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14 Aug 17
The ruins of a church of 14th century with a width of 6 meters and length of 13 meters were found in the fortress town of Cherven, Bulgaria as it was the 16th temple in this fortress.

31 Jul 17
Post Office Travel Money report said in Mirror newspaper, UK on July 22, 2017 that the three cheapest European beach resorts are Marmaris in Turkey, Costa del Sol in Spain and Sunny Beach in Bulgaria.

24 Jul 17
A clay vessel amphora of 6,000 years old has recently been exhibited in the archaeology museum in Varna as it said about the history of craftsmanship and seafaring of that time.

17 Jul 17
The archaeologists found a skeleton of a woman and other artifacts dated of Copper Age about 4,000 years B.C. and Bronze Age near Pleven, Bulgaria.

10 Jul 17
The excavations of the ruins of 7,000 years old settlement go on at Damianitza. There were found stone axes and tools of stone and bones, small clay figures of men including one figure with a ram mask on the head.

03 Jul 17
Some artifacts from the Roman necropolis in Sozopol including a gold head wreath, an iron knife, ceramic and glass vessels, a rare relief cup of Pergamum of 1st c. A.D. were exposed at the 10th exhibition of Bulgarian Archaeology.

26 Jun 17
Ruins of Roman buildings with walls of red bricks were found in the center of Varna, near the Roman baths dated 2 century A.D.

19 Jun 17
Telegraph.co.uk revealed on June 2, 2017 the results of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s survey of Europe's most expensive cities for 2017 as Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, takes number 35, near Belgrade 34 and Budapest 33.

12 Jun 17
The 114-th annual Bulgarian Rose Festival of oleaginous rose and contest of The Queen of Roses took place in Kazanlak, in the Rose Valley, Bulgaria on first Sunday of June, for 4,000 tourists including hundreds tourists from Japan and China.

05 Jun 17
The West gate of the fortress of Roman Serdika dated of the time of 3 to 6 centuries A.D. was renovated as a tourist’s attraction and it was opened for tourists of tours in Bulgaria on May 24, 2017.

29 May 17
The international team of archaeologists of the University of Tubingen, Germany claimed on May 22, 2017 in the magazine PLOS One that the found tooth in Tchirpan, Bulgaria and jaw in Pirgos, Greece proved being of Graecopithecus Freibergi those are the oldest predecessors of a man of 7 200 000 years ago.

22 May 17
An exhibition of photos in Sofia tells about the Thracian sanctuary of Staro Zelezare Hissarya found in 2004. It is a megalithic monument of 22 stone blocks in a circle of 7 m diameter, all were buried under a Thracian mound.

15 May 17
Seven Roman family grave tombs of bricks with stone lids of 6-th century A.D. were found on April 6, 2017 near the Monument of Vassil Levski in the construction of Hyatt hotel in the center of Sofia.

09 May 17
The Japanese TV channel BS 12-TwellV, with audience of 40 million families, will make a special tourism program for Bulgaria by broadcasting four minutes serial films for the group of 40-60 years old Japanese, who mostly like travelling abroad.

02 May 17
Many tourists of Japan are fond of visiting the places of amasing Thracian artrifacts in Bulgaria especially after seeing the Golden Legend Еxhibition of old treasures of European museums in Japan in 2015 and 2016.

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.

 

 

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