She was born in rich family in Caucasus. Her father is Turk, her mother is Russian. She graduated from Russian gymnasium, in German language she was trained by her governess. In 1917 during the civil war in the Russian Empire she departed alone to Istanbul
Educated in Paris; in 1919-1920 was the editor of the newspapers in French – “Free Georgia”, “Republic of Georgia”, in English – “Herald of Georgia”; wrote poetry in French; translated into French “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin” by Shota Rustaveli and other classical Georgian
In 1876 went to Switzerland where she got acquainted with the issues of upbringing children based on Pestalozzi methods, new pedagogical ideas in Switzerland and France. Visited Paris, Zurich. On returning home got involved in cultural-educational life of the country. Soon her literary translations were
Feminist, journalist, and translator. Graduated from French literature with a doctorate in Lausanne (1919). Worked as an editor at the Bulgarian Department of Printing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1928), an press attache at the American Legation (1938-1942), an employee at the Bulgarian Bibliographic
A feminist, critic, journalist, translator, and writer. Ukrainian by origin, born in the family of Prof. Mihailo Dragomanov. Graduated in Music and French Literature in Geneva. Wife of Prof. Ivan Chichmanoff – Minister of Education, professor, founder of many cultural institutions. Since 1889 in Bulgaria.
Born in Stara Zagora. Graduated at Nancy with scholarship (1899). Private practice in Stara Zagora. School doctor at the Female Pedagogic School in Stara Zagora and the First Female School in Sofia. Specialized Pediatric and Internal Deceases in Paris (1911) and Internal Deceases and School
Born in Svishtov from a Bulgarian father and Austrian mother. Graduated from the Rousse Girls’ High School, studied violin and piano at the Academy of Music and Theater Arts in Vienna. Performed concerts in Sofia and Rousse. She had been working as a teacher of
Born in Turnu Magurele, Romania, in a Bulgarian clark and a Romanian mother family. Her brothers are the famous painter Nikola Tanev (1890-1962) and the journalist Stefan Tanev, an editor-in-chief of the Utro newspaper. She was married to Yordan Slivopolsky-Piligrim (1884-1969), a writer and journalist.
Born in Bourgas. Graduated from a high school in Sofia and studied piano and literature in Vienna and Brussels. There graduated home courses too. She published stories and travelogues in the press, translates novels, stories and memoirs from German, French and Russian. Author of cooking
Born in Bansko. Graduated from a high school in Stara Zagora and the Fine Arts Academy in Brussels (1893). Teacher and principal of the Princess Marie Louise Vocational School – Sofia and a private vocational school. Author of sewing textbooks (First handbook on stitching and