Our project Erasmus team actively participated and helped the Historical Museum of Razlog to make and present a mobile exhibition to show the rich cultural and historical heritage of the town of Razlog. The volunteers developed a fundraising project and joined the program of the international company HP. After the approval of the project, HP donated funds, which, in turn, were donated to the Historical Museum – Razlog. The new exhibition promotes the region as a tourist destination and contributes to attracting more guests to the museum. The exhibition consists of large panels with photos from the museum and text about the disappearing crafts – pottery, foundry, goldsmithing and others, as an attempt to revive them.

The Bulgarian Mascot developed as part of the CLICHe project, Erasmus plus and our transmedia stories.

Edelweiss is a regional symbol for rugged beauty and purity associated with mountainous areas like ours. The plant prefers rocky places at about 1,800–3,000 metres (5,900–9,800 ft) altitude. It has been used in traditional medicine. According to folk tradition, giving this flower to a loved one is a promise of dedication.
The mascot is created by Petya Ergina, a student from 10th grade at RPG.


       Banitsa is the queen of the Bulgarian cuisine! It’s the traditional meal that everyone in the country knows and loves.  Banitsa is made with homemade or commercially made pastry sheets that are prepared from a baker’s hard dough including flour, eggs, and water. You can find pastry sheets in every Bulgarian shop, just ask for “kori za Banitsa”. The filling is made of white cheese (Bulgarian “sirene”), yogurt and eggs. And, generally, that’s it!  There are several varieties which include banitsa with spinach or with pumpkin (tikvenik), etc. But you have to know that the traditional banitsa is made with Bulgarian white cheese. Banitsa also has a breakfast form – banichka. It is best served with boza or ayran.