Working with Goat Hair

Bulgaria - Working with Goat Hair

Workshop for Goat’s Hair Products
first half of 20th C
Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies Ethnografi Museum

Bulgaria - Traditional Embroidery stamps

Traditional Embroidery of Bulgaria

Bulgaria - Traditional Embroidery

Traditional Embroidery of Bulgaria
Lovech Region

Bulgaria - Traditional Embroidery stamps

Happy Birthday!

Bulgaria - Happy Birthday

Bulgaria - Happy Birthday stamps

Stara Zagora

Bulgaria - Stara Zagora

Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

Bulgaria - Stara Zagora stamps

Bulgaria – Land of Roses

Bulgaria - Land of Roses

Bulgaria – Land of Roses

Bulgaria - Land of Roses backBulgaria - Land of Roses stamps

Traditional Dress of Bulgaria

Bulgaria - Traditional Dress

 

Traditional Dress of Bulgaria
Gathering Roses for Rose Oil

Bulgaria - Traditional Dress arMPA

Rogozen Treasure

 

Rogozen Treasure
Bulgaria

“Thracian treasure from V-IV Century BC, including 165 silver and gilded vessels,(108 phiales, 54 jugs and 3 goblets) of total weight of 20kg
Small jusg decorated with a scene of a lion attacking a doe is silver gilt.”

20 kg = 44 pounds

For more information, click here

Bulgarian Old Towns and Villages

Bulgarian Old Towns and Villages

Melnick ~~ Plovdiv ~~ Koprivshtitsa

Bozhentsa ~~ Tryavna ~~ Elyra

Balchik, Bulgaria

Balchik, Bulgaria

The Balchik Palace is a palace in the Bulgarian Black Sea town and resort of Balchik in Southern Dobruja. The official name of the palace was the Quiet Nest Palace. It was constructed between 1926 and 1937, during the Romanian control of the region, for the needs of Queen Marie of Romania. The palace complex consists of a number of residential villas, a smoking hall, a wine cellar, a power station, a monastery, a holy spring, a chapel and many other buildings, as well as most notably a park that is today a state-run botanical garden.   – Wikipedia  Queen Marie was also a member of the  Bahá’í Faith and the palace has the iconography of multiple religions.

Interestingly, Queen Marie was a contributor to Maryhill Museum in Washington State.  For more information, click here

There is a Balchik Palace stamp on the card