Embassy of Bulgaria

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. It is lined with imposing residences, including the Embassy of Bulgaria at number 7. The street façade features an impressive Dutch gable worthy of the Renaissance buildings of Northern Europe. A sloping roof, a tall chimney with anchor plate, and mullioned windows complete the overall look.

The Embassy will host an exhibition of works by Bulgarian artists from its collections, accompanied by an introduction to the artists concerned, and an event dedicated to the collector Hugo Voeten, whose interest in Bulgaria will be showcased in information boards, documents and multimedia content.

On Saturday at 14:00, performance of a traditional Bulgarian dance called Horo, with folkloric music concert performed by a Capella group “Bulgapeya”. No reservation.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. 10:00 to 16:00

Avenue Moscicki/Moscickilaan 7, Uccle/Ukkel

Reservation only for the piano concert

Non accessible

Non accessible