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The Rhodopes – a Land so Bulgarian

Petra Atanasova is born on 20.12.1934 in Bratya Kunchevi village, Stara Zagora district. Laureat of Pazardjik’s district 2010 award for overall contribution in the field of Culture.
1953 – Graduates from high school in Stara Zagora.
1954 – Studies in the Teacher’s Institute in St. Zagora. Due to an illness, she quits after the first year.
1955 – Marries Dr. S. Atanasov. They move to live in Pazardjik.
1960 – Starts working in a photo studio.
1964 – Starts working in the photo archive.
1970 – Awarded with the title „Photographer-Artist“.
1983 – Promoted to editor in the Photocenter.
1992 – She retires.
Awards:
1955 – First prize in „Everybody’s Earth“ First International photo-competition in Sofia.
1984 – Participation in the „PENTACON – ORWO“ international competition.
1981 – Participation in „Pirin – photo“ national exhibition; participation in the Biennial in Sofia; Participation in the international photographic exhibition in Dresden under UNESCO’s aegis.
1979 – Participation in the „PENTACON – ORWO“ international competition.
Her photographs are published in the magazines: „Bulgarian Photo“, „Rhodopes“, „Theatre“, „Bulgarian Journalist“.
And the newspapers: „Narodna Kultura“, „Pogled“, „Pirinsko Delo“, „Septemvriysko Zname“.