With this historic event, Bulgaria becomes an ‘equal member in the family of civilized peoples’ and opens up new opportunities for economic and cultural progress.
On the night of September 22, 1908, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Alexander Malinov, met Prince Ferdinand near the Ruse town and together with the Government members went to Tarnovo. Malinov prepared a manifesto for independence, which was signed by Ferdinand and the ministers.
For the first time, the Day without cars was celebrated in 1998 in France. On this day, the central zones of many large cities in Europe are closed to motor traffic.
The purpose of the training is to be shared Bulgarian statisticians’ experience in organizing and conducting surveys in the field of educational statistics, with a focus on Lifelong Learning and adult education and training.
According to historians beer appeared in about 10 000 BC, when cereal was first farmed. In 1516, a Beer Purity Law came into force in Germany, according to which only water, barley and hops should be used for its production.
Happy International Beer Day and cheers!