Wine and fireworks for Nikulden in Primorsko

Free fish soup, baked fish and wine can taste all those who choose to celebrate Nikulden, December 6th in Primorsko. It will be given at 11.30 a.m. in the municipal building. Every year in the coastal city, the day of fishermen, sailors and bankers is celebrated with a rich program. This year, the 10-meter Christmas tree in the city center will shine on this day. The lighting will start at 5.30 p.m.

The festive program will start at 9.00 a.m. in the church “St. St. Cyril and Methodius “, where Father Gabriel will celebrate a solemn Holy Mass in honor of the patron saint of the sea and for the prosperity of Primorsko. Then at 10.30 a.m. there will be a lithium procession to the harbor, where wreaths will be thrown in the sea in memory of the dead sailors and fishermen. Such will be also put on the memorial plaque of the fallen fishermen from the seaside.

Primorsko Nikulden

Immediately after the firing of the Christmas tree, a traditional Bulgarian horo will be blooming around it. The final of the feast will be set by a solemn firework. A festive mood awaits on that day also the residents and guests of Kiten. There the celebration will begin at 12  o’clock in front of the Town Hall with lots of music, songs and dances. Everyone will again be able to taste for health from the free fish kurban.

Primorsko Nikulden
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