Sunday, 20 August 2017

Easter Photo Opportunity in Bozhenci, Bulgaria   
17 April 2014 | Architectural reserves may seem sometimes touristy or hollow, but Bozhenci, Eastern Bulgaria, does not. It’s been blossoming under the sun for some centuries now. Its quiet cobbled streets and wooden houses, protruding through lush vines, compose the idyllic panorama, which many Bulgarians see in their dreams of the country side.

Easter is celebrated with gusto there, and this year between 17 and 20 of April the village opens for visits two of the most interesting houses – Doncho Popov’s and Mengema. An exhibition in the New School is titled “Seated on a horse, you are both sitting and walking”

Baba Rayna’s house – another lovely ethnic place, - offers opportunities to paint Easter eggs Bulgarian style on your own, and to take a photo in national attire, against the authentic background of a typical XVIII-century home.

A concert on the main square and a festive mass will take place in Bozhenci on Sunday, when Bulgarians celebrate Easter.




Foreign Wines Outnumbered Bulgarian Ones on Vinaria 2014 Competition

11 March 2014 | National wine tastings, preceding Bulgaria’s biggest wine fair, Vinaria 2014, started today with a surprise: foreign wines exceeded in number Bulgarian ones first time in history of the competition. Full Story

Curiosity Chest

Dimitur, who visualisеd the Bulgarian expression “Pumpkin Head!”

26 February 2014 | He is 26 and he tried to enroll in the national Fine Arts academy. Academics, though, refused to recognize his talents, and this is how he searched for consolation in food carving. Full Story


Bansko Jazz Festival in Bulgaria: The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Music

Although Bankso is still best known as Bulgaria’s biggest and most modern winter resort and a skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts’ favourite, the town – nestled in the Pirin Mountain, has also established a reputation among music lovers as the host town of one of the country’s biggest jazz festivals. Full Story