In “Bulgaria Today” on Friday, September 17,we bring you first the latest news stories from this country. Next on the show, we mark the Day of the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, by bringing you more on the history of one of its quarters. At the end, we..
On the festive Day of Sofia for all the citizens of the Bulgaria capital city, we remind you a song that has become a real hit over the years – “Vyara, Nadezha, Lyubov” (Faith, Hope, Love). As known, on September 17 the Bulgarian Orthodox..
The architecture of the capital of Bulgaria Sofia has undergone multiple changes since the city was declared the administrative and cultural hub, and the centre of public life in Bulgaria in 1879. Despite the relentless passage of time and..
On April 3, 1879, Sofia was declared the capital of Bulgaria. The holiday of the city, named after the "St. Sophia” church is on September 17, when the Orthodox Church celebrates the Day of The Holy Martyrs Saint Sophia and her Daughters Faith,..
"I am glad that the Bulgarian capital continues to develop and become more and more beautiful and welcoming," Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov wrote on his Facebook page on the occasion of the Day of Sofia, September 17th Borissov points..
On September 17th, the Bulgarian Orthodox church honours the holy martyrs Faith, Hope and Love and their mother Sophia, and it is also the day on which Bulgaria's capital city celebrates its holiday . Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the traditional..
On September 17 the Bulgarian Orthodox Church honors the memory of the Holy Martyrs Sofia, Vyara, Nadezhda and Luybov. September 17 is also the Day of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia and is marked with a series of festive and cultural events. The programme..