They are clad in genuine animal skins weighing 30-40 kgs. each, wear horns and all kinds of different-coloured charms. They sometimes hide their faces behind fearful masks, at other times they show their weather-beaten faces. Their pictures..
Kukeri banish the forces of evil in Varvara village near Pazardzhik on the first day of January. The Dervish, as the locals call them, start on their way from home to home at midnight. In the end they all come together in the centre of the..
Few people know that Dunavsko Horo (Danube Chain Dance), which sounds traditionally in every Bulgarian home in the first minutes of the New Year, was written on a fine spring evening. Inspired by the season of new beginnings, it gives..