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Barabáš wins Bulgarian prize

RENOWNED Slovak documentary filmmaker Pavol Barabáš was awarded the Grand Prize at the Bulgarian International Festival of Mountaineering Films - Sliven.
This was the third time in a row that Barabáš received the prize.
The Bulgarian ambassador to Slovakia, Jaroslav Golev, presented Barabáš with the award January 25.

RENOWNED Slovak documentary filmmaker Pavol Barabáš was awarded the Grand Prize at the Bulgarian International Festival of Mountaineering Films - Sliven.

This was the third time in a row that Barabáš received the prize.

The Bulgarian ambassador to Slovakia, Jaroslav Golev, presented Barabáš with the award January 25.

Barabáš's won the prize at the October 2004 festival for his film, Omo - A Journey to Primeval Age.

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