On February 10, Christians in Bulgaria honor martyr St. Charalampos of Magnesia. In the Bulgarian tradition, this is one of the last winter holidays. From that day on, people started working on their land again together with the withdrawal of winter...
The 152nd anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest Bulgarian revolutionaries Gotse Delchev was celebrated with a solemn concert and a discussion in Sofia. "After two daughters, a son was born and he was named Georgi. To this..
Today, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church pays hommageSaint Trifon. The saint, who lived in the III century in the Asia Minor region of Phrygia, had the gift of healing. He was killed after refusing to return to paganism. Saint Trifon is..
Former Prime Minister of North Macedonia Lyubcho Georgievski was a guest in episode 160 of "Corridor 8" podcast by journalists Atanas Velichkov and Dr. Georgi Stankov. For over two and a half hours, the audience asked questions online. Georgievski..
Momchilgrad municipality released unique footage a few days ago which went viral on social media. The video, shot using a drone, offers a bird’s eye view of the mysterious medieval fortress Asara in the region of the village of Ralitsa in the..
At the end of 1988 and the beginning of 1989, the newly elected president of France François Mitterrand went to several capitals of the changing Eastern block. After travelling to Czechoslovakia and before going on to Warsaw, Mitterrand came to..
A great blessing and joy for all Orthodox Christians in Bulgaria is the Saint Athanasius Monastery near the town of Chirpan. It was founded by the saint himself in the IV century (344), near an old Roman fortress, close to the then town of Beroe..
Today the Bulgarian Orthodox Church honours the memory of the Venerable Anthony the Great. Bulgarians call the day Antonovden. Anthony is considered the founder of Christian monasticism. According to Bulgarian popular tradition Antonovden is..
Who were the world's first goldsmiths? The Thracians, who inhabited Bulgarian lands from the Bronze Age to the time of the Roman emperors, were certainly among them. And did you know that there are more than 80 Thracian treasures in museums and..
Exactly 80 years ago - on January 10, 1944, during the Second World War, the most destructive round-the-clock Anglo-American bombing was carried out over Sofia. At nighttime, the Bulgarian capital city was attacked by the British aviation, and during..
Starshel (Hornet), the oldest Bulgarian humour and satire newspaper, recently turned 78. The newspaper of choice for generations of Bulgarians has..
After the novel "Time Shelter" British readers can get acquainted with another book by Georgi Gospodinov - "Physics of Sorrow". It is now published for..
The people from the village of Nikola Kozlevo near Shumen count themselves lucky because there is one door they can knock on, day and night, to seek..