Britons and Russians sell en masse their holiday properties and houses in small settlements along the northern and southern Black Sea coast, Kaloyan Balinov, owner of a real estate agency, told Radio Varna. Among the reasons are the difficulty of travel and the uncertainty caused by the global pandemic.
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.
The State Agency for Road Safety on August 9 called an extraordinary meeting in Varna because of the frequent road accidents on the Black Sea coast. The purpose of the meeting is for all relevant institutions to present measures aimed at reducing road accidents, reports BNT.
Preliminary data show that the number of road accidents in urban areas and third-class roads are increasing.
Enthralling stories appeared in the capital and two more cities in the country.
Waiting for a bus citizens will be able to read an interesting story.
For now the stops in Sofia are 6.Some of them are located next to ''Yunak'' Stadium on Shipka Street, "Aviation Square" and "Central Railway Station", Nova TV reported.
Late last night, the train from Varna to Sofia hit in fallen rocks and dragged trees in the area before the village of Stryama. The locomotive was damaged in the accident, but luckily there are no injuries, writes NOVA.
The accident occurred around 4:30 this morning.
120 children, located in the Boris Hristov Culture House were provided with help.