the belief that it will bring them luck and health. But to begin with, Bulgarians decorated the trees with apples, walnuts, popcorn and home-made..
In the Bulgarian folk calendar the same date is dedicated to Ignazhden (the day of St. Ignatius). On Ignazhden the transition to the new year begins. The day is full of prohibitions, divinations and rituals that should attract good forces..
“This is the only shipment of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines that is reduced,” said Chief State Health Inspector Ass. Professor Angel Kunchev upon..
On average in the EU, public and private expenditure on preventive care accounted for 2.8% of total health expenditure in 2018. In Bulgaria, public and..
The authorities are discussing a stage-by-stage lifting of the anti-epidemic measures in the country. “We are receiving different proposals..