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On This Day: May 27th

On the 27th of May Simeon I the Great died, he was the first Bulgarian to be recognised as emperor. He ruled over the First Bulgarian Empire from 893-927 when he died of heart failure in his palace in Preslav. 131 more words


Wetlands once more

One of the advantages of having been born under an Aquarian star sign is that I love water.  I have always been happy in it, on it or beside it whether it be fresh or saline in its nature.   1,078 more words

Good Dalmatian pelican news from Bulgaria

This video is about Dalmatian pelicans in Greece.

By Emilia Yankova in Bulgaria, 20 May 2016:

New colony of Dalmatian Pelicans established in Bulgaria…

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Life in pictures/ Bulgaria + the Czech Republic

I have been living, traveling, learning, and loving so much these past few years. Life seems to move so fast these days, and I sometimes forget to pause and savor all the memories I’ve made. 947 more words

Mountains are calling - Rodopi and Pirin.

Pirin named in an honor of the thunder and strom god Peruan by Slavic tribes with it’s 186 lakes, 230 springs and majestic Vihren (2915m) and Pirin National park is a dream world for nature lovers.  672 more words


A Trip to Bulgaria

A few months ago I went to Horizons Festival in Bansko, Bulgaria. It was my first time going to a music festival in the snow, and although the week was absolutely exhausting, it was one of the best things I’ve done in a long time and would definitely go again. 40 more words


Georgi Gospodinov: Never Stop Wondering

Georgi Gospodinov is the undisputed star of modern Bulgarian literature. With two books, Natural Novel and The Physics of Sadness, he successfully conquered not only the hearts of the reading public in this country but also book fairs worldwide. 1,339 more words