Sofia becomes more pleasant place for living after the traditional spring cleaning
Thousands of Sofia’s residents joined Let's Clean Bulgaria for One Day initiative.
The initiative was organised in Bulgaria on Saturday, April 26. It was held in many cities, villages, national parks and others in Bulgaria.
Let's Clean Bulgaria for One Day is a campaign launched by bTV television in 2011, as part of the global campaign World Cleanup of the international movement Let’s Do It! World.
It attracts numerous volunteers all over the country, including different institutions, companies, statesmen, public figures and citizens, who join forces and clean a selected region or area, parks and gardens and different public open spaces.
The campaign began in early April and will continue until April 30th. In the first half of April were cleaned private properties, adjacent to residential areas, houses, yards, parking lots, state and municipal offices.
Until April 30th it will be continued cleaning of parks, playgrounds, gardens and sport facilities, spaces between buildings. Other cleaning activities are removing graffiti, planting trees and flowers, painting on electric poles, restoration and painting of benches.
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