Unique Bulgarian embroideries from the National Revival Period have been collected in a catalog by the Iskra Historical Museum in the town of Kazanlak. The luxury edition with rich images is called "Dyes and threads" and is one of the events..
Students of the Vocational School of Transport in Kazanlak have created a unique electric car. It has zero emissions and high energy efficiency. It is designed to participate in an international initiative for young people from around the..
The 118th Rose Festival in Kazanlak has ended with a colorful parade led by Alexandra Hadzhihristova who received the title “Queen Rose”. After a year-long pause because of the epidemic, the Bulgarian city was once again full of tourists and foreign..
A legend has it that a Bulgarian who returned from Persia planted the first rose flower in Bulgaria’s Rose Valley. When the man was still in Persia, he fulfilled the will of a rich and powerful shah to build a mosque in the courtyard of his..
On occasion of the International Day for Monuments and Sites (World Heritage Day) held on April 18, Radio Bulgaria presents Bulgaria’s seven cultural sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List: The ancient town of Nessebar is located..
All Bulgarian towns where oil-yielding rose is grown organize celebrations in May. However, this old means of livelihood has been experiencing serious difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic. Although there are many lands planted with..