Based in New York City, the Nicholas Roerich Museum aims at making available the full range of Roerich's accomplishments, among them art, science, spirituality, peacemaking and Asian studies. On its seven-language website you will find a complete collection of the artist's paintings, drawings, sketches, as well as decór and costumes. Among the highlights are the Roerich family photographs and films archive.
Your Lucky Number www.banknotes.com
Welcome to one of the world's largest websites about money! Whether you are a dedicated notaphilist or a complete novice, collecting paper money takes you around the world without leaving the comfort of your home. It also helps you learn about famous people, fauna, flora, rivers and mountains. Check out bank notes for sale, browse through the Currency Museum or look up the most wanted paper money. What's your lucky number?
Ease Your Mind www.yogabg.com
Want to reduce stress? The bilingual Bulgarian Yoga Association website is exactly what the doctor ordered. The association is a non-political, non-religious organisation that propagates yoga by organising classes devoted to yoga techniques and methods. If you are a novice, you can find here everything you ever wanted to know about Yoga. Also, mark your calendar for Yoga events and seminars in Bulgaria.
New Media www.public-republic.com
For all those fascinated with the art of writing in Bulgarian, the Public Republic pen-source project is the Place. The free Internet publication is written and edited by its readers. You can publish your articles, commentary and photographs. The bright and catchy layout makes it fun and is easy to navigate. First you need to register and then accept the International Journalists' Code of Ethics. Pump your mind for ideas!
70 years ago, on 10 March 1943, Bulgaria's pro-Nazi government decided to defy Berlin and halt the deportation of Bulgaria's 50.000 Jews. This was down to the actions of one man - Dimitar Peshev. Just two years later he faced Communist justice and found himself on trial for his life. His niece Kaluda Kiradjieva remembers