Information about miscellaneous categories of Bulgarian things.
Kamenitza created a clever on site beer advertisement by turning a sculpture outside the National Stadium into a couple of giant sized bottle openers.
Euro adoption in Bulgaria is a question of when, not if. Timing is linked to meeting five convergence criteria concerning local economic progress.
Esoterica is a collection of topics which either don't fit easily into any of the other categories or which, in our not-always-logical estimation, deserve...
A list of all regular and airmail postage stamps issued by the Kingdom of Bulgaria between 1908 and 1931. Click to view stamps or to learn about the subject.
A word cloud of the speech by Ms Tsetska Tsacheva, President of the Bulgarian National Assembly, for the 126th anniversary of the Unification of Bulgaria.
Health and beauty company AVON have sponsored a clean white tram car on the number 10 line, calling on women to speak out against domestic violence.
The Bulgarian currency is called the lev (plural leva). The fractional measure is called the stotinka (plural stotinki). Banknotes are issued currently in denominations...
The Bulgarian Post has issued a stamp commemorating the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912.
What began as a building materials innovation in Sweden over 80 years ago has today become the world famous brand YTONG.
The Treaty of San Stefano marked the end of the Russo-Turkish War. Bulgarians celebrate 3 March as their liberation day from 500 years of Ottoman oppression.
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