Община Варна - култура и изкуство
Candidature of Varna for European Capital of Culture
It was launched on 13 June 1985 by the Greek minister of culture, the famous actress and singer, Melina Mercouri. Initially, the initiative was called European City of Culture in a special motion of the Council of Ministers of the Union.

The official document stated that the European City of Culture was to present a culture which in its historical roots and contemporary development was characterized both by common elements and a heritage which had been due to differences.


Bulgaria’s European Capital of Culture
In 2019, a Bulgarian city and a Italian city will be the European Capitals of Culture. The designation procedures are described in Decision No 1622 of 24 October 2006 by the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.

The applications are assessed by a special commission of 13 members. Seven of them are from European institutions and six are appointed by the applicant-country.



Libraries, Museums and Galleries
Art Gallery Navilart

Varna, 9 Drazki Str.

В настоящият момент в галерия "НавилАрт" са изложени ювелирни изделия на бижутери - Димитър Делчев, Цветелина Алексиева, Николай Сърдъмов, Ангелина, и порцелан на изтъкнати български приложници - Димитър Петров, Яна Юнакова и Рада Дичева.

Currently a jewelry exposition by the Bulgarian jewelers artists Dimitar Delchev, Tsvetelina Aleksieva, Nikolay Sardamov and porcelain by eminent Bulgarian artists – Dimitar Petrov, Yana Yunakova and Rada Delcheva are exhibited in the Navliart Gallery.

For contacts:
 Art Gallery Navilart
 Varna, 9 Drazki Str.
Working time: 10:00 - 18:00
tel.: +359 52 602 572
tel.: +359 52 630 089
fax: +359 52 601150
е-mail: navilart@navibul.com

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