20.06.2017 Strong interest to the Bulgarian real estate market
The portal has mapped the house price growth at the end of 2016 using most recent data from Eurostat. The data shows that Bulgaria is among the countries with moderate to high growth with an annual increase in property prices in 2016 by 8% which is much higher than the average for the EU where they rose by 4.7 per cent accross the whole of 2016.
Among the EU member states for which statistics are available, the highest annual increases in house prices in 2016 were in Iceland (13.6 per cent), Norway (11.6 per cent) and the Czech Republic (11 per cnt), says the portal.
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The island of Saint Anastasia will welcome guests with folk rituals for health and fertility in the first edition of the "Bile Fest", a heraldic festival, announced Burgas Municipality.
More than 50 participants will take part in the event with herbs and healthy foods, curative extracts and ointments, and will show the authentic ways of preparing them.
The accompanyin... read more
The Bulgarian MPs unanimously named the town of Veliko Tarnovo historical and spiritual capital of Bulgaria.
99 MPs voted in favor of the proposal made by initiative committee representing the public from Veliko Tarnovo. The town was capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom (from the end of the 12th to the end of the 14th century) and capital of the Principality of Bulgaria between ... read more
For the fifteenth consecutive year on 18 May Sofia will mark the European Museum Night.
More than 50 galleries and museums have prepared an interesting program including exhibitions, concerts, workshops, screenings and various art events dedicated to the event.
European Museum Night - Sofia 2019 is organized by the French Institute in Bulgar... read more
The German carmaker Volkswagen relies on electromobility. By the end of this year, the production of "Volkswagen I.D." will begin.
As a result, the company will also build a new factory in Eastern Europe, and Bulgaria is also among the candidates, reports Deutsche Welle.
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