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First Bulgarian-designed electric car unveiled

First Bulgarian-designed electric car unveiled

18:47 | 06.09.2018 | by editor
The first Bulgarian-designed electric car was officially presented at a special ceremony in Sofia on Wednesday, the Economy Ministry said in a press release. The event was attended by Deputy Economy Minister Lachezar Borissov. The vehicle was presented by Rossen Daskalov, the owner of Sin Cars International - the company which made the car. Daskalov presented a road version of the first Bulgarian electric car, a racing car and a concept for a multifunctional and compact urban electric car...
More than 2 million trips by foreigners to Bulgaria reported in July

More than 2 million trips by foreigners to Bulgaria reported in July

08:16 | 29.08.2018 | by editor
Foreigners made 2.15 million trips to Bulgaria in July 2018 – an increase by 6.5 per cent compared with July 2017, the National Statistical Institute reported on Tuesday. Over half of these visits (57.2 per cent) were holiday trips and excursions. Another 7.4 per cent were business trips, and the remaining 35.4 per cent were made for other purposes such as visiting friends and relatives, education, or going to cultural or sport events. Also, in July 2018, Bulgarians made 727,500...
Treasure from the Middle Ages found in Kaliakra Fortress

Treasure from the Middle Ages found in Kaliakra Fortress

07:08 | 23.08.2018 | by editor
Archaeologists discovered a pot with 957 valuable artefacts in the Kaliakra Fortress on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea coast, the National History Museum said in a statement on Wednesday. The find was discovered last Friday during regular archaeological excavations under the floor of a room burned at the end of the 14th century, the statement also said. Regular excavations in Kaliakra Fortress were held for the 15th consecutive year, the statement said, adding that archaeologists have...
Bulgarian director’s film awarded top prize at Sarajevo Festival

Bulgarian director’s film awarded top prize at Sarajevo Festival

08:08 | 18.08.2018 | by editor
The Bulgarian film "Aga," directed by Milko Lazarov, won the Heart of Sarajevo award for best feature film at the Sarajevo Film Festival, one of the most important cultural events in the Balkans, Bulgarian National Television reported on Friday. "Aga" is about the life and the love of two people in a remote, isolated, icy region, where they manage to preserve the warmth and humanity in their relationship. The 24th Sarajevo Film Festival (August 10-17) saw 266 entries from 56 countries....
Bulgarians consume more products with unhealthy palm oil, says expert

Bulgarians consume more products with unhealthy palm oil, says expert

06:49 | 14.08.2018 | by editor
In the past years, Bulgarians have been buying ever more products containing refined palm oil. For example, in 2017 they ate a total of 12 000 tonnes of the harmful product in the form of cheese-imitating foods, Ivan Grancharov, member of the Bulgarian Association of Dairy Processors' governing board, said, as quoted by the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA). The expert recalled that an ordinance entered into force, which banned the production of imitating products and the use of palm oil in...
Bulgarian and Macedonian universities sign for stepping up partnership

Bulgarian and Macedonian universities sign for stepping up partnership

05:17 | 08.08.2018 | by editor
University of Veliko Turnovo in northern Bulgaria and International Slavic University in Macedonia signed two annexes to their 2016 cooperation agreement, the Bulgarian institution reported on Tuesday. One of the annexes stipulates joint training of undergraduates, postgraduates and doctoral candidates under common programmes. The other one envisages that the International Slavic University in Macedonia will provide its premises and facilities in Sveti Nikole and Bitola for use by the...
Hotel Marinela again nominated for the World Luxury Hotel Awards

Hotel Marinela again nominated for the World Luxury Hotel Awards

13:34 | 03.08.2018 | by editor
For third consecutive year, Hotel Marinela Sofia will take part in one of the most prestigious international awards - World Luxury Hotel Awards and will be positioned among the most luxurious hotels in the world with three nominations – Luxury Diplomatic Hotel, Luxury Hotel & Conference Centre, Luxury Modern Hotel. World Luxury Hotel Awards is the pinnacle of excellence in the luxury hotel business sector, offering international evaluation, voted by guests, tourists and industry...
Domestic violence can be prevented without conventions

Domestic violence can be prevented without conventions

05:49 | 31.07.2018 | by Antonia Kyumyurdjieva
Former Constitutional Court (CC) judge Plamen Kirov is a professor of constitutional law, a long-time lecturer and head of the constitutional-law science department with the Law Faculty of Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. Currently, he is a member of the Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC). He worked on many projects, participated in the working group that was created to prepare a new draft Bulgarian constitution. Mr. Kirov, were you surprised by the CC declaration...
Eastern Rhodopes as Noah’s Ark

Eastern Rhodopes as Noah’s Ark

06:27 | 30.07.2018 | by Irina Angelova
The tourist potential of the Eastern Rhodope Mountain has been growing in recent years and has been successfully presented not only at tourist exhibitions in Bulgaria but also at the world vacation fairs in London, Berlin, Istanbul and Moscow. The desire of local authorities is to not just increase the influx of visitors but also prolong the stay of guests on the territory of Kardjali. Vultures, bison and wild horses The Eastern Rhodopes are a heaven to ornithologists. IN the area...
Roof of Thracian Tomb Uncovered in Bulgaria

Roof of Thracian Tomb Uncovered in Bulgaria

07:16 | 28.07.2018 | by editor
Archaeologists in Bulgaria led by prof. Kostadin Kisyov of the Plovdiv Museum of Archaeology have discovered the roof of a monumental tomb in southern Bulgaria, the web site Archaeology in Bulgaria said. Judging by the style of architecture, coins, and pottery found around the tomb, scientists dated the burial to the third century CE. The tomb is seated within the Maltepe burial mound, which stood about 90 feet tall, and is said to be the largest ancient Thracian burial mound in the...
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