Kubrat, Bulgaria

Importance of the EU to Bulgaria

The positive effect of Bulgaria’s EU membership is undeniable.  It has provided innumerable opportunities for young people for instance, regarding their education, skills etc. It gave them the opportunity to travel and explore new areas, make friends and learn. EU...

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Customs and Traditions

On the 1st of March Bulgarian people celebrate a traditional holiday called Baba Marta (or Grandma Marta in English) and it is related to welcoming the approaching spring. Peolpe all over the world meet spring with joy and new hopes but in Bulgaria it is saved as an...

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Most popular and traditional food

Bulgaria’s Shopska Salad Most Liked by Europeans White, green and red – the colors of the Bulgarian national flag are skillfully interweaving in the masterpiece of this country’s culinary art – the Shopska Salad, which has turned into a hit within the EU. The...

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Sports and Hobbies

    Unfortunately sports are not very popular in the town, not because people don’t want to do sports but because of the lack of facilities. Yet, they do have handball teams for boys and girls ( boys are much better, though), football teams for students and...

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A Typical School Day

A typical school day starts at 7.30. Students usually have 6 or 7 classes and each class lasts 40 or 45 minutes ( right now they are 40 min each) with a ten-minute break after every class and a thirty-minute long break after the second class. During the long break...

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