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Bulgaria's Daniel Georgiev was named Man of the World 2019 at the finals night of the 3rd Annual Man of the World pageant held at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan City on Thursday.
Georgiev, a model from Sofia, the largest and capital city of Bulgaria, was crowned by Man of the World 2018 Cao Xuân Tài of Vietnam.
If you want to walk through Tutankhamun's tomb and see how the boy's Pharaoh last house seemed like, you can do in Burgas. More than 100 exhibits of gold and precious stones recreate with absolute precision the funeral chamber from which the ruler of Ancient Egypt has taken to the stars, as seen by Treasure Hunt Howard Carter, reports Travel Bulgaria News
Romania's Q1 2019 government deficit is 0.5 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), while the percentage reported on Friday by Eurostat of 4.5pct of GDP quarterly is calculated against the seasonally adjusted ESA balance by reference to the quarterly GDP, according to the Romanian Ministry of Public Finance (MFP).
The Buzludzha Monument will receive a $ 185,000 grant from the American Getty Foundation. The aim is to prepare a plan for its conservation and future use. This is said in a publication on the site of the organization, which describes the building as a "masterpiece of civil engineering" and "an indispensable part of Bulgarian history".
An exhibition devoted to the 140th anniversary of the first issue of the State Gazette will be opened on July 22 from 11 am in the Central Lobby of the Sofia Library.
The event is called "Pages from the history of Bulgaria in the State Gazette 1879-2019". In the showcases you can see works from the "Book Heritage" fund at the Sofia Library related to the events of the exhibition.
BDZ put its timetable on Google maps, the state railway carrier announced. From now on, when people are setting a specific route on the territory of Bulgaria on the Internet platform, travel directions for train travel will also provided, which expands the possibilities for choosing the right means of transport.
The number of visitors coming into Greece by road is slipping this year after coming to 8.8 million in 2018. These visitors accounted for 29 percent of the total of 30.3 million (without cruise passengers) who visited the country last year, according to a new study by the Institute of the Greek Tourism Confederation (INSETE) on the prospects of tourism by road this year.