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Hello and welcome to Radio Bulgaria’s daily webcast Heartbeat Bulgaria!

The stories on Wednesday:

  • We begin with Gabrovo’s Museum of Education and its mission of enlightenment among Bulgarians in this country and abroad.

  • Next, Bulgaria’s rose oil still preserves its leading position on the global market.

  • Finally, young conductor and composer Konstantin Ilievski on the high standards that he sets for himself and the sense of humor which he never loses

These are today’s stories. Stay on the show!

The sound files in our audio archive are stored for a limited period. Users wishing to listen to daily webcasts not available as sound files on our website any longer can send their requests to digitalbroadcasting@bnr.bg

This has been all in Heartbeat Bulgaria for today, dear friends. This is our last program and the end of Radio Bulgaria’s online streaming. We will continue to publish news and stories from this country on the website of the BNR – www.bnr.bg. We thank you for all the years of listening and support.

From all of us, here at Radio Bulgaria, we wish you a beautiful and successful day!

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