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24 Apr 17
The aim of the Japanese language competition for high scholl students named Balkan Japan Bowl is that the students in the Balkans, including Bulgaria, to know more about history, culture and language of Japan.

18 Apr 17
The Archaeology museum in Sofia opened for tours of Bulgaria from April 6, 2017 till July 9,2017 two exhibitions of artifacts of pagan Bulgaria before 9-th century A.D. and Austrian gold treasure of Sânnicolau Mare Nagyszentmiklós of 6-th to 10-th century A.D.

10 Apr 17
The President of the Japan-Southeast Europe Business Association (JSEEBA), founded in 2014, said in Sofia on April 3, 2017, that the Japanese language competition for high scholl students named Balkan Japan Bowl, under the patronage of Her Imperial Highness the Princess Takamado, would take place in Bulgaria in 2018.

03 Apr 17
Ruins of a Roman fortress including stone and clay tiles and metal fittings of 3 century A.D. were found on construction of a road near Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.

27 Mar 17
The Есоnоmіѕt Іntеllіgеnсе Unіt reported that Sofia of Bulgaria is the cheapest for living capital city in Europe together with Bucharest of Romania and Belgrade of Serbia.

20 Mar 17
The archaeologists studied 11 graves with metal and bone burial objects of Avars and Slavs tribes of 7 century - the time of second phase of migration period of peoples at the ruins of Zaldapa near Ruse.

13 Mar 17
A bronze statuette of Hermes, of II century AD, was found near Debelt in the ruins of Deultum, the oldest Roman city in Bulgaria who had been set up from Roman legionnaires.

06 Mar 17
The archaeologists have found a bronze seal and a statuette of God Apollo of 3 century in Perperikon.

01 Mar 17
Gold and silver adornments, and others 350 artefacts from time of 40 000 years back until the middle ages found in Bulgaria in 2016 are shown at the Museum of Archaeology, Sofia till April, 2017.

20 Feb 17
A recently found pottery from prehistoric settlement near Mursalevo, Southwestern Bulgaria can be seen from the tourists of tours to Bulgaria.

13 Feb 17
A cultural digital center will be opened in the ruins of the walls of Roman Serdika in the city center of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, by finances of a Norwegian cultural program.

06 Feb 17
A Gospel book in Cyrillic, printed in Vilnius in 1644, was donated to History Museum in Sofia on January 23, 2017. The Gospel book is a large format and richly decorated with ornaments.



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