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Exhibitions
Bulgaria
8 May 2008 - 29 May 2008
Tea Gallery, Sofia, 10 Dimitar Hadjikotsev Str Bulgaria


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Painting Exhibition ‘Maidens and Bells’

On May 8 from 7 PM at Tea Gallery a painting exhibition opens to present the young and talented Bulgarian artist Vili Nikolov. The theme ‘Maidens and Bells’ unites 27 canvases, on which the artist has created an eternal and fantastic world, populated by maids and lads, shepherds and kukeri, white churches and cosy houses, black sheep and motley cocks.

The exhibition will last until May 29 2008 in Tea Gallery, Sofia, 10 Dimitar Hadjikotsev Str.

For contacts:
Margarita Nikolova
+359 2 963 06 05
+359 2 963 11 30





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Exhibitions
Bulgaria
12 May 2008 - 30 May 2008
Dali Art centre, Plovdiv, 1 Krivolak Str. Bulgaria



‘Meeting the mayor, the teacher and the priest’

A touching wink to the traditions

On 12 May from 6 PM in Dali art centre in Plovdiv the exhibition of knitted puppets made by Svetla Hristova will be opened.

The 52 years old artist has given the name to the exhibition ‘Meeting the mayor, the teacher and the priest’. This is a hobby for Svetla Hristova. Her inspiration comes from her children and her grandson. All puppets are knitted or weaved with a lot of desire and love and represent Bulgarians’ favorite fairy tale heroes.

The message that the artist leaves is a hint and a light reminder of the past.

The exhibition will last until 30 May 2008.


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Fests
Bulgaria
20 May 2008 - 1 Jun 2008
Karlovo, Bulgaria



Rose Festival - Karlovo 2008

Celebration of the Rose - Karlovo 2008

The Rose Festival in the town of Karlovo is organized by "Vassil Levski" cultural club based in the town and will last until 1 June. The celebration includes: the "Queen of the Roses" competition, "Thracian Wedding" ethnographic exhibition and many concerts.

On 31 May 2008 from 8:45 PM in the rose gardens of Karlovo the ritual gathering of roses will be represented by folklore groups from the region of Karlovo along with a parade led by the Queen of the Roses. Form 10:30 AM on the "20th July" square the "Naiden Kirov" ensemble from the town of Rousse will take part in the concert "A Feast in the Valley of Roses".

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