Monthly Archives: January 2013

Beowulf movie – Movie made following plot of First Ancient English (Anglo-Saxon) epic poem Beowulf from 6th century

Beowulf (pron.: /ˈbeɪ.ɵwʊlf/; in Old English [ˈbeːo̯wʊlf] or [ˈbeːəwʊlf]) is the conventional title[note 1] of an Old English heroic epic poem consisting of 3182 alliterative long lines, set in Scandinavia, commonly cited as one of the most important works of … Continue reading

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Bessarabian Bulgarians – A short documentary about 380 000 Bulgarians who live today in Territory of Moldova

   Bessarabian Bulgarians in Moldova ex-Romania – documentary movie Very few Bulgarians nowadays know well their history. Bulgaria has glorious and rich history. After the liberation of Bulgaria many Bulgarians migrated to Russia and Moldova, to escape the fierce wars … Continue reading

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The Great Escape video – Why Money-less Visa, Mastercard etc. electronic transfers impose risk for our freedom

A friend of mine send me a video in skype. It is a representation of one sad reality. A pigs are living in a farm, being wake up with electronic signal. The pig start eating, playing, f*cking etc. It is … Continue reading

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Interview with Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko (The Independent)

Many people and most of the Western European countries blame Lukashenko to be dictator, to be stealing the freedom of Belarusians and as a bad and intolerant. It is my own understanding that though Lukashenko's leadership of Belarus might have … Continue reading

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Djigan – Derzi mne za Ruku (Hold me for the hand) – Nice Russian modern disco pop song

In Vkotankte (Vk.com) – or the so called Russian Facebook there is a functionality to listen music while putting info on your wall or just chatting with friends. It's very, very handy functionality which facebook lacks. There while listening to … Continue reading

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We are 300 million. We are Slavonic! – Нас 300 миллионов! Мы Славяне!!!

Some might be puzzled to know about 300 million of inhabitants of the world are Slavonic and speak some kind of Slavonic language. This is almost 6% of the population. Slavonic languages are easy to comprehend. It is curious fact … Continue reading

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Sofia Bulgaria one of the Most Ancient cities in Central Europe – the History of Europe

Many Bulgarians might be striken to find out, today's territory of Bulgaria and on the balkans is in practice one of the ancient inhabitant territories in Europe. Sofia or Serdika, Sredets as the old name of Sofia used to be … Continue reading

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Saint Anthony The Great Troparion in Arabic sung in Lebanon – The excessive literacy and spiritual illiteracy

Today 17 of January  in Bulgarian, Greek and Romanian Orthodox Church and those Churches which are using the so called New Church Calendar,  celebrate the feast of our Holy Venerate Father Saint Anthony the Great. I have a special love … Continue reading

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The Treasures of Hermitage, Saint Peterburg Russia and its imitation Hermitage in Amsterdam

Since some time, I'm very interested in Russia culture as it is so inter-related to our culture in Bulgaria. .It is sad that nowadays Bulgaria is not with Russia, we share much more cultural and heritage roots with Russia than … Continue reading

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Video Review of Top Cities, Places and Things – must see in the Netherlands

South of Haarlem, makes the ultimate outing for ogling Holland's famed flower. The bulb fields in and around Keukenhof burst into colour from the end of March to mid May.   HOLLAND: Keukenhof – world's largest flower garden [HD]   … Continue reading

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