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Top Sofia (Bulgaria) Articles

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  • Move over Dracula, tourists flock to see Bulgarian 'vampire'

     
    The discovery last week of a 700-year-old skeleton with metal stakes where his heart had been has stirred a bout of vampire-mania in Europe and attracted flocks of tourists to the churchyard grave site in Bulgaria's Black Sea port of Sozopol. So keen is...
  • Classically Trained: Bringing their best to Bulgaria

    Classically Trained: Bringing their best to Bulgaria
    IRVINE — They've sold out two concerts in Europe. But that was probably the easiest part. Now they've got to pack their suitcases and polish their instruments — not to mention print out those boarding passes to fly to the shows. Still, sold-...
  • Classically Trained: Maestro has strong musical roots

    Classically Trained: Maestro has strong musical roots
    SEAL BEACH — When your father plays violin, your brother plays violin, your cousins play violin and your aunt plays viola, clearly the sounds of strings run deep in the family. So it was only natural that Maxim Eshkenazy take up the family trade...
  • Bulgarian Bus Bombing Suspect Had Fake U.S. License

    Bulgarian Bus Bombing Suspect Had Fake U.S. License
    BURGAS, Bulgaria -- A bus bombing that killed five Israeli tourists, the bus driver and the suspected bomber in Bulgaria was probably carried out by a male suicide attacker who had a fake Michigan driver's license, Bulgaria's interior minister said...
  • Mission: Sofia, Bulgaria

    They have to wear a suit and tie practically everyday and are only permitted to use the phone to call their parents, but even then only on Christmas and Mother's Day. Interaction between sexes is limited, so dating is out and even flirting isn't...
  • From the archives: Longtime Bulgaria Leader Resigns; Reformer Named

    MOSCOW -- Bulgarian President Todor Zhivkov, the longest-serving leader in Eastern Europe, resigned Friday, thrusting his country into the political maelstrom sweeping the region. Zhivkov, 78, who stepped down after 35 years in power, was replaced as...