Internationally attended by over 100 students and scholars, this program offers Bulgarian language classes in small groups and at all levels as well as lecture series and workshops in East European/ Slavic/ Bulgarian History, Politics, Literature, Linguistics, and Folklore.
Students may choose a three- or two-week program.
Located at the crossroads of the ancient Roman, Greek, Slavic, and Islamic civilizations, Bulgaria offers a rich cultural experience.
Therefore, participants in the program enjoy organized visits to fascinating places of Bulgarian history, art, and architecture as well as cultural evenings of Balkan music, poetry, film, and folk dancing.
The beautiful town of Veliko Turnovo was the capital of Bulgaria from the 9th though the 14th century and a major cultural center where the earliest Slavic literature developed.
For further information and registration, contact Prof Mariela Dakova email@example.com and visit http://www.uni-vt.bg/en/mbc/index.htm
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