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Shipka Paradise in times of COVID-19

Hello, I am Fatma Nur from Turkey and I came to Bulgaria in September 2019 to my project.     This time we are going to speak about Shipka, the place where I am living in the last 3 months. Shipka is a beautiful and small town in Kazanlak, Bulgaria.[…]

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Liberation of Bulgaria

Today 3rd of March, Bulgaria celebrates its national holiday – the Day of Liberation. 141 years ago (18 February in the old style), Russia and Turkey signed the San Stefano Peace Treaty in 1878, which provides for the rebuilding of the Principality of Bulgaria. Today we talked about the Liberation[…]

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Kukeri Carnival

I will talk abaout Kukeri Carnival. I’ve heard a lot about the Kukeri Carnival since I came here. I was very curious. So I went to Ragovski for Kukeri Carnival. There were a lot of people wearing different costumes and masks. There were gruops of people from different places of[…]

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Valentine’s Day

What is Valentine’s Day? St Valentine’s Day is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration. Every year on 14 February people celebrate this day by sending messages of love and affection to partners, family and friends. Couples send Valentine’s Day cards and flowers and spend special time[…]

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Fashion Design

Fashion history is the history of people. People have loved clothing fashion for thousands of years. From the early days of Egypt to the day clothes have become the expression of who we are. Throughout history, drawing ,documents and other archaeological finds have also revealed fashion worn by people in[…]

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Interview with Local Students

The education in Bulgaria follows the traditional European system, and school education is compulsory for children from five to sixteen years of age. Internationally recognized diploma Bulgaria is a member of the European Union so all certificates and diplomas issued in the country are recognized internationally. They have private and[…]

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Holocaust Talk Show

The holocaust was the World War II genocide of the European Jews. Between 1941 and 1945. Nazi Germany and its collaborators systematically murdered some six million Jews, around two-thirds of Europe’s Jewish population. And the Nazi army killed around 5 million people of different ethnicity, religion, political beliefs and sexual[…]

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