Bourgas, Bulgaria: First Written Evidence that the Roman Colony Deultum had a Port

Archaeologists from the Deultum-Debelt National Archaeological Reserve near Bulgaria's Burgas have discovered the first written evidence that the Roman colony Deultum had a port, BGNES reported.

The inscription was found on limestone sarcophagus, dating from the II-III century AD.

Sofia Municipal Council Will Support 4 Temples in Sofia

At the meeting of the Sofia Municipal Council a report will be adopted on the Operational Work Program of the Council for the year 2018, as well as the new program for the work of the municipal councilors in 2019.

On the agenda of the municipal councilors is also a proposal by the mayor Yordanka Fandakova for funding to complete the construction or maintenance of churches.

''Christmas Fairy'' with a Retro Tram Starts on December 18th

On December 18th at 14:30 on "Vazrazhdane" Square will start "Christmas Fairy - 2017". For the seventh time Sredets region is the organizer of the event. In the period from 18th to 24th December, children and adults will be able to take the festive retro tram, take pictures of Santa Claus and Snow White and receive presents.

Green Zone for Parking in Sofia is Expanding with 2 More Sectors in the Center

From October 1, the Green Zone for parking in Sofia is expanding with two more sectors in the center - ''Down Lozenets'' and ''Sredets'', reported bTV.

The area will cover the sections around the Roman wall and the Hemus Hotel, ''James Bourchier'' Blvd. next to ''Arsenalski'' Blvd. in ''Lozenets'' and  part of Str Tsar'' Ivan Asen ll'' and ''Yavorov Street'' in ''Sredets''.

Bulgaria's Burgas Cut Off Due To Heavy Snow, Strong Winds

Heavy snowfall and strong winds cut off all approaches to Burgas on Tuesday.

Initially, early in the morning on Tuesday, traffic was restricted in the section of Trakia highway from Zimnitsa hub (in the region of Yambol) to Burgas.

Later, at noon, the section Yambol-Sredets - an alternative route - was also closed.

Emergency State Lifted in Bulgaria's Burgas after Chain Crashes

Authorities have lifted the state of emergency in Burgas Region following a series of crashes that left traffic paralyzed along Trakia motorway and a bypass route leading to Burgas from central Bulgaria.

As many as ten villages in the municipalities of Burgas, Sredets and Aytos are still hard to access by car, public broadcaster BNR reports.

Bulgarian 'Migrant Hunter Icon' under Investigation

Bulgaria's "most famous" migrant hunter, Dinko Valev, is being investigated over alleged incitement of discrimination, violence and hatred along ethnic lines, the prosecution says.

Gospodin Valev, known by his first name's shorter form Dinko, rose to notoriety by becoming the most prominent vigilante hunter performing citizen's arrests of migrants in southern Bulgaria.