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Expats Celebrate The Royal Wedding In Bulgaria

westminsterabbeyToday saw expat gatherings all over Bulgaria to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton which took place in London's Westminster Abbey.

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Easter Celebrations In Bulgaria

insidechurchThis year 2011 is unusual for countries like Bulgaria where the dominant religion is Orthodox Christianity as it falls on the same date as the Christian and catholic Easter, this only happens periodically.

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Trends And The Property Market In Bulgaria

piechartOn April 5th 2011 the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute (NSI) announced the express data of the national census which took place in February 2011.

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Bulgaria's Nuclear Fuel

powerplantAs we all know, there has been much in the media over recent weeks regarding the tragedy that Japan is having to deal with right now.

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Bulgarian Property Market-Russians Still Lead The Way

estate agentThere seems to be no let up in the Russian trend of buying property in Bulgaria. 2010 showed a huge downward spiral of British investors in Bulgaria who over previous years had proven to be the country’s most prolific buyers.

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Bulgaria's Chance To Cash In

albenabeachThe troubles in the Arab countries in the Middle East and North Africa may prove to be a blessing in disguise to the summer holiday scene in Bulgaria.

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Bulgarian Mortgage Update

happybusinesswomanAccording to data of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) the number of granted mortgage loans increased by 16.5% in the first two months  of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010.

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The Future Of Small Post Offices In Bulgaria

envelopeThe future of Bulgarian villages is yet again in a dilemma. The state owned Bulgarian Posts EAD has reported that by 2016, it plans to gradually close post offices in towns and villages with a population of less than 800 residents. This will mean 30% of its branches across Bulgaria will be closed.

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2011 Budget Leaves Pensioners Out In The Cold

maturecouplenetWith UK Chancellor George Osborne unveiling this year's budget last week, UK citizens have been eager to learn how the budget will affect them.

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Free Sightseeing Tour Of Sofia

alexnevskicathedralA free sightseeing, walking tour of the city of Sofia in Bulgaria is now available twice a day everyday. Organised by a non profit group of young local people known as 'Free Sofia Tour', who are enthusiastic and keen to share their city with tourists and provide information about the historic attractions on route.

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