A collection of glass photographic plates from 1912–1913 reveals fragments of unknown Balkan history
Ironically, most Bulgarians associate the date 9 September with the 1944 Communist coup. But for Bulgaria's Jews it has an entirely different meaning: On that day 100 years ago, in Sofia, King Ferdinand attended the inauguration of Europe's largest Sephardic…
Rotten fruit and bad service in Sofia's notorious Women's Market
Even though it is considered a staple of national cuisine, bread in Bulgaria is very bad and Bulgarians have, to say the least, an odd attitude to it
Accidents in Bulgaria might trigger massive grief but no meaningful prosecution
Centuries ago, some Balkan Christians swapped Jesus for Muhammad, a choice that still has repercussions on the peninsula
Despite the clouds on the economic horizon this year, Bulgarians will still pull out all the stops to celebrate school graduation
Urbanisation may eradicate the Islamic community of Bulgaria's Alians
Drugs are increasingly becoming part and parcel of life in Bulgaria
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Society

ARRIVAL CITY

ARRIVAL CITY

Hristo Botev neighbourhood risks becoming ghetto next to Sofia Airport

Vagabond Interviews

ON COMMUNISM, ANTI-COMMUNISM AND WHAT CO…

ON COMMUNISM, ANTI-COMMUNISM AND WHAT COMES AFTER

One of Bulgaria's top intellectuals, Georgi Lozanov, is a familiar face to Vagabond readers. A philosopher and a media expert with many years as a leading member of the National...

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