Clair de Lune

May 12, 2022

Clair de Lune (in Bulgarian) is an amazing novel by the amazing Justine Toms about the Armenian genocide, the atrocities of the communist regime and the strength of the human spirit. The plot engulfs you – you read and cry, and can’t leave the book until you finish the final page.

Nothing is forgotten.

No one is forgotten.

Chapeau, Justine!

 


Good Friday Orthodox Chants

April 22, 2022

Fabulous Orthodox chants that are performed only on Good Friday. Text (PDF – in Bulgarian).

Easter eggs – 2022

Byzantine Chant: Blessed Are You O Lord


Dunakiliti

April 10, 2022

Dunakiliti – a small village in Hungary, some 20-30 minutes away from Bratislava. Worth enjoying the tranquility and trying the fantastic Hungarian cuisine of Sári Csárda.

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Edmond Dachik’s art

April 6, 2022

Edmond Dachik is a young and very colourful artist of Bulgarian and Albanian origin. His exhibition “Church of Colours”, the opening of which took place in Bratislava on 5 April 2022, intrigues with the symbolism in the images. Enjoy Edmond’s colourful art on Instagram >>>

Edmond Dachik


Mosonmagyaróvár

March 6, 2022

Mosonmagyaróvár – small Hungarian town on the border with Austria and Slovakia, famous for its thermal spa facilities and needless to say, delicious Hungarian cuisine.


Neusiedl am See

March 5, 2022

Neusiedl am See (within an hour drive from Bratislava) was part of the Kingdom of Hungary until 1920/21. After the end of World War I it was given to Austria. A sunny day by any lake is relaxing!