Top 10: Cultural heritage, eco project and more ...

5 January 2021
The things that make our lives better.

The repair
One of Sofia's symbols, built in difficult times of economic instability and in ruins for years, has finally taken on a new look. Poduyane Station has already been repaired, restored and is open to visitors.

The book
Poe's works, unknown to the Bulgarian public, appeared in the world. The unfinished adventure novel The Diary of Julius Rodman, several essays and articles, and early versions of some of his most famous stories. From East-West publishing house for BGN 15.

The exhibition
An interactive exhibition in the Vazrazhdane of 20 animated dragons from various mythologies, fairy tales, movies and books will impress the kids the most. For adults there is also a plus: detailed information boards and fresh air.

© Andreas Cat

The series
No idea is too wild. Proof of this is the Netflix series History of Swear Words, in which Nicholas Cage (and a number of experts) trace the history of obscene words. Why should we watch it? At least because of Nicholas Cage.

The eco project
The Winter trailer has come out. The film follows how climate change affects snow and skiing in the Bulgarian mountains. Winters are now shorter and more unpredictable, and that, the authors say, means we need to act. Urgent.

© Victor Troyanov

Emily Johnstone's three-minute video Bloom presents the dark and extremely lonely side of depression, small rescue gestures and the metaphor of inner " flourishing " to anyone who manages to deal with it.    

Cultural heritage
The area around Chernobyl is as wide as Luxembourg and as interesting as a visit to Mars for some tourists. That is why we are keeping our fingers crossed for the Ukrainian Minister of Culture, who proposed that the place be included in the UNESCO list. To be remembered.

© Adelina Angelova

The application
Some time ago ChatRoulette caused a furor with the idea of ​​putting you camera in a camera with strangers. Further development (preventing exhibitionism) has given it new life, which may be useful in the social isolation we have been living in lately.

We built gingerbread houses (successfully or not), but IKEA exploded with instructions for ginger furniture. Experience whispers to us that the bed will be the easiest to assemble, which is not a great idea if we want to stay married to eat.

The strangeness of the planet always makes us happy. This time we are amazed by the insect that inhabits the territory of the Amazon and is one of 12,500 species of locusts. And completely indistinguishable in a box of popcorn.


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