UNESCO Archive

10 Bulgarian fortresses you have to visit – Part 2

For more than 1300 years of existence, The Bulgarian state has its glorious times. We select

UNESCO recognizes The National Folklore Fair in Koprivshtica as an element of Intangible Cultural Heritage

The National Folklore Fair in Koprivshtica became the fifth Bulgarian Cultural element that was added to

The Male Ice Horo Dance in Kalofer – a Candidate for UNESCO

Due to an ancient tradition, the 6th of January is celebrated as Yordanovden (Epiphany) in Bulgaria.

Sofia – a host of the International Congress on World Civilizations and Creative Tourism

The Bulgarian capital Sofia hosts one of the most considerable events of the United Nations World

The new Rose Museum was opened in Kazanlak

The first living Museum of Rose in Bulgaria was inaugurated during the Rose festival 2016 in

Antient Serdica revives again

The largest open-air museum on the Balkans opens in Sofia On 20th of April 2016, on

Plovdiv is the host of the 23rd Concours Mondial de Bruxelles this April

The 23rd Concours Mondial de Bruxelles will take place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The city is also

Sirni Zagovezni (Shrove Sunday) – a day for forgiveness

Sirni Zagovezni (Shrove Sunday) is one of the biggest traditional holidays in Bulgaria, connected with the

Koprivshtitsa is one of the 30 best places in Europe

The Bulgarian town Koprivshtitsa is placed in the list of the 30 best places in Europe,

UNESCO recognized the Bulgarian feast “Surva” for intangible cultural heritage

The Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of UNESCO included the Bulgarian