Culture in Europe (51)

How the modern Bulgarian movie industry changed the lives of many young Bulgarians

In the recent years in Bulgaria, there is a significant growth in the production of Bulgarian films and TV series.

How the Bulgarians celebrate the 1st of March or “Baba Marta”

As you probably know, here at INFO SEGA, a small team of volunteers was formed, which participates in different projects with aims towards the youth.

Intercultural evening

The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people.

Тhe unique asymmetric measures in the Macedonian and Bulgarian folklore

Every young person from Macedonia and Bulgaria should know, that the folklore of our two countries and more especially the folklore music is very special and almost unique to the world for one peculiarity and these are the so called in English “uneven beats” or “asymmetric measures” or also “irregular times (timings)”.

My first impression in Kavadarci

Zdravo! My name is Charline and I am a french volunteer at Info Sega in Kavadarci. I am 17 years old and for me this experience is a really big challenge because my level of English is really weak.

The Museum of Macedonian Struggle

To live in a country is not just to spend time there. Best way to know a country is to meet with people, to make researches about culture and history and even to learn language of that country.

We are smiling for 3700 years.

Oldest smile of the world discovered in Karkamış / TURKEY

The Festival of Cannes

Founded in 1946, this French Festival is taking place each year in Cannes (South of France) during 12 days. Over the years, it is becoming the most broadcasted film festival in the world, especially during the climbing of stairs : the red carpet and their 24 « glory stairs ».                                                                                                                        The Festival is also very critisized et was plunged into many scandals that releived french or international magazines and newspapers.