Few cultural events of the 21st century have survived the scary and turbulent recent years and have outlived – so far – political, economic and social changes to continue their existence and traditions. Among them is the biggest international..
In the sculpture garden of the Kvadrat 500 (Square 500) National Gallery in Sofia, not far from works by renowned Bulgarian sculptors like Pavel Koychev, Krum Damyanov and Velislav Minekov, at this very moment a work of art is being born – a..
May 6 is among the most popular days in Bulgaria – the Day of St. George and the Day of Valour and of the Bulgarian Armed Forces. 9 May is Europe Day, a day of unity for the continent. In the days in-between, Sofia will play host to the first..
Writer Georgi Gospodinov presented in Burgas one of his less known works entitled “The Cracks of the Canon”. It is divided into two parts. The first one..
Did you know that the building of the Sofia City Library in Slaveykov square was designed by one of Bulgaria’s top female architects – Victoria Angelova,..