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The National Palace of Culture sets the ambitious goal of being the number one producer of cultural events in Bulgaria. The leadership of the National Palace of Culture today presented its main tasks for the next two years - an even richer program, affordable ticket prices and more viewers.
In the coming months Hall 1 will again host concerts of Bulgarian and world celebrities.
The Romanian spring celebration tradition of 'martisor', listed as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, is an integrant part of the country's identity-defining traditional culture, states the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE).
First, see it before you find out more about the new video with Nina Dobrev:
"Many of you may have known me from sitcom Fam or the Vampire Diaries series, but until recently I did not realize that I was not made to play in prestigious teenage drama or in studio films, no, I have to make videos about the safety of Bulgarian airlines. "
Every year on the last Wednesday of February, "Pink T-Shirt Day" takes place in Bulgaria, reported the Bulgarian National Television. Here, what's the story:
The initiative dates back to 2007 when two boys in Canada stood behind a friend and classmate who was bullied because he came to a school with a pink shirt.
The 23rd Sofia International Film Festival will happen from 7-17-28 March 2019 in Sofia. In the frame of the festival is organized the co-production market Sofia Meetings which brings more than 300 foreign professionals to the festival including strong number of distributors, members of Europa Distribution, and exhibitors, members of Europa Cin
* The biggest stars of the 90s and their eternal hits will be present at the Burgas Bay in the heat of the summer!
The Municipality of Burgas is again ready to put Burgas among the biggest festival locations in Europe! This time - a thematic festival that will bring to Bulgaria the biggest music stars of the 90s!
President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday is set to attend the Bucharest Format (B9) Summit to take place in Kosice, the Slovak Republic, the Presidential Administration informs in a press release. Attending the same event there will be heads of state from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia, as well as the NATO Secretary General.
Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev received on 11th of February the world famous Bulgarian violinist Svetlin Russev on the occasion of his forthcoming joint concert with Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, reports BNT.
During the meeting, the Head of state awarded Svetlin Russev with the Honorary Sign of the President.
The Bulgarians are among the EU citizens who use the options of Internet the least, data of Eurostat shows, quoted by BNR.
Bulgaria ranks last in the EU in terms of Internet use. In 2018 only 65% of the Bulgarian citizens used Internet on a regular basis, whereas 85% of the EU citizens used Internet on a daily basis on average.
THREE TALL WOMEN is coming to National Theatre in Bulgaria on January 30th, 2019.
Nine years after the premiere of "The Goat or Sylvia", the cult American playwright Edward Ollie is back on stage at the National Theater - this time with her notorious and award-winning "Three High Wives" for the first time on our first scene.