Summary – 28th of September

And the before last day is gone of the Bulgarian Plum Festival. Full of excitement and joy. Early in the morning we visited the “Institute of mountain agriculture and animal breeding”, where we learned a lot about different types of plants that are grown year-round in the locality. Interesting and unusual from the sour fruit “Himeles” to the cutest plan on earth. We also saw the recently patented fruit and fungi drying-oven, developed in the most ecological possible way – works only with sunlight. We could have rest for a moment among the beautiful nature with a glass of home made aronia juice and taste different kinds of dried fruits.

Summary – 27th of September

Although the end of the Bulgarian Plum Festival is coming, the mood doesn’t subside even for a minute. Entertainment activities don’t stop, workshops are open constantly and the number of those who wish to join is growing with each day. Even we are tempted to start working. And in front of “Retro-photo” is also crowded. Games and amusements for the youngest fans become more intriguing. And the kids fill in the entire square with laughter and shouts of joy.

Summary - 26th of September

The days of Bulgarian Plum Festival are dragging one after another, and each is better than the previous one. Except for the impressive workshops and “Retro-photo” we opened the incredible competition exhibition for paintings and sculptures with topic “My Troyan”.

We witnessed the introduction of the book “Troyan oleliya” of the woman poet Penka Grosheva at Community Center “Nauka 1870”. The satiric piece of work got the attention of everyone in hall “Forum”, which was crowded of guests and friends of the woman poet. The book is really worth – come and get it.

Late in the evening we enjoyed the performances of rock groups “Antidot”, “Puzzle killer” and “Cold fear”. The rock bands made the audience to bristle with great rock songs.

We came back home with big hopes and expectations for the next day.

Summary – 25th of September

And Tuesday is also gone.

Sunny, breezy and full of excitement. The first workshops for the day started, and there were a lot of people willing to take part and learn something about the traditional Bulgarian craft arts. Meanwhile we enjoyed music and funny games. Young enthusiasts eager to demonstrate skills were too many, that they could hardly fit the scene. The studio “Retro-photo” worked so hard, and as evidence a lot of people dressed up in Renaissance and Baroque costumes could be seen in the middle of the square.

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