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Stefan Apostolov: My Love for Bulgaria Is in Everything I Do

Stefan Apostolov: My Love for Bulgaria Is in Everything I Do

The immense love for Bulgaria and love of the homeland, which remains beyond time, space and borders, guides Stefan Apostolov along the path of art. He's a director in Los Angeles, but American film stories aren't his only passion.

A Tour of Sofia by Travel Diary - Greek traveling TV show

A Tour of Sofia by Travel Diary - Greek traveling TV show

Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria and one of the oldest and most historic cities in the Balkans. From the city's cathedral and St. George's Church to the Soviet Army monument and Boyana village on Mount Vitosha, Sofia has an equally rich and significant history as a wonderful and special natural landscape. 

Heavy trucks queue at border between Romania and Bulgaria, Giurgiu-Ruse crossing point

TIR trucks waiting to leave Romania via the Giurgiu-Ruse border crossing point, between Romania and Bulgaria, on Tuesday night to Wednesday formed queues of about eight kilometres on the first lane of National Road (DN) 5 Bucharest-Giurgiu and had to wait 100 minutes at the border control on their way out of Romania. Towards morning, the waiting time was reduced to 60 minutes.

Podcasts Bring Welcome Change to Bulgaria’s Stale Media Scene

Not long ago, tuning into a Bulgarian podcast was rare. In just a few years, however, the situation has changed hugely both in terms of choice and listeners' habits. Productions in different genres increasingly appear out of nowhere, and the podcast format is on the verge of obtaining serious momentum. 

Energy Ministry's Dragan: Phase I of BRUA project has been completed

Phase I of the BRUA project has been completed, both the pipeline and the compression stations, which will lead to the diversification of Romania's gas supply sources, Dan Dragan, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment, told Monday's online event "The Romanian International Gas Conference." "The BRUA phase I project is completed, both the pipeline and the

Painter Vladimir Zamfirescu has died at 84

Painter Vladimir Zamfirescu has died on Monday evening, aged 84. He will be buried on Thursday at the Bellu Catholic Cemetery. "The National Museum of Romanian Literature (MNLR) with great sadness announces the demise on June 1, 2020, of painter Vladimir Zamfirescu, a great personality of the Romanian and European contemporary art," reads a post on the MNLR Website.

May 24 - Bulgaria Celebrates National Day of Culture and Slavic Script

 

Bulgaria celebrates May 24 as the day of the Bulgarian Education and Culture and Slavic Script, the official Day of Holy Brothers St. Cyril and St. Methodius - the Byzantine scholars who wrote the first Slavic alphabet in 855 A.D., and translated into Old Bulgarian the Bible and the religious literature of Orthodox Christianity.

HealthMin Tataru worries relaxation, says danger of infection just as great

Health Minister Nelu Tataru says that he is worried about the moment of coronavirus lockdown being eased because the danger of infection is just as great, "and maybe greater in the first days after relaxation." "I am concerned about the moment of relaxation, the moment when we will have a resumption of the inflow of people from one area to another, an interaction and maybe a resurgence of local

Bulgaria's Health Minister: The Shopping Centers Will Be Opened Last

"The malls will be opened last" That was stated by the Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev in front of reporters.

"The time will come for the opening of sports halls", he said..

According to him, the order clearly states that all anti-epidemic measures must be followed, including social distance.

For cinemas, up to 30% of the capacity of the venue is allowed.

The Emmy Nominee Series "20 Minutes" Premieres in Bulgaria on TDC

The hit Turkish series "20 minutes", nominated for the prestigious Emmy Awards, debuted in Bulgaria on Timeless Drama Channel (TDC). The unique global channel recently launched in Bulgaria and is available on the Bulsatcom network. 20 Minutes will offer viewers a story filled with dramatic twists, love emotions and endless battles between the good and the evil.

Ambassadors from Spanish speaking countries to read from Cervantes on International Book Day

Personalities representing the diplomatic and cultural life of the Spanish speaking countries in Bucharest, alongside the Spanish writer Care Santos, will read from the work of Miguel de Cervantes and several other great Spanish authors to the Romanian audience, on the International Book Day, informs a press release of the Cervantes Institute sent to AGERPRES.

Turkish band’s response to Queen’s challenge draws worldwide attention

A Turkish band's response to a challenge launched by the world-famous British rock band Queen on social media has drawn international attention.

Queen had shared a new post on its official Twitter account, revealing new videos from the "Jam with Brian" challenge that the band's guitarist, Brian May, started.

Regulations for navigators, rules for farmers crossing into Bulgaria in the making

Interior Minister Marcel Vela said on Sunday evening at the Nadlac I border crossing point that regulations should be worked out for navigators carrying goods and having to leave Romania, much as the regulations for truck drivers, and at the border with Bulgaria transit by farmers in the two countries should be allowed, as is the case at the border with Hungary.

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