In its original form, Radio Bulgaria came to life on February 16, 1936 - just 13 months after radio broadcasting in Bulgaria became a state-owned activity, and the Bulgarian radio, then called Radio Sofia, officially started its operation. It was..
At the entrances of some of the Nazi concentration camps, the SS members cynically wrote "Arbeit macht frei" – "Labor makes you free." Without the irony, and with the tears of very bitter realism during World War II in Bulgaria, many Bulgarian..
The Arapovo Monastery of Saint Nedelya located southeast of the town of Asenovgrad is the only Bulgarian monastery built during the Ottoman rule. In the period of Bulgaria’s National Revival, it played an important role in the..