Geography of Bulgaria

The Black Sea Kite Cup 2019 Regatta to be Held on the Burgas North Beach on 31 August and 1 September

Kiteboarders from all over the country will gather in Burgas for the traditional Black Sea Kite Cup 2019 regatta, said the press office of Burgas Municipality. The race is part of the agenda of the Bulgarian Sailing Federation and is held for the 10th consecutive year.

15-year-old Boy Drowned in Bulgarian Summer Resort Tsarevo

A 15-year-old boy drowned in Tsarevo, the Interior Ministry's Directorate reported.

The tragedy took place in the early afternoon this afternoon. The incident took place at Boruna near the Sea Garden in the city.

There, the boy jumped off the cliffs with his friend, also 15 years old. One young man was rescued, but the sea pulled the other in and he drowned.

"Vitosha Classic Rally" Second Edition. See When.

"Vitosha Classic Rally" is organizing the second edition of the initiative, which will be held on two consecutive days - September 14 and 15.

This year the ''Classic Vitosha Rally'' will be expanded on a total length of 300 km. The organizers announce that the participants will pass through 10 settlements around and in Vitosha Mountain.

The New Electric Buses in Sofia Will Have 25 and 60 Seats

The new 52 electric buses which  Sofia Municipality will buy will be two types.

30 of them will be 5.5 to 7.5 meters long and the remaining 22 will be between 7.6 and 9.6 meters long. The shorter ones will have about 25 seats and the longer ones will have 60 seats for passengers. The information was announced on the social network by the Deputy Mayor of Sofia, Doncho Barbalov.

Archaeologists Find a Marble Slab with a Greek Inscription Dedicated to the Cult of the Virgin Mary

A marble slab, divided into four fragments, with a text in Greek in the Homeric style, was discovered next to the early Christian basilica, located two kilometers east of the village of Shkorpilovtsi, Dolni Chiflik municipality.

This was announced to Radio Varna by Dr. Hristo Kuzov, the head of the excavations, which were resumed after a 40-year hiatus.

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