(composer) Georgi Dimitrov at the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music (Sofia), from which he graduated in 1957. During his studies and as a result of the influence of Filip Kutev he became interested in Bulgarian folk music, which has been his main field of work since then. In 1957 he founded the ''Dobrudja Folk Ensemble'', which he directed until 1982. He became then Director of the folk ensemble "Silistra", until 1988. He has been a member of the jury in many
by the Bulgarian army. Report of the International Commission to Inquire into the Causes and Conduct of the Balkan Wars, published by the Endowment Washington, D.C. 1914, p. 97-99 pp.79-95 The Great Events by Famous Historians, Charles F. Horne, 2006, ISBN 978-1426441073, p. 420 The Greek army then divided its forces and advanced in two directions. Part proceeded east and occupied Western
weather and difficult terrain. ''Great Events'' According to Długosz, Suleiman was also ordered that after inflicting defeat on Stephen, he was to advance towards Poland, set camp for the winter, then invade Hungary in spring, and unite his forces with the army of the Sultan. The Ottoman army consisted of Janissaries (Janissary) and heavy infantry, which were supported by the heavy cavalry ''sipahis'' and by the light cavalry (''akinci''), who would scout ahead
, the transit from Shkodër to Moldavia was a month's journey through bad weather and difficult terrain. ''Great Events'' According to Długosz, Suleiman was also ordered that after inflicting defeat on Stephen, he was to advance towards Poland, set camp for the winter, then invade Hungary in spring, and unite his forces with the army of the Sultan. The Ottoman army consisted of Janissaries (Janissary) and heavy infantry, which were
, Rousse, Silistra, Sliven, Sofia, Varna and Yambol *'''Canada''': Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver - 9th (9th World Festival of Youth and Students) 1968 Sofia, Bulgaria 20,000 138 "For Solidarity, Peace and Friendship" - Production and release The film was based upon Nelson's own play adapted from Nyiszli's book. A 90 percent scale "model" of the Birkenau camp was built near
that they dropped two places and finished third. Bulgaria continued to the next round, where they faced Mexico (Mexico national football team). The match ended 1–1 and after no goals were scored in extra time, penalties would decide which team would go through. Team captain Borislav Mihaylov made a good performance saving the first three penalty kicks. Bulgaria won 3–1 on penalties with Mihaylov becoming the hero for the Bulgarian team. In the quarter-finals, Bulgaria faced the then-defending World Cup
", to enter the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. Popova was not voted through semi-finals and thus did not qualify for the final on May 20. Korbas is famous for his excellent national team debut. On September 12, 1937 in Sofia, versus Bulgaria, he scored 3 goals and the match ended in 3-3 draw. In the history of the Polish national football team (Poland national football team) only two players managed to score a hat-trick in their first game, the other being Zygmunt
to shape the new capital's architectural appearance. Among the architects invited to work in Bulgaria were Friedrich Grünanger, Adolf Václav Kolář, Viktor Rumpelmayer and others, who designed the most important public buildings needed by the newly
the recording studio"). and most of Richter's recordings originate from live performances. Thus, his live recitals from Moscow (1948), Warsaw (1954 and 1972), Sofia (1958), New York City (1960), Leipzig (1963), Aldeburgh (multiple years), Prague (multiple years), Salzburg (1977) and Amsterdam (1986), are hailed as some of the finest documents of his playing, as are other myriad live recordings issued prior to and since his death on labels
, 1939 in Sofia) is a Franco (France)-Bulgarian philosopher. He has lived in France since 1963 with his wife Nancy Huston and their two children, writing books and essays about literary theory, thought history (history of ideas) and culture theory. DATE OF BIRTH March 1, 1939 PLACE OF BIRTH Sofia, Bulgaria DATE OF DEATH Confusingly, a few hotels in ''The Luxury Collection'' which were originally part of the ITT Sheraton Luxury group kept their ''Sheraton'' name when the Luxury division was spun off as a completely separate brand under Starwood. There are six such hotels remaining today, operating with the name Sheraton, but not part of Sheraton. Those hotels are Sheraton Addis (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit (Bangkok, Thailand), Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan (Sofia, Bulgaria), Sheraton Algarve Hotel (Albufeira, Portugal), Sheraton Park Tower (Sheraton_Park_Tower_Hotel) (London, United Kingdom) and Sheraton Kuwait Hotel & Towers (Kuwait City, Kuwait). Sânnicolau Mare is known for the Treasure of Nagy Szent Miklos (Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós), a treasure of 23 gold objects discovered here in 1799 (it was then called ''Nagy Szent Miklos'' ''Groß-Sankt-Niklaus'' in the Habsburg Monarchy). The pieces are on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna and the National Museum of History (National Historical Museum (Bulgaria)), Sofia. The town is the birthplace of Béla Bartók, the notable 20th-century Hungarian composer. The town is 64 kilometers away from Timişoara, the biggest city in the region. - 30 March 22, 1989 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria
of the National Bank and the Presidency. Two natural sciences museums — the Natural History Museum (National Museum of Natural History (Bulgaria)) and the Earth and Man (Earth and Man National Museum) — display minerals, animal species (alive and taxidermic (Taxidermy)) and rare materials. The Ethnographic Museum and the National Museum of Military History (National Museum of Military History (Bulgaria)) are other places of interest, holding large collections of Bulgarian folk
) is a Bulgarian rock (Rock and roll) band, founded 1988 in Sofia by four classmates from the local Mathematics High School. The band describe their music as ''alco-agro-porno-punk'' though elements of ska, hard rock and heavy metal (Heavy metal music) are used ''en masse'' as well. Hipodil's popularity however is based in large on their aggressive, sarcastic, sometimes vulgar and explicit but yet humorous lyrics. Because of that Hipodil are known as a "scandalous and rebellious" band. Their main goal is to entertain the listener and themselves; most of the lyrics concern topics such as alcohol, sex, women, the status quo, etc.; they frequently ridicule famous Bulgarian and non-Bulgarian people and even politicians (and sometimes songs). Nevertheless, the band has some pretty serious tracks with complex and socially oriented lyrics. All the lyrics are in Bulgarian (Bulgarian language) and are written by vocalist Svetoslav Vitkov (''Svetlyo''). Most of the music is composed by guitarist Petar Todorov (''Pesho''). In a great number of songs, guest musicians take part, adding mainly to the brass section. Between the wars In Constantinople, with the help of the court pianist to the Sultan, Ilen Ilegey, Bortkiewicz began to give concerts and started teaching again. He became well known throughout a number of embassies and made an acquaintance with the wife of the Yugoslavian ambassador Natalie Chaponitsch, to whom he dedicated his ''Trois Morceaux'', Op. 24 (1922). She organised musical gatherings for Bortkiewicz within the embassy, and it was with the help of her husband that the composer and his wife were able to obtain a visa for Yugoslavia. Bortkiewicz and his wife came to Sofia via Belgrade, where they had to wait for some time before obtaining an Austrian visa. On 22 July 1922 the composer and his wife reached Austria. '''BNT 1''' (БНТ 1) is a Bulgarian-language (Bulgarian language) public (public television) television station founded in 1959. It began broadcasting on December 26 the same year. The headquarters are located in Sofia, Bulgaria. BNT 1 is run by the Bulgarian National Television. founded 1990 headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria key_people Michael Donsky (Managing Director) The production was stopped when the Soviets (Soviet Union) decided to move the production line in the Soviet Union, allegedly after a high ranking official from Moscow had a ride with the car in Sofia, Bulgaria. About Malaxa
'''Sofia''' ( ) is the capital (Capital city) and largest city (List of cities and towns in Bulgaria) of Bulgaria. Its history spans 2,400 years.
The city is located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country. It occupies a strategic position at the centre of the Balkan Peninsula.
Sofia is the 15th largest city (Largest cities of the European Union by population within city limits) in the European Union with population of around 1.3 million people. It has been ranked by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network as a Beta− city (Global city#GaWC study). Sofia, ''The Times''. Retrieved March 23, 2011 Many of the major universities, cultural institutions and commercial companies of Bulgaria are concentrated in Sofia. Internet Hostel Sofia, Tourism in Sofia. Retrieved Jan, 2012