An exhibition of spring and Easter-related postcards takes us 100 years back in time. The exhibition is organized by the Hristo Botev Regional Library in the city of Vratsa. Visitors can take a look at old Vratsa through specially selected 21..
Today the Bulgaria Orthodox Church honours the memory of Saint Sophronius of Vratsa - a Bulgarian clergyman, bishop of Vratsa, national awakener and first follower of the work of Paisii Hilendarski. In Vratsa, the feast of the saint, who is the..
In a popular pun, Bulgaria’s poor and backward Northwestern region has for a long time been dubbed “North-run-down” Bulgaria. After the fall of socialism and the decline of agriculture, many left the region in search of a job and a..
The process of registration of parties and coalitions at the Central Electoral Commission for the parliamentary elections on 4 April is into its second day. However, sociologists are not predicting any drastic change of the status quo prevalent..
Graduate students preserving cultural heritage from Ecole de Chaillot, a specialized school in architectural studies for preserving cultural heritage, will be presenting their graduation projects in the Regional Museum of History in Vratsa..
Sculptor Milen Ivanchev transforms withered trees in the northwestern Bulgarian town to bring them back to life, but with a new function - cultural and aesthetic. Wooden sculptures of animals, characters from fairy tales and symbols of the alphabet and..
For the first time in the more than 140-year long history of the celebrations of Botev, the events in Vratsa and the vicinity have been cancelled over the coronavirus. On 1 June, Vratsa will not be holding the traditional rally and fireworks..
The German company MD Elektronik is to invest over 11 million euro /21.5 million Leva/ in a plant for data transmission cables and electronic components in Vratsa. Today the company and the municipality signed a contract for the purchase of a..
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Labor and Social Policy launched a new programme aimed at boosting employment in municipalities with high unemployment levels. The pilot project of the programme will start in 14 municipalities in Vidin, Vratsa and Montana..