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  • National Anthem of Bulgaria

    1:14

    Originally written and composed by a Bulgarian student in 1885, as he went off to fight in the Serbo-Bulgarian war, the song was titled “Горда Стара планина” (“Gorda Stara planina”) [Proudly Rise the Balkan Peaks]. The original lyrics have undergone revisions since its original composition, the latest after the fall of the communist government in 1990 where verses not in the original lyrics speaking of friendship with Russia, the Communist Party, and fallen fighters were removed. As the national anthem its name comes from the first line of the chorus rather than the first line of the verse.
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    Himni kombëtar i Bullgarisë
    النشيد الوطني لبلغاريا
    National Anthem Բուլղարիայի
    National Anthem на България
    Himna Bugarskoj
    Státní hymna Bulharsko
    National Anthem Bulgarien
    Volkslied van Bulgarije
    Hymne national de la Bulgarie
    Nationalhymne von Bulgarien
    Εθνικός Ύμνος της Βουλγαρίας
    ההמנון הלאומי של בולגריה
    बुल्गारिया के राष्ट्रीय गान
    National Anthem of Bulgaria
    Inno Nazionale della Bulgaria
    Lagu Kebangsaan Bulgaria
    National Anthem of Bulgaria
    ਬੁਲਗਾਰੀਆ ਦੇ ਰਾਸ਼ਟਰੀ ਗੀਤ
    سرود ملی بلغارستان
    Hymn Bułgarii
    Hino Nacional da Bulgária
    Imnul național al Bulgariei
    Гимн Болгарии
    Натионал Антхем оф Булгариа
    Štátna hymna Bulharsko
    National Anthem Bolgarije
    Himno Nacional de Bulgaria
    National Anthem Bulgarien
    Гімн Болгарії
    ブルガリアの国歌
    불가리아의 애국가
    保加利亚国歌
    Bulgaristan Milli Marşı
    Kansallislaulu Bulgarian
    Himnusz Bulgária

  • Bulgaria: State of emergency declared as flooding causes mayhem in south

    1:52

    The Bulgarian government declared a state of emergency in the Smolyan municipality, Sunday, as around 330 villages in Southern Bulgaria were left without electricity after severe flooding and snowfall.

    Floods also affected the border-crossing point of Kapitan Andreevo between Bulgaria and Turkey, one of the busiest between the countries, after the road leading to Turkey was left submerged by flood water. Vehicles were diverted towards other border points, causing kilometre-long traffic jams.

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  • Bulgarian anti-socialist protester jumps on top of government vehicles

    11

    12.11.2013

  • Protest against the government of Bulgaria - Oresharski - 20.07.2013

    3:25

    Protest against the government of Bulgaria - Oresharski - 20.07.2013

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  • Day 44: “Arrival in Bulgaria”

    1:15

    #50Days4Refugees Day 44: “Arrival in Bulgaria”
    When dreaming up and diving into this project, one of the obstacles which we severely underestimated was the amount of paperwork and logistics with government agencies and refugee organizations that would need to be taken care of in order to 1) simply step foot into the refugee camps 2) set up our workshops 3) (and this was a huge one!) bring cameras and a film crew into the camps. We were fortunate that around 90% of our activities went according to our planning, but there were definitely a few uncomfortable, unexpected bumps along the way! In Bulgaria, after 9 months of communication with the Bulgarian National Agency for Refugees and Caritas Bulgaria, we were finally approved and allowed to enter the Ovcha Kupel Refugee Camp for 8 hours over two days – March 11 and 12, 2019.

    In today’s clip, you can see us enjoying a last-minute recap of some of the fairytale stories we were planning to share with the kids in our workshop that day as we cheerfully headed towards the camp, and then reaching the Ovcha Kupel camp - where we hit one of our unexpected bumps and discovered issues with our permit to enter the camp. Thankfully, we were greeted by Krasimira Zaneva, an official from the National Refugee Agency and our translator Bauar from Caritas who sorted out the wrinkle that was threatening to completely derail our 9 months of work! We collectively breathed a large sigh of relief and carried on into the camp.

    We were immediately greeted by a very enthusiastic group of children, who quickly and excitedly pulled us into a very competitive game of “Chush” with them (from which we were very quickly outsmarted and eliminated!) - and we were off! It was time to bring our 9 months of planning into reality.

    #carrpetrovaduo #NovelVoices #ProjectMusicHealsUs #Bulgaria #viola #nationalagencyforrefugees #piano #duo #music #inspiration #refugee #music #friendship #musicisalanguage



    #CarrPetrovaDuo is with
    Project: Music Heals Us
    Music Academy of the West
    Refugee Assistance Partners - RAP
    Danish Red Cross
    Caritas
    Home for Refugees USA
    Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria
    Global Goals for Sustainable Development
    Knights Templar
    Global Foundation for Democracy and Development GFDD
    Universal Esperanto Association
    Pan Pacific & South East Asia Women's Association - Ppseawa
    The Salvation Army USA
    RefuSHE
    Committee on Migration
    General Board of Church and Society
    IPPF
    Dianova USA
    #ChurchWorldServices
    #CaritasBulgaria
    #NGOCommitteeonRefugees
    #standup4humanrights
    #CoNGO

    Molly Carr
    Anna Petrova
    Fernando Arroyo García-Lascurain
    Skyler Knutzen
    Victoria Stevens

  • United Nations report on Government Restrictions of Religious Freedom in Bulgaria

    2:17

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  • Thy Art Is Murder live in Sofia, Bulgaria teaser

    21



    Aвстралийската деткор / дет метъл формация идва в България за първи път! Запазете датата и мястото за този жесток лайв - 3 юли в Mixtape 5.
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    Video Editing: Nikolay Todorov

  • Protests in Bulgaria 14.01.2009,Bulgarian Police vs Bulgarian people

    5:18

    Bulgarian Police vs Bulgarian People 14.01.2009 Sofia

  • Bulgarian Patriotic Song - Стани, юнак Балкански!

    2:52

    Kinda tribute to Съветски Бетон

    ''Стани, юнак Балкански!'' (Stani, junak Balkanski/Wake up, the Balkan fighter) is a song associated with Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) after which Bulgaria gained independence. It was written by Bulgarian poet Dobri Petrov Chintulov (Добри Петров Чинтулов).

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  • Busy Crowd in Government Office in Bulgaria

    2:54

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    Busy Crowd in Government Office in Bulgaria · Sound Ideas

    Crowd: Large

    ℗ 2014 Hot Ideas

    Released on: 2014-02-15

    Music Publisher: Hot Ideas Inc.

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  • Anthems of the CENTRAL POWERS

    6:15

    Austria-Hungary: Gott erhalte, Gott beschütze! (0:01)
    German Empire: Heil dir im Siegerkranz! (1:15)
    Ottoman Empire: Reşadiye (2:13)
    Bulgarian Tsardom: Shumi Maritsa (4:06)

  • Bulgarians To Appear In Court Charged With Card Skimming

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    Two Bulgarian Nationals have been charged with card skimming after being caught in the act.

    Dimitar Georgiev, age 47, a fisherman, and 22 year old Toncho Tonchev, a student, were allegedly held red-handed by police tampering with a Republic Bank ABM at Piarco Plaza on Friday June 23rd.

    An eye witness contacted the police during the commission of the crime and officers of the Arouca CID held the suspects with the card skimming device still in their possession.

    The men were subsequently charged by the Fraud Squad with possession of card making equipment in breach of the Electronic Transfer of Funds Act and malicious damage to the ABM.

    They are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate to answer to the charges.

  • Dream Company in Bulgaria

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  • CBN News: Bulgarian Christians protest religious freedom restrictions

    5:04

    CBN News: Bulgarian Christians protest religious freedom restrictions

  • Лилия Семкова - Жалба за България, 2019 / Liliya Semkova - Jalba za Bulgaria, 2019

    3:27

    За участия / Booking: 0887 72 90 10, office@nigma.bg

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    Музика и текст: Славена Шуганова
    Аранжимент: Стефан Йорданов
    Микс мастеринг: Маргарит Русев
    Акордеон: Стефан Йорданов
    Цигулка: Таня Тингарова

    Видео: Luminar - Павел Петлички, Борислав Данчов и Георги Костадинов
    Монтаж: Павел Петлички
    Грим: Даниела Карабелска

  • Jeff Simmonds - A Nice New Bulgarian Name

    3:32

    In 1984 The Bulgarian government began a program of Bulgarisation in which the Turkish minority were forced to take new Bulgarian names. The Government even erased Turkish names from headstones, renaming the dead with Bulgarian names in an attempt to erase even the memory of the existence of a Turkish minority. The forced assimilation also included the banning of tradition Turkish trousers.

  • Wake Up Bulgaria

    6:07

    Hundreds of protesters built barricades around Bulgaria's parliament, effectively trapping over 100 lawmakers, ministers, and journalists in the building for more than seven hours on Tuesday following a brief scuffle with police.
    Protesters pulled out sidewalk tiles and piled garbage bins to cut off roads to Bulgaria's parliament, shouting Mafia! and Resign! and Red Garbage!, to keep the deputies under blockade until the Socialist-led government steps down.

    An earlier attempt to get deputies out of the parliament with a bus led to a scuffle with police. It was aborted after protesters threw bottles and other objects at the bus, while others sat in front of it.

    Thousands of Bulgarians have been protesting almost daily in Sofia since last month following a government decision to name a powerful media magnate as security chief, which many see as an example of private interests controlling state institutions.

    The government's withdrawal of the appointment failed to quell public discontent in the European Union's poorest country, which also is one of the bloc's most corrupt.

  • PRAY for BULGARIA: Past Month of Evangelical Protests Recap

    2:45

    European Union and United Nations report on Government Restrictions of Religious Freedom in BULGARIA

  • Lady GaGa - Government Hooker HD

    1:02

    More photos and videos soon only here:


    For sure the Born This Way Ball is the biggest show in the world! Stunning effects! I'm so proud of her ! It was amazing! I am without any words ... #Queen

  • S S Bulgaria

    3:12

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  • Song for Dame vojvoda - Macedonia is Bulgarian!

    4:08



    Dame Gruev sent a telegram to the Bulgarian Government clearly implying that he was Bulgarian:

    Letter No. 534 from the General Staff of the Second Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Region to the Bulgarian Government on the position of the insurgent Bulgarian population, requestioning military intervention from Bulgaria, September 9th, 1903, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of History, Bulgarian Language Institute, Macedonia. Documents and materials, Sofia, 1978, part III, No.92: To the Esteemed Government of the Principality of Bulgaria. In view of the critical and terrible situation of the BULGARIAN POPULATION of the Monastir vilayet following the devastations and cruelties perpetrated by the Turkish troops and bashibazouks, in view of the fact that these devastations and cruelties continue systematically, and that one cannot foresee how far they will reach; in view, furthermore, of the fact that HERE EVERYTHING BULGARIAN is running the risk of perishing and being obliterated without a trace by violence, hunger and by approaching poverty, the General Staff considers it its duty to draw the attention of the Esteemed Bulgarian Government to the fatal con­sequences for the BULGARIAN NATION, if it fails to discharge its duty to its own brothers here in an impressive and energetic manner, made imperative by force of circumstances and by the danger threatening the common BULGARIAN HOMELAND at the present moment...

    Bulgaria and Macedonia - 1 nation in 2 states !!!

    Никоj не пропагира бугарски карактер на Македониjа. Бугарскиот карактер на Македониjа e нeуспорим факт!

    NOBODY MAKE PROPAGANDA FOR BULGARIAN CHARACTER OF MACEDONIA! THE BULGARIAN CHARACTER IS INDISPUTABLE FACT !!!

    Македонизмот оперира со 10 основни лаги:
    1. Современа Македонија и македонскиот народ - наследници на Античка Македонија и античките Македонци
    2. „Чистите Македонски Словени и „Бугарите - Татари
    3. Светите браќа Кирил и Методиј, Свети Климент Охридски, Свети Наум Охридски, свети Гораст, свети Сава, свети Ангелариј - „Македонски просветители и „автори на македонската азбука
    4. „Македонскиот цар Самуил и неговата „македонска држава
    5. „Охридската архиепископија (1019-1767 г.) - македонска црква
    6. За „македонските преродбеници и за „Бугарската егзархија - која го завладеала „македонскиот народ
    7. ВМРО - организација на „Македонци за ослободување на „македонскиот народ
    8. „Крсте Петков Мисирков - Македонец број 1 за XX век
    9. Херојската борба на македонскиот народ против „бугарските окупатори 1941-1944 г.
    10. За радоста на Македонците од нивното повторно вклучување во Југославија во 1944 г. и 250.000-те „Македонци во Бугарија

  • KOKOSHA GLAVA - A punk

    2:47

    Kokosha Glava ‎– Punk Anarchy Nihilism 89-95
    Kokosha Glava was formed in 1987 in the town of Kardzhali, Bulgaria.
    Anarchist band and criticism of the government which made much repression to the scene, still on active duty today but to date has not an album itself. They recorded several demos of low quality and some live bootlegs, came out in various collections around, side also to bands like DDT , UZZU and Ave Maria . (now the name of Vox Populi ) Most of their first sounds were compiled in '96 on the tape Punk Anarchy Nihilism '89 -'95 , '97 and later recordings of the 2006 in CD 4way 2010 Local Punk For Global Chaos . Meanwhile launched a split K7 with Nu Pogodi in '97 but with '96 recordings.

  • Lady Gaga: HIGHWAY UNICORN + GOVERNMENT HOOKER

    6:38

    Beggining of Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball concert in Sofia (Bulgaria) on August 14th 2012 :) Sorry for shaking of the picture.

  • Bulgaria: Crowds wave Nazi flag at anti-refugee protest in Burgas

    2:42

    A flag depicting the 'Imperial Eagle', a symbol of the Third Reich, was waved among a crowd of Bulgarian nationalists protesting against refugees in Burgas on Saturday.


    SOT, Plamen Ivanov, protester from Burgas (Bulgarian): Because I see what's happening in France, in Germany, and I don't want this to happen here. If this happens here, it will become a fair. We aren't like German people and take many victims. We can't let this to happen with women, with children, with old people. So we come out to say that it's not good these people to come here. We don't want to let in these kind of people and we don't want them to come.

    SOT, Ivan Georgiev, protester from Burgas (Bulgarian): We won't sell Bulgaria and we won't admit our State, our enslaver, to sell it. We're gathered here today because few days ago, they sold our air space. We want this contract to be immediately stopped, because Turkish airplanes fly over our country. 10 million healthy and strong refugees from 18-old to 40-old wait for us on the South border. We don't have army, we don't have army and tanks, we want an immediate mobilization of the army, to be admitted law for conscription. We want this to happen immediately, because the protest will expand to all Bulgarian cities and will turn into civil insubordination.

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  • KOKOSHA GLAVA - Anarhia

    1:57

    Kokosha Glava ‎– Punk Anarchy Nihilism 89-95
    Kokosha Glava was formed in 1987 in the town of Kardzhali, Bulgaria.
    Anarchist band and criticism of the government which made much repression to the scene, still on active duty today but to date has not an album itself. They recorded several demos of low quality and some live bootlegs, came out in various collections around, side also to bands like DDT , UZZU and Ave Maria . (now the name of Vox Populi ) Most of their first sounds were compiled in '96 on the tape Punk Anarchy Nihilism '89 -'95 , '97 and later recordings of the 2006 in CD 4way 2010 Local Punk For Global Chaos . Meanwhile launched a split K7 with Nu Pogodi in '97 but with '96 recordings.

  • Bulgaria National Anthem

    3:02

    Originally written and composed by a Bulgarian student in 1885, as he went off to fight in the Serbo-Bulgarian war, the song was titled Горда Стара планина Gorda Stara planina (Proudly Rise the Balkan Peaks). The original song has undergone revisions since its original composition, the latest after the fall of the communist government in 1990 where a verse not in the original song speaking of friendship with Russia was removed. As the national anthem its name comes from the first line of the chorus rather than the first line of the verse.

  • ZN-H NYXTA TWN ZWNTANWN NEKRWN

    5:02

    ENA GAMATO TRAGOUDAKI(h nyxta twn zwntanwn nekrwn)EIMAI PORWMENOS ME AYTO

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  • Anti-CAB | Tiniush | North East

    3:10

    We guess everyone's aware of what's going on in North-East right now..Yeah it's about CAB, which now obviously has been declared as Citizenship Amendment Act. We will be outnumbered in our own states if the illegal immigrants are allowed to reside here. And we are very unfortunate that our own government is trying to impose the CAB upon us, selling us off.

    So through this song we tried to express our feelings, our anguish on the government for doing this to us, for cheating us for killing their and our own innocent students and children.

    And we thank all our indian brothers and sisters who have been raising their voices against this cruel and ruthless government and being with us, for supporting us. A heartful thanks you all the beautiful souls out there who are with us.

    So Tiniush Momin performed this RAP song named Anti-CAB as a protest against the government. He sang on it in his own mother tongue, i.e Garo, as he's from Meghalaya. So give it a listen.

    Thank you all.

    Special Thanks To-

    Janardan Patowary
    Dipankar Das
    & the students of DBHRGFTI (Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Regional Government Film and Television Institute)


    Courtesy- GPlus


    Written & Performed by-

    Tiniush Momin



    Shot by-

    Nihar Ranjan Gogoi


    Chinmoy Roy



    Edited by-

    Ramjyoti Krishnacharan


    Recorded by-

    Adwin Baruah



    #LongLiveNE
    #LongLiveAssam
    #JoiAaiAxom

    #SayNoToCAB

  • 27.07.2013 г. 44th day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria!

    2:28

  • Bulgarian Patriotic Song - Тих бял Дунав

    2:35

    Тих бял Дунав се вълнува (Still White Danube Undulates) also known as the Botev March, is a popular Bulgarian patriotic song. The lyrics are based on that of a poem by Ivan Vazov titled ''Radetzky'' after the steamship seized by the rebels. The storyline recounts a historically accurate incident from the Bulgarian struggles against Ottoman rule, which has earned the status of modern myth for Bulgarians, to some degree due to this song. On 29 May 1876 Bulgarian revolutionary and poet Hristo Botev at the head of 205-strong company of rebels seized control of the Austro-Hungarian passenger steamship Radetzky by armed force and used it to cross the Danube from Romania to the Bulgarian territories of the Ottoman Empire in order to join the April Uprising. Dagobert Engländer, Captain of the Radetzky, later recounted that he had rarely met a man so impressive or energetic as Botev. The melody was composed by vocalist Ivan Karadzhov, according to his biography. In some performances of the song, the fourth verse is omitted.

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  • Bulgarian bad boy

    1:13

  • National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria - Шуми Марица

    2:13

    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1947-1951):

    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1951-1964):

    Current National Anthem of Bulgaria:

    Shumi Maritsa (Maritsa Rushes) was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov.

  • 27.07.2013 г. 44th day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria!

    1:09

    Late in the evening

  • BTW BALL: Highway Unicorn & Government Hooker - Sofia, Bulgaria

    5:04

    The ending of Highway Unicorn (opening of the Born This Way Ball), Mother G.O.A.T. talking and Gaga performing Government Hooker, recorded by me and my friend

  • La Selecao - Debordement

    4:49

    C'est un titre Coupe Decale Du groupe musical ivoirien La Seleçao. big hit in 2007.
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  • BG Hyperborea - Nosferatu

    3:50

    Back in mid-90s some things happened that pointed the severe need for change in Bulgaria's stagnant, misery-grabbed society - the government was forced to cede power in 1997 and the Bulgarian metal scene experienced a revival.
    The new government undertook reforms that stabilized the market and as a result it became easier to purchase high-quality musical equipment and instruments. Naturally, this catalyzed the development of a whole new wave of bands and musicians. The first wave had been in the late 80s and the early 90s, when the
    iron grip of communism had begun to loosen and this unleashed a surge of pent-up rage and hidden talent. Some of the representatives of the heavy part of this first wave were Amadeus, Kassandra, Past Redemption, Kriza, Scapegoat.

    Hyperborea are among the Bulgarian metal bands which started their activity in mid-late 90s and were alive for the years ahead – like Korozy, Desolate, Samhain, Brainstorm, Enthrallment.They were not a band up till mid-97; rather a bunch of metalheads who went to parties, listened to Sepultura, Death, Obituary and Pestilence and drank their heads off. They so wanted to be like these bands. Gradually, it became clear that their vocalist, Kiril Kirilov, was just as good as the vocalists of their favourite bands. The first guitarist of the band, Krum Doinov, and his friend, Iliya Dimitrov, decided to try to
    make something of it, and with the help of Niki Paskalev, who was, and still is, a great guitarist, they started to take guitar lessons. Things started to take shape in the early spring of 1998, when they, along with Plamen Petkov (bass) and Ivaylo Baev (drums) made their first gigs before a crazy, death metal-thirsty audience. Hyperborea played something like Florida-style death metal with huge thrash influence and traces of the Scandinavian scene – roughly, what all the members listened to. Things started to unfold very quickly. Iliya was replaced by Jordan Kunchev and in 1999 Ivo was replaced . Hyperborea started making concert after concert in Sofia, Plovdiv, Primorsko, Haskovo, Svoge, Shumen, Blagoevgrad, as well as in Romania. The band became popular because they played their favourite music in an honest manner, without trying to please anybody but themselves. In a very early stage, at some concert the death-metallers grabbed the audience’s prize. In this period they recorded a demo called “Catharsis”, containing 8 songs. In 2002 Alex was replaced by Zhivko Kyosev. With him Hyperborea recorded their debut album “Architecture of mind” (BM) which earned spectacular reviews from the Bulgarian metal media like Pro-Rock Magazine, which gave it a 9/10 score and qualified the band as “the future of heavy music in Bulgaria”.
    In 2003 Plamen was replaced by Vladimir Ivanov and in 2004 Krum was replaced by Andrey Andronov. In the following years Hyperborea put all their effort in the second album “Cryogenic Somnia” (Counter Attack Productions) which was released in 2007. It was placed as the best Bulgarian metal album of the year by the readers
    of Pro-Rock Magazine. Foreign media described it as a more complex work saying that: “…The works characterize considerable changeability and they contain the many motifs… Listening the whole - my associating hit to Florida’s DEATH…”, or: “…Their songs have sometimes confusingly complex rhythmic patterns but always sound sensibly”, or: “The offered material is more varied than the recordings of some well established US bands”.
    In early 2011 Vladimir left and was replaced by Dinko Dimov, a very experienced and talented bassist.

  • The Born This Way Ball Tour , SOFIA , BULGARIA

    13:50

    Lady Gaga presenting The Born This Way Ball Tour , in Sofia , Bulgaria on 14.08.2012
    It was pretty amazing , so ENJOY .

    PS: The quality isn't that good , I'm screaming loud , but BITCH , please this is LADY GAGA . :)

  • Wall Flip Fail

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    FAILLL

  • Oh, Shipka Pass! — English subs and translation

    5:17

    Principality of Bulgaria, 1883 (translated by the Russian poet Vladimir Lugovoj)

    An ode by the great Bulgarian poet Ivan Vazov dedicated to the heroic defense of Shipka Pass by the forces of the Russian troops and the Bulgarian militia in the summer of 1877. Its original name sounds like Militiamen at Shipka («Опълченците на Шипка»). First published in 1883, it later became a part of the collection The Epic of the Forgotten (1881-1884). In this video, the poem is performed in abbreviated form and rock version by the Bulgarian band «Епизод», which also has a Bulgarian (original) version of this music.

    Portrayed by General Nikolaj Stoletov (1831—1912), Russian commander of the Bulgarian militia (Opalchentsi) during the Battle of Shipka Pass and a national hero of Bulgaria. In the lyrics of this song he is called Our hero Stoletov, the glorious general.

    LYRICS (Complete original ones, differing from the video):

    Шипка!

    Трое суток юные дружины
    Держат оборону. Тёмные долины
    Вторят грому битвы в этот грозный час.
    Враг идёт на приступ! Уж в бессчётный раз
    Лезут злые орды по суровым кручам:
    На отвесных скалах брызги крови жгучей,
    От кровавой бури свет в очах померк.
    Сулейман безумный поднял руку вверх
    И кричит: «На Шипке мерзостная челядь!»
    Лезут вновь на приступ, наводнив ущелье,
    С именем Аллаха турки, но гора
    Отвечает грозным рокотом: «Ура!»
    Пули, камни, брёвна низвергались градом:
    Храбрые дружины, встав со смертью рядом,
    Отражают натиск злобного врага:
    Дорога отвага - жизнь недорога!
    Нет, никто не хочет быть последним в войске.
    Каждый, если надо, встретит смерть геройски.
    Слышен треск винтовок. Турки вновь ревут,
    Вновь бегут на приступ - страшен наш редут!
    Турки злы, как тигры, а бегут, как овцы.
    Вновь волна взметнулась: держатся орловцы
    И болгары - им ли страшен смерти взор?
    Штурм - жесток и грозен, но грозней отпор.
    Бьются трое суток — помощь не приходит,
    Взгляд нигде надежды светлой не находит,
    Не летят на помощь братские орлы,
    Но стоят герои средь кровавой мглы,
    Точно горсть спартанцев против Ксеркса полчищ.
    Хлынул враг на приступ - выжидают молча!
    И когда последней схватки час настал,
    Наш герой Столетов, славный генерал:
    «Братья ополченцы! - крикнул с силой новой,
    Родине сплетёте вы венец лавровый!»
    И опять герои всей дружиной гордой
    Ждут, когда прихлынут вражеские орды,
    Бешеные орды. О, высокий час!
    Волн порыв улёгся, присмирел, погас!
    Кончились патроны, дышим смертным чадом,
    Сломан штык - ну что же: бьём врага прикладом!
    Если нужно, сгинем в битве роковой
    пред лицом вселенной на горе крутой
    Смертью богатырской, в битве побеждая...
    «Видит нас сегодня вся страна родная:
    Ей ли наше бегство с высоты узреть?
    Отступать не станем - лучше умереть!»
    Больше нет оружья! Бойня, гекатомба,
    Каждый кол - оружье, каждый камень - бомба.
    В каждом сердце яркий пламень запылал,
    Камни и деревья рухнули в провал!
    Кончились и камни - мы не отступаем,
    Трупы мы на турок с крутизны бросаем!
    И на орды вражьи чёрным, страшным роем
    Падают с обрыва мёртвые герои.
    И трепещут турки: никогда пред ними
    Не сражались рядом мёртвые с живыми;
    И взлетает к небу стоголосый крик,
    Алую дорогу пролагает штык.
    Но герои наши, встав скалою твёрдой,
    Встретили железо мощной грудью гордой
    И рванулись в сечу, отметая страх,
    Чтобы гибель встретить с песней на устах...
    Но опять взметнулись орды полчищ диких,
    Захлестнуть пытаясь воинов великих...
    Кажется, достигнут храбрости предел...
    Вдруг Радецкий славный с войском подоспел!

    И теперь - лишь буря грянет на Балканы,
    Вспоминают Шипку горы-великаны,
    И приносит эхо гром былых побед
    Через перевалы, в даль грядущих лет.

  • Sofi Marinova in bulgarian parliament

    2:27

    Sofi Marinova in bulgarian parliament (BNT 1 news)

  • Lady Gaga - Born this way Live in Bulgaria

    5:15

    Lady Gaga Live in Sofia, Bulgaria

  • 2 UNLIMITED- Sofia,Bulgaria-15.06.2013

    9:42

    2 Unlimited - I love the 90' s -Sofia,Bulgaria-15 June 2013 , Winter palace -Live

  • Falcon 9 Bulgarian Satellite launches

    1:04

    23.6.2017 KSC Florida

  • Diyan Dihanov conducting for president Rumen Radev & vice president Iliana Iotova in Zala Bulgaria.

    4:37

    The Representative Brass Band of the National Guards Unit of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Гвардейски представителен духов оркестър към Националната гвардейска част на България) is the official representative brass band of the National Guards Unit of the Bulgarian Armed Forces. Stationed in the capital of Sofia, the orchestra works together with the National Guards Unit during events where the President of Bulgaria receives heads of state and government at the Largo in Sofia.

  • Greece: Protesting farmers threaten to block Greece-Bulgarian border

    1:52

    Around 700 tractors lined up at the Greek-Bulgarian border near Promachonas, Saturday, as Greek farmers protested against government proposed tax increases.

    The protesters reportedly threatened the authorities with blocking the highway and the border crossing if their demands are not met. In particular, the rally is aimed against tax increases in the agricultural sector, an increase of petrol prices as well as pension and healthcare reforms.

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  • GAN - Wake Up Bulgaria

    2:35

    GAN - Wake Up Bulgaria (Protest)
    Genre: Electronic
    Style: Big Beat
    Country: Bulgaria
    Album: Subliminal Vibrations (2011)
    Download:
    GAN Official Page:

  • MARTI 1 Bulgarian Mafia 3.mp4

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  • Varna, Bulgaria, Indoor Crowd, Government Office, Busy Ambience, Heavy Activity

    3:01

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Varna, Bulgaria, Indoor Crowd, Government Office, Busy Ambience, Heavy Activity · Sound Ideas

    Sofia & Varna, Bulgaria

    ℗ 2014 Hot Ideas

    Released on: 2014-02-15

    Music Publisher: Hot Ideas Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Lady GaGa gave me an autograph with Fozzi

    1:02

    Lady GaGa comes out from her hotel Kempinski in Sofia, Bulgaria 13.08.2012

    More photos and videos soon only here:

  • Lady Gaga - Highway Unicorn/Government Hooker

    8:31

    The Born This Way Ball Tour 2012 - The First concert in Europe !
    (14 August 2012 - Sofia, Bulgaria)

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