Sofia City is both the capital of Bulgaria and a province in its own right. It is divided into 24 districts, each with its own mayor. It is bordered on three sides by another province which is called Sofia. Both Sofia and Sofia City are provinces in South-West Bulgaria.
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Balkan
Brief details of folk dance group, including history, repertoire and image gallery. [Bulgarian, English].
Channel Sofia
Provides collection of links in 13 categories including art, business, education, and museums.
Rosna Kitka Dance Ensemble
Folk dance performance group for children and youths. Repertoire, history, classes and contact information.
Tchan Dancing School
Organisers of an annual week-long seminar on folk music and dance in Bulgaria. Includes profile, seminar dates and timetables, image galleries and contact details.
Veda
Provides rent a car services. Includes current prices and online reservation form.
Zornitsa
Students folk dance ensemble performing Bulgarian dances from various regions. With video clip, pictures and information about past and upcoming events. [Bulgarian, English]
Tchan Dancing School
Organisers of an annual week-long seminar on folk music and dance in Bulgaria. Includes profile, seminar dates and timetables, image galleries and contact details.
Balkan
Brief details of folk dance group, including history, repertoire and image gallery. [Bulgarian, English].
Rosna Kitka Dance Ensemble
Folk dance performance group for children and youths. Repertoire, history, classes and contact information.
Zornitsa
Students folk dance ensemble performing Bulgarian dances from various regions. With video clip, pictures and information about past and upcoming events. [Bulgarian, English]
Veda
Provides rent a car services. Includes current prices and online reservation form.
Channel Sofia
Provides collection of links in 13 categories including art, business, education, and museums.

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