Bulgarian Embassy

Lined with imposing residences, including the Bulgarian Embassy at number 7, this elegant street in the upmarket Langeveld neighbourhood is named after Ignacy Mościcki, a Polish chemist who served as president of his country between 1926 and 1939.

For this year’s Heritage Days, the Bulgarian Embassy will be showcasing the horò, a traditional Bulgarian group dance forming part of family and social events and festivities. In this introduction to the dance, participants will gather in a circle and learn the relatively simple steps. The Bulgarian dance group Na Horoto v Bruksel, with over a dozen active members, has been giving lessons for seasoned dancers and novices alike for over a decade. Weather permitting, two large horòs will be organised in the embassy gardens. The size of the horò can vary depending on the size of the venue and the number of participants. In this particular case, there could be up to 20 or 30 people in each dance group, so 40 to 60 dancers in total.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun., 10:00 to 16:00

Avenue Moscicki/Moscickilaan 7, Uccle/Ukkel

Advance booking not required. Up to 60 people per session.

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