Bulgaria’s National Theater presented an emblematic play to the Bulgarian diaspora in the Romanian capital Bucharest on the occasion of Liberation Day, March 1.
The play “Hashove” (roughly translated as “exiles”) by Ivan Vazov generated enormous interest among the Bulgarian community in Bucharest, the Bulgarian National Television reported.
The play is set in the 1870s in the Romanian city Braila, and depicts the life of Bulgarian revolutionaries fighting for their country’s liberation from the Ottoman Empire who are exiled in Romania.
Romania, which was freed from Ottoman Turkish domination before Bulgaria became a safe haven for Bulgarian exiles but their life there was extremely hard as they were struggling for survival while waiting for an opportunity to cross the Danube River as part of an armed detachment of rebels or of Russian forces.
The staging of the Hashove play by Director Alexander Morfov attracted the interest of both the historic Bulgarian community in Romania (i.e. descendants of Bulgarians who fled from Ottoman atrocities to Romania in the 18th century) and more recent immigrants working in Bucharest.

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Emblematic Play Rallies Bulgarians in Romania for Liberation Day

Bulgaria’s National Theater presented an emblematic play to the Bulgarian diaspora in the Romanian capital Bucharest on the occasion of Liberation Day, March 1.
The play “Hashove” (roughly translated as “exiles”) by Ivan Vazov generated enormous interest among the Bulgarian community in Bucharest, the Bulgarian National Television reported.
The play is set in the 1870s in the Romanian city Braila, and depicts the life of Bulgarian revolutionaries fighting for their country’s liberation from the Ottoman Empire who are exiled in Romania.
Romania, which was freed from Ottoman Turkish domination before Bulgaria became a safe haven for Bulgarian exiles but their life there was extremely hard as they were struggling for survival while waiting for an opportunity to cross the Danube River as part of an armed detachment of rebels or of Russian forces.
The staging of the Hashove play by Director Alexander Morfov attracted the interest of both the historic Bulgarian community in Romania (i.e. descendants of Bulgarians who fled from Ottoman atrocities to Romania in the 18th century) and more recent immigrants working in Bucharest.

Read the article on Novinite.com

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