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Balkanfolk 2010 in Koprivshtitsa
27 August 2010

Balkanfolk workshop is a meeting of participants from around the world. Admirers of the Balkan folklore will experience the culture, traditions and customs of the Balkan countries and the beauty of Bulgaria.

In 2010 the workshop took place in Koprivshtitsa – a small museum-town, about 80 kilometres from the capital – Sofia, in Sredna gora mountain. The houses in the town have a specific architectural style which has been preserved during the years. In Koprivshtitsa ancient handicrafts can be seen and the history of Bulgaria can be felt.
More than 65 participants from Germany, France, Australia, Great Britain, Finland, Switzerland,United States, Hungary, Japan and Belgium attended to Balkanfolk 2010

Participants in the Seminar for Bulgarian and Balkan Folklore - Balkanfolk 2010 Part of the organisation staff Participants from Australia Farewell Ceremony Bulgarian Dances Bulgarian Dances Serbian Dances Lonna and Linda Nicolas from France Serbian Dances Serbian Dances Balkanfolk shop Koprivshtitsa 2010 Koprivshtitsa Koprivshtitsa Staff 2010 Balkanfolk evenings Zornitsa Orchestra in Balkanfolk 2010 Workshop

Participants in the Seminar for Bulgarian and Balkan Folklore - Balkanfolk 2010

Participants in the Seminar for Bulgarian and Balkan Folklore - Balkanfolk 2010
27.08.2010, PIERRE VERNOY
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