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As its manager, Ms. Anaísa Gordino, shared in the November newsletter, these were: "Five years of projects, adventures and constant challenges.

Five years when we found many new friends. Five years in which we have been trying to bring closer to you the Portuguese language and the culture of the Portuguese-speaking countries into its most diverse forms."

The Portuguese cultural and language center Camões Sófia celebrated its birthday on the 25th of November in Sofia with a wonderful Concert piano and violin in the Bulgaria Hall. For the first time the great Portuguese violinist Bruno Monteiro and the famous Bulgarian pianist Lyudmil Angelov played on one stage. They enchanted the audience with the performances of Mozart, Brahms, Barbossa, Caesar Frank.

In November, the institute also held some more bright events such as the exclusive exhibition Invisible Cities at the National Gallery in Sofia and the exhibition Blue Space at the City Art Gallery in Plovdiv. A Week of Portuguese Culture was held for the first time (from 9th to the 18th of November) in Targovishte, a town twinned with the Portuguese Santa Maria da Feira. The residents and guests enjoyed the Portuguese Paths exhibition and the screenings of Portuguese films. The organizers of the event were the Portuguese Embassy, ​​the Portuguese Cultural and Language Center Camões Sófia and the Regional Administration of Targovishte.