"Viticulture in Bulgaria is perishing because of your incompetence" - this is what the winegrowers wrote during their protest rally in March in Sofia. Their hope was that the cabinet would then take measures to at least fix the situation in the sector..
Two protests announced for the same day (September 19) in Sofia dictated the agenda of the government and also of Bulgarian society since the beginning of this week. Unlike another time, both were not political, but entirely with demands for..
The new political season has barely dawned yet various protest actions are taking place every day in front of the parliament building. Today, 19 September, miners and energy workers are blocking the centre of Sofia. The protest is organized by the..
Rich ornamentation, exquisite design and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the facades and interior decoration of the few surviving public buildings built at the turn of the last century. Any resident of Sofia would immediately recognise the..
A pigeon with spread wings is the largest sand drawing in the world and it can be seen from bird's eye view on a beach of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, located between Kamchia River and the village of Shkorpilovtsi (about 50 km south..
The oldest salt production and urban centre in Europe, Provadia-Solnitsata, is open for visitors until the end of September. It is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9.00 am to 13.00 pm. The tour starts every round hour at at 9:00 am, 10:00 am, 11:00..
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia hosts the festival of ancient heritage "Serdica is my Rome" for the third consecutive year. It organized by the Association for Antiquity Reconstruction "MOS MAIORUM ULPIAE SERDICAE". On September 9 and 10, in the Western..
A book dedicated to the origin of Bulgarians reveals new facts from the country‘s ancient history. It is authored by historian Todor Chobanov. The book addresses the debate about the origin of the modern Bulgarians, their roots and what do..
Today is a national day of mourning in memory of the four people who lost their lives in the big flood along the Southern portion of Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast on 5 September. The floodwaters took the lives of four people – two men and two women – one..
September 2 marked the one-year anniversary of the devastating floods that struck the Karlovo villages of Bogdan, Karavelovo and Slatina. Many of the people affected are still unable to return to their homes, which are damp..
Bulgaria’s Minister of Agriculture Kiril Vatev and his Ukrainian counterpart Mykola Solski agreed to exchange data on exports and imports of certain..
The workers at Maritsa East mines are protesting today. The road at the Passage of the Republic (Hainboaz) near Gurkovo is blocked . There is also a..
Trakia motorway and the Sub-Balkan road near the town of Gurkovo, including the Passage of the Republic (Hainboaz), remain blocked by protesting miners...