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..
The Bulgarian history leaves the textbooks and takes us back to a medieval castle where everything learned in the classrooms is experienced through different roles – soldiers fight with knights, boyars discuss state affairs and peasants knead..
On January 20 th the Bulgarian Orthodox Church honours Saint Euthymius, Patriarch of Turnovo. Born around the year 1327, at a very early age Euthymius became a monk at Kilifarevo monastery, a literary hub of major importance to Medieval..