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The Folk Feast Surova in Pernik Region. ©UNESCO 2013
The Folk Feast Surova in Pernik Region

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Language: Bulgarian subtitles Eng

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The Surova folk feast, held in villages of the Pernik region, takes place on 13 and 14 January to celebrate the New Year. At night, a masquerade group called the Survakari performs in the centre, featuring characters like the newly-weds, the priest and the bear who visit homes the next day to ‘marry' young couples and ‘maul' people for good health. A meal is offered and donations collected for the needy. All ages participate, particularly young people, building their self-esteem.


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Place/region Bulgaria, Europe
Series: 2015 inscriptions on the Representative List
Type: Documentary
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Authors and personalities: Simeon Grigorov, director. Iglika Mishkova, participant ; Cvetanka Manova, participant ; Nikolay Nachev, participant ; Ivan Petrov, participant.
Production: Bulgaria. Ministry of Culture, producer.
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Rights/Droits: Bulgaria. Ministry of Culture

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