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Kazanlak to brim with tourists during the Rose Festival

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Tourists show great interest in the 121st edition of the Rose Festival in Kazanlak, deputy mayor Srebra Kaseva said for BTA. Tourist groups from all over the world are expected to visit the town. The accommodation in Kazanlak is fully booked for May 31, June 1 and 2. Delegations from sister cities will also attend the Rose Festival. 

''We are to welcome delegations from South Korea, China, North Macedonia and Greece. Foreign embassies in Bulgaria also show great interest. Many ambassadors are expected to arrive for the festival’’, said Srebra Kraeva. 5,500 participants will gather for the final parade on June 2. The 56th Rose Queen will be crowned at a ceremony on May 31. Nedelina Nedelcheva is this year’s winner of the Rose Queen contest.




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