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 St. IVAN RILSKI (also known as St John of Rila)

St. IVAN RILSKI (also known as St John of Rila)

8/18/2016 8:00:00 AM
St Ivan Rilski had lived in many places until he finally settled in the wonderful Rila Mountain where he founded a monastery that has been existing until now, for more than 1000 years. He made a lot of miracles and is honored today as the patron saint of Bulgaria. 
Today is the BABA MARTA DAY
Today is the BABA MARTA DAY
3/1/2017 8:00:00 AM
If you by any chance visit Bulgaria on the first day of March you are certain to notice almost every person decorated with small tokens made from red and white woollen threads.
SIRNI ZAGOVEZNI (Shrove Sunday/ Cheese Fasting)
Ritual table: cheese pastry, rite bread, cheese pumpkin, eggs, white halvah with nuts, fish.
International Agra 2017 Exhibition starts in Plovdiv
In the period February 22 to 26 the international Agra 2017 agricultural exhibition takes place in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv.
MESNI ZAGOVEZNI (Meat Fasting Day)
MESNI ZAGOVEZNI (Meat Fasting Day)
2/19/2017 11:00:00 AM
Mesni Zagovezni (Meat Fasting Day) - celebrated 8 Sundays before Easter. After the All Souls; Day (Goliama Zadoushnitsa) on Saturday, the following day, Sunday, people celebrate the Orthodox Chur...
Anniversary of the death of Vassil Levski
Today is the 142rd anniversary of the death of one of the greatest fighters for Bulgarian independence during the period of the Ottoman oprresion
Today is ZADOUSHNITZA (All Souls’ Day)
ZADOUSHNITZA (All Souls’ Day):
 Bulgarians Celebrate Love of Wine and Each Other
As lovers celebrate St Valentine's Day, many Bulgarians insist February 14 should be reserved for a traditional Bulgarian celebration - the feast of St. Trifon Zarezan.
ST.VLASSIOS/ BLASSIOS (also Hieromartyr Blaise)
Name day of Vlasso
ST. HARALAMBOS (Charalambos) the Martyr
Name day of everyone named Haralampij, Haralambi, Hari, Harry, Valentin/a, Valery, Valeria.
MEETING OF THE LORD
MEETING OF THE LORD
2/2/2017 9:00:00 AM
The Feast of the Meeting of the Lord is among the most ancient feasts of the Christian Church.