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5th edition of Poetry in the Subway project kicks off in Sofia

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The fifth edition of the project "Poetry in the subway" has started in Sofia. The organizer is the Polish Cultural Institute and Literary Journal edition. Poems by 13 European authors will be featured in the trains of the Sofia subway and at Eagles' Bridge subway station in Bulgarian and in the original language. 
The Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) is a media partner of the event.
Poems by Rose Ausländer (Austria), Amelia Licheva (Bulgaria), Fiona Sampson (UK), Friederike Mayröcker (Germany), Seamus Heaney (Ireland), Clara Hannes (Spain), Attilio Bertolucci (Italy), Tadeusz Dąbrowski (Poland), Eugenio de Andrade (Portugal), Martina Straková (Slovakia), Miklós Radnóti (Hungary), Inger-Mari Aikio (Finland) and
Milan Děžinský (Czech Republic) will be featured in the project.

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