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5 Things to Know about Pysanky, Traditional Easter Eggs of Eastern Europe

1. Pysanky are traditional handpainted eggs made during the Easter season throughout Eastern Europe, especially the Ukraine, Slovenia, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland and Bulgaria. Their origins are lost to history, but ornamented eggs have been excavated from archaeological sites dating as far back as the prehistoric era. 137 more words

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Easter In Bulgaria

Bulgarian Easter Traditions

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Easter is a Christian holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ class from the dead three days after his crucifixion on Good Friday. 745 more words

Bulgaria

Bulgaria's Finance Ministry to draft Tax Fraud Prevention Strategy

Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry is drafting a tax fraud prevention strategy in cooperation with other control authorities. Speaking at a forum on counteracting tax fraud organized by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS), Bulgarian Deputy Finance Minister Lyudmila Petkova said that the authorities had to identify the most efficient measures for counteracting illegal practices. 145 more words

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Homma toimii!

Yesterday my bike arrived in one piece, thanks to Ivan and Petia who I met at the airport.

They are really my saviors, helping me retrieve the bike from the airline company, getting me a cab without getting ripped off and set me up with a nice Hostel. 158 more words

Teaching, Vratsa, Bulgaria

My wonderful friends Hannah, who has had the(mis)fortune of knowing me since school and Boyan, her husband, have worked some magic and landed me with an English teaching job at a language school in Vratsa, Bulgaria.  3,943 more words

Bulgaria

VISITING PLOVDIV AND SAYING GOODBYE TO BULGARIA/ VISITANDO PLOVDIV E DICINDO ADEUS A BULGARIA

Yesterday was our last day in Bulgaria. We visited Plovdiv, the second biggest city in the country and, although it was raining, we could walk around and were really amazed at the beauty of this city. 109 more words

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Even before entering the Monastery of Rila, the bright colors of frescoes greet us.

The Rila Monastery was founded in the 10th century by St John of Rila. 202 more words

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