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    • Intercultural dialogue including interreligious dialogue
    • Cultural activities and diversity

Launch of the first-of-its-kind multicultural map of Sofia
(Communication - Bulgaria - English)

Begin 30/11/2013 - 16:00

End 30/11/2013 - 22:00

Venue Vivacom Art Hall (Sofia, 4 Gen. Yosif Gurko Str.)

Organiser MultiKulti Collective

Multi Kulti Collective Association and Compote Collective would like to invite you to the launch of the first-of-its-kind multicultural map of Sofia on 30 November at 16:00 h in Vivacom Art Hall (Sofia, 4 Gen. Yosif Gurko Str.). It promotes the visibility of Sofia’s cultural variety and facilitates the process of integration of foreigners in Bulgarian society.

In the last 2 years, volunteer initiative Multi Kulti Kitchen (“good practice” according to the European Commission) presented to you over 10 authentic cultures and cuisines on its entertaining Sunday events. This map is the next step - a small guide for a personal tasty trip, on which you will get to know the foreign cultures of Sofia.

The map has both paper and online versions, where you’ll find 26 places, representing 19 countries. We have included authentic restaurants and food stores, owned by Bulgarians, refugees, foreigners from EU and third countries. The owners share a piece of their personal story, tell us about their favourite childhood dish, tell us what they like about Sofia and what they miss from their country. Their story is illustrated by the artists from international-award-winning studio Compote Collective.

During the launch event you’ll have the opportunity to meet the owners of these restaurants and shops, to view the exhibition of their stories and see how tasty our multicultural Sofia is.

The project is financed by Sofia Municipality’s “Culture” programme for 2013 and is realised in support of Sofia and Southwestern region’s application for European Capital of Culture in 2019.

 
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