The holyday is a glorification of the spring awakening, youth and love. It is associated with one of our most picturesque customs – Lazaruvane. On this day, young girls in groups of 8, 10 or 12 visit all the houses in the village. People call them Lazarki.

Since ancient times on that day all Bulgarians give each other martenitsi - twisted red and white threads. Legends are told about this unique beautiful tradition, part of the Bulgarian intangible cultural heritage. Some are related to the proto-Bulgarians of khan Asparuh, others are even older.

On February 26, in the yard of the Regional Ethnographic Museum - Plovdiv, the official opening of the preserved and exposed hammam structures

The Hall of the Chinese Cultural Center in Sofia barely fitted all the interested ones for the new book by “Bulgarian Bestseller” publishing house - "Storm", "Tea House".

The 40th anniversary of the first International Children's Assembly "Banner of Peace" was celebrated in 2019.

On November 21, 2019, at the National Gallery - Square 500, Aatrium, the exhibition "At 65 Million Years - the Stone" was opened by our famous sculptor Ivan Rusev. It can be seen there until May 17, 2020.