Oddly, Bulgaria appears to be the odd man out in the free world in matters of... art. No, this is not a question of censorship of unabashed nudity or controversial political viewpoints.
"If they wanted my business, they could just say so. I would stop doing business."  Multimillionaire Vasil Bozhkov, now a crime suspect
This is the biggest and grandest Bulgarian Orthodox monastery and a major site visited by busloads of both domestic and international tourists every day.
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"When I retire from being a prime minister, I will start a website and will become a top investigative journalist." Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Bulgarian media freedoms
Notwithstanding his brief introduction as the "prime minister of Belgium" on Fox News, Boyko Borisov seems to have had a good time in Washington DC where he got some photo ops with US President Donald Trump.
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Few people brave the Bulgarian Black Sea coast in wintertime, but nothing compares to being able to roam the empty streets of this amazing town in February or March.
The people of Dolna Oryahovitsa in northern Bulgaria, which can imaginatively be translated as Lower Nutsville – a town not far from Gorna Oryahovitsa, which also can imaginatively be translated as Upper Nutsville – were given a difficult choice at last month's…
"The state apparatus was converted into an elections-winning machine." Mustafa Karadaya, leader of the Movement of Freedom and Rights, or DPS
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