Ethnospace is about sharing living cultural heritage

We believe that knowledge about our cultural history and roots is the key to our sustainable existence in the future. The wisdom and the spirit of the past generations are enclosed in the folk songs and music, fairy tales, traditional crafts, folk costumes, etc. It is little use if these are preserved as lifeless artifacts in a museum. Our cultural heritage should have a place in our lives, enriching them and bringing a sense of meaning and continuum to them.

We launch EthnoSpace by sharing material from the folkloristic work of Nina Grantcharova and Gy├Ârgy Stuber in the Rhodope mountains of Southern Bulgaria.