Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv celebrated on May 23 its official naming by EU culture ministers earlier in the week as European Capital of Culture 2019. Along with performances by bands […]
Bulgaria’s cabinet approved on May 20 the transfer of 11 000 sq m of land to the National Railway Infrastructure Company that will be part of an ...
Archaeologists conducting a dig in central Plovdiv near the Bulgarian National Radio regional headquarters have found the grave of a child, estimated ...
Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv has been chosen to host prestigious international wine competition the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in 2016, from Ap ...
The Plovdiv District Court sentenced Viktor Alexandrov to a year in jail for trying to set fire to the Bulgarian city’s landmark historic Dzhumaya mosque on January 5. The sentence […]
A renovation and reconstruction project worth 1.5 million leva of Plovdiv’s Ancient Theatre was to get underway on April 15, while the Roman-era Odeon theatre site is also set for […]
The early warning siren system will be tested in Sofia and 10 other cities on April 1 2015 at 1pm, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry said. The siren system is intended to […]
Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv will allow buskers on its main street only if they can show a diploma in music education, the municipality has announced, saying that it is copying […]
Excavations of Plovdiv’s Great Basilica, the largest early Christian church found in Bulgaria and among the largest in South Eastern Europe, are to begin within weeks, ahead of the opening […]
Plovdiv municipality has been awarded 740 000 euro by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area to digitise close to 50 000 sites and items of the heritage of […]