Bulgaria's oldest city honored as European culture capital

People walk past works part exhibits of the Art Liberte exhibition, the first traveling exhibition celebrating the 30 years anniversary of fall of the Berlin wall in the town of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Plovdiv is the first Bulgarian town named to celebrate the most prestigious cultural initiative of the European Union, along with the Italian city of Matera as the twin European Capital of Culture for 2019. (AP Photo/STR)

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