Starshel (Hornet), the oldest Bulgarian humour and satire newspaper, recently turned 78. The newspaper of choice for generations of Bulgarians has been coming out, without interruption, since 15 February, 1946, and it has survived to this day..
On 18 February, the Bulgarian Cultural Association in Belgium hosted the Martenitsa Festival. Representatives from Romania and Moldova also took part at the festival held in Brussels. This is the second edition of the Martenitsa Festival dedicated to..
In the capital city's St Sophia Church, at 5pm, an archbishop's memorial service will be held in memory of Deacon Ignatius, the Apostle of Bulgarian Freedom, Vasil Levski. (Levski took this name when he entered the St. Spas Monastery in Sopot - ed.). As..
A harbinger of spring surprised the residents of the village of Podkrepa earlier than usual. The first stork arrived in the village of Podkrepa (Haskovo..
This year, Bulgaria’s National Liberation Day (March 3) will again be celebrated with the traditional train journey along the narrow-gauge railway. For..
Caring for the elderly who often panic because they have forgotten the way home. This empathy is behind the "smart socks" with which students from the..