Poems by contemporary Moroccan authors were presented for the second time in this year at an event organized by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco to Bulgaria and the Europe and the World Foundation.
Paul Claudel (1868-1955) is one of the favorite French authors of the translator Andrey Manolov. He has been translating Claudel’s works throughout his youth, and it has been a real pleasure for him. The same pleasure is experienced by the readers when they are immersed in the whirlwind of Claudel’s Cinq grandes Odes
At a reception, held at the Brazilian Embassy in Sofia, the National Day of Brazil was celebrated. It was linked to the anniversary of the declaration of its independence om Spetember 7, 1822. Unfortunately, a few days before the feast a fire devastated the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro.
July 30 was Throne Day, the 19th anniversary of the …
The evening of Moroccan poetry, which took place at the residence of H. E. Mrs. Zakia El Midaoui, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Bulgaria, was in many ways an unusual event of its kind.
In the distant year 1968, the renowned Bulgarian political scientist, journalist, Latin American scholar and long-time lecturer at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communications at St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University Prof. Dr. Penka Karaivanova visited South America
The second edition of the Asian Festival will be held on Saturday, May 12th, 2018, from 10am – 8pm, in Borisova Garden, Sofia. The event is aimed at bringing the “Colours of Traditions” of Asia to the people of Bulgaria and the international communities in Sofia
H. E. Mrs. Zakia El Midaoui, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Bulgaria, opened on March 6, 2018, the exhibition of the artist photographer Vasil Todev called Tea in the Desert. It can be seen at the Photosynthesis, 57 Vasil Levski Blvd, downtown Sofia
A real Bulgarian-Moroccan folklore feast was the event organized on November 16 at the residence of the Kingdom of Morocco Ambassador to Bulgaria, H. E. Mrs. Zakia El Midaoui.
An exhibition called “Morocco, its Land, its Nature and its …
Since ancient times Azerbaijan has been known as one of the largest centers of traditional handicrafts, including carpets, jewelry, embroideries, textiles, ceramics, copperware etc. The carpet is an integral part of the Azerbaijani culture.
The Ninth Sofia MENAR Film Festival, which includes films from the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa, is held from January 12 to January 29. For the first time it features two films from Azerbaijan, too.