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  1. Culture Shock! Bulgaria (Culture Shock! Guides) by Agnes Sachsenroeder, 2008-02-01
  2. Music in Bulgaria: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture (Global Music Series) by Timothy Rice, 2003-10-02
  3. Bulgaria (Cultures of the World) by Kirilka Stavreva, Lynette Quek, 2007-08-30
  4. Landscape, Material Culture and Society in Prehistoric South East Bulgaria (bar s) by Bisserka Gaydarska, 2007-12-31
  5. Socialist revolution and socialist culture (Socialist Bulgaria--theory and practice) by Boris T¸ S¸¡enkov, 1971
  6. Lgbt in Bulgaria: Lgbt Culture in Bulgaria, Lgbt Events in Bulgaria, Lgbt People From Bulgaria, Lgbt Rights in Bulgaria
  7. The Voices of Medieval Bulgaria, Seventh-Fifteenth Century: The Records of a Bygone Culture (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450) by K. Petkov, 2008-06-15
  8. Bulgaria In Transition: Politics, Economics, Society, And Culture After Communism (Eastern Europe After Communism Series) by John D. Bell, 1998-09-10
  9. Bulgarian Culture: Culture of Bulgaria, Belote, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, List of World Heritage Sites in Bulgaria
  10. The 2009 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Bulgaria by Icon Group International, 2009-05-25
  11. Archaeology of Bulgaria: Boian Culture
  12. The Turks of Bulgaria: The History, Culture, and Political Fate of a Minority
  13. Lgbt Culture by Country: Lgbt Culture in Austria, Lgbt Culture in Brazil, Lgbt Culture in Bulgaria, Lgbt Culture in Canada
  14. Cultures of argument and the democratic imaginary: notes from Bulgaria.(Report): An article from: Argumentation and Advocacy by Zornitsa Keremidchieva, 2009-09-22

back History Traditions Nature One has to see the magnificent Thracian treasures, the monumental but beautiful work of the Greek and Roman cities in order to understand why
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2. Into Varna - Vacation And Rental Guide. Bulgaria Culture
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In brief One has to see the magnificent Thracian treasures, the monumental but beautiful work of the Greek and Roman cities in order to understand why Bulgaria became the cradle of Slav culture. For thirteen centuries the Bulgarian has been creating literature, art and music. Bulgarian culture has given the world men of great achievements, unparalleled in history. In the 9th centurie the brothers Cyril and Methodius, recognised as the patrons of Europe, upset the trilingual dogma and created the alphabet of the Slav peoples. During the 14th centurie John Koukouzel - The Angel-voiced carried out a reform in Eastern Orthodox church music. Unknown painters created masterpieces which have become part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Born from the power of tradition, modern Bulgarian culture, too, triumphs in the world. A quatrain of the great Bulgarian poet Hristo Botev has found a place in the Sorbonne, Boris Christoff and a whole host of Bulgarian singers have conquered the world's opera stages, the "Mystery of Bulgarian Voices" has astounded melomaniacs, the paintings of Vladimir Dimitrov-The Master can be seen in the world's finest galleries. Weather
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3. Bulgarian Culture
Bulgaria the cradle of Slav culture, the land of Orpheus and Spartacus.
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For thirteen centuries, Bulgaria - the cradle of Slav culture, the land of Orpheus and Spartacus has given the world men of great achievements, mysterious Thracian treasures and burial tombs, magnificent frescos and many brilliant examples of ancient applied arts. Bulgarian festivals and customs date back to ancient times when men tried to appease the natural elements and trembled before their power. Full of beauty, gaiety, mystical voices, fiery dances and brightly colored costumes - Bulgarian folklore has to be seen, felt and experienced! Fire dancing is the most ancient mysterious ritual - barefooted dancers performing on burning embers. This religious and mystical ritual for expelling illness, for health and fruitfulness is one that must be seen to believe it. The Festival of Roses is a lovely festival celebrated in the Rose Valley near the town of Kazanluk (at the foot of the Balkan Range) on the first weekend of June every year. The festival is a pageant of beauty in the unique Rose Valley. In the run-up of the event, a Queen Rose beauty contest is held in several rounds. Artists, actors, circus performers, writers and singers flock to Kazanluk at the start of June. The Bulgarian oleaginous rose yields 70 percent of the world's attar of roses used by every perfume company as an essential component of its products.

4. Bulgaria Culture: Bulgaria Is A Country With A Diverse Culture And An Ancient Hi
Bulgaria Culture Bulgaria is a country with a diverse culture and an ancient history dating back to prehistoric times. Even though Bulgaria has recenlty joined the EU, it is

5. Bulgaria - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Bulgaria, officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Република България, Republika Balgariya, rɛˈpublikɐ bɤ̞ɫˈɡarijɐ), is a country in Southern Europe.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the country. For other uses, see Bulgaria (disambiguation) Republic of Bulgaria Flag Coat of arms Motto Bulgarian
Saedinenieto pravi silata transliteration
"Unity produces strength" Anthem
Mila Rodino (transliteration)
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Sofia ... gipsy , 0.9% other groups Demonym Bulgarian Government Parliamentary democracy ... Independence 22 September 1908 from Ottoman Empire Recognized EU accession 1 January 2007 Area Total
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PPP Total $90.869 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $50.620 billion Per capita Gini low HDI high Currency Lev BGN Time zone ... Drives on the right BG Internet TLD .bg Calling code ... Bulgarian Government . 3 October 2005 . Retrieved 2007-01-01 plural Leva In common with other European Union member-states, the .eu domain is also in use. Cell phone system GSM and NMT 450i Domestic power supply 220 V 50 Hz Schuko (CEE 7/4) sockets Bulgaria (pronounced /bʌlˈɡɛəriə/ listen Bulgarian Balgariya [bɤ̞ɫˈɡarijɐ] ), officially the

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7. Bulgaria - Language, Culture, Customs And Etiquette
Guide to Bulgaria and Bulgarian culture, society, language, etiquette, manners and protocol
Bulgaria - Language, Culture and Etiquette
Facts and Statistics Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Romania and Turkey Capital: Sofia Population: 7,450,349 (July 2005 est.) Ethnic Groups : Bulgarian 83.9%, Turk 9.4%, Roma 4.7%, other 2% (including Macedonian, Armenian, Tatar, Circassian) (2001 census) Religions : Bulgarian Orthodox 82.6%, Muslim 12.2%, other Christian 1.2%, other 4% Language in Bulgaria Bulgarian is a Southern Slavic language with about 12 million speakers in Bulgaria and also in Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Greece and Romania. Bulgarian is mutually intelligible with Macedonian , and fairly closely related to Serbian , Croatian, Bosnian and Slovene. Bulgarian was the first Slavic language to be written. It first appeared in writing during the 9th century using the Glagolitic alphabet, which was gradually replaced by an early version of the Cyrillic alphabet over the following centuries. At the end of the 18th century the Russian version of Cyrillic or the "civil script" of Peter the Great was adapated. During the 19th century a number of versions of this alphabet containing between 28 and 44 letters were used. In the 1870s a version of the alphabet with 32 letters proposed by Marin Drinov became widely used. This version remained in use until the orthographic reform of 1945 when certain letters were removed from the alphabet. A modern literary language based on vernacular spoken Bulgarian was standardised after Bulgaria became independent in 1878. Many Turkish words were adopted into Bulgarian during the long period of Ottoman rule. Words have also been borrowed from Latin, Greek, Russian, French, Italian, German and increasingly from English.

8. WorldRover - Culture Of Bulgaria
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Culture of Bulgaria
Welcome to WorldRover's listing of country history and culture for Bulgaria. Check out the links below to find more information on the people and history of a country. On the right you can also find flag clip art and maps available for free download. Embassy information is also available for a number of countries around the world, however, please confirm all information. We hope to add additional links regarding the culture of Bulgaria as they become available. If you have a site or know of a site that should be added, please let us know. Thanks for visiting WorldRover's history, people, and culture site.
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  • 9. Culture Of Bulgaria - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    A number of ancient civilizations, most notably the Thracians, Greeks, Romans, Slavs, and Bulgars, have left their mark on the culture, history and heritage of Bulgaria.
    Culture of Bulgaria
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search A man from Florence , 1888 Renaissance-style painting by Konstantin Velichkov A number of ancient civilizations, most notably the Thracians Greeks Romans Slavs , and Bulgars , have left their mark on the culture, history and heritage of Bulgaria . Thracian artifacts include numerous tombs and golden treasures, while ancient Bulgars have left traces of their heritage in music and early architecture. Thracian rituals such as the Zarezan Kukeri and Martenitza are to this day kept alive in the modern Bulgarian culture. The oldest treasure of worked gold in the world, dating back to the 5th millennium BC, comes from the site of the Varna Necropolis Bulgaria functioned as the hub of Slavic Europe during much of the Middle Ages, exerting considerable literary and cultural influence over the Eastern Orthodox Slavic world by means of the Preslav and Ohrid Literary Schools . Bulgaria also gave the world the Cyrillic alphabet , the second most-widely used alphabet citation needed in the world, which originated in these two schools in the tenth century AD.

    10. Culture Of Bulgaria - Traditional, History, People, Clothing, Traditions, Women,
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    Identification. C.E. in what is now northeastern Bulgaria. Besides ethnic Bulgarians, there are several ethnic minorities, the most numerous being Turks and Gypsies, with smaller numbers of Armenians, Jews, and others. The dominant national culture is that of the ethnic Bulgarians, and there is little sense of shared national culture among the three main ethnic groups. Turks usually do not self-identify as Bulgarians, whereas Gypsies often do. Both groups are generally considered outsiders by ethnic Bulgarians, in contrast to the more assimilated minorities such as Jews and Armenians. Nevertheless, since all citizens participate in the national economy and polity, a shared national bureaucratic-political culture does exist, both shaped by and shaping the cultural practices of the constituent ethnic groups. Location and Geography.

    11. Bulgaria Holidays Travel Guide | ULookUBook
    Bulgaria Culture. Traditional music is very important in Bulgarian culture and there are many folklore festivals throughout the year. The brightly coloured national costume is worn
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    Bulgaria Introduction
    Bulgaria lies in the southeast corner of Europe on the Black Sea. It is a land of contrasts with high mountains, plains and beaches and therefore has much to offer the holidaymaker. Bulgaria’s ancient cultural history is evident in the many ancient remains and the medieval churches found throughout the country Its Black Sea coast has developed into a first class beach resort area with excellent facilities. The winter snow in the mountains and hills is ideal for skiing. Bulgaria is, therefore, a year round holiday destination.
    Why Go To Bulgaria?
    Bulgaria offers many types of holiday and as such has wide ranging appeal. Those wanting peace and relaxation will find it at the Black Sea resorts, while those looking for adventure will discover that the National Parks fit the bill. Towns and cities, with their churches and museums cater for those who like to delve into the past.
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    12. Bulgaria Culture : About Bulgaria
    Culture of Bulgaria art, treasures, museums, books. Bulgaria Culture. One can get acquainted with the pre-historic culture of Bulgaria mainly through the exhibitions
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    One can get acquainted with the pre-historic culture of Bulgaria mainly through the exhibitions displayed at the Archaeological Museum and the National Museum of History in Sofia and through the exhibits in the local museums in Plovdiv Stara Zagora , Nova Zagora, Varna Rousse , Veliko Tarnovo, Razgrad Vidin Bourgas , etc. The sights of particular interest include the famous Karanovska Mound near Nova Zagora, as well as the incredible drawings on the walls of the Magoura Cave (the Rabisha Cave). There are remains from Palaeolithic cultures in several caves in the Stara Planina Mountain and the Rhodope Mountains, while traces of Neolithic and Palaeolithic cultures by the sea are preserved in the areas of Cape Kaliakra to the north along the coast to the southern town of Ahtopol . Most of the remains are indicative of high level masterful use materials such as clay, kaolin, stone, wood, bronze and iron. The remains of pottery and other household ware dating back to the late Palaeolithic and the early Neolithic Ages found near Nova Zagora are extremely interesting and unique. This is the reason why the Karanovska Mound was called the Noahs Ark of European civilisation as it exhibits seven consecutive archaeological cultural layers. There are some of the first signs of the future archaic Mediterranean culture in it, which, along with the development of trade, became a model to whole Old World. The Hotnitsa treasure, which was found among the remains of a late Eneolithic building (2nd half of 5th millenium BC) and mostly the findings in the Necropolis of Varna (the late Eneolithic period) are indisputable evidence of the existence of well-developed civilisation in Southeastern Europe. Quite impressive are the settlement mounds (8th-6th centuries BC) in the Eastern Rhodopes, Strandzha and Sakar Mountains, which illustrate the construction mastership of the Thracians in the early Iron Age.

    13. Embassy Of Bulgaria, Washington D.C. - About Bulgaria - Culture And Society
    The population of Bulgaria is 8,191,000 (December 1999). During the next years further aging of population and problems with the reproduction of the labor force are bulgaria/culture and society.htm
    The National Theater in Sofia The population of Bulgaria is 8,191,000 (December 1999). During the next years further aging of population and problems with the reproduction of the labor force are expected . While in 1990 the average age of the people was 37.5 years, in 1999 it is 39.2 years. The active population is 4.753 million. The unemployement currently is quite highabout 18% due to substantial structural reforms of Bulgarian economy. Approximately 86% of the people living in Bulgaria are ethnic Bulgarians. About 9% of the population are Turks and 4% Gypsies. A solid majority (85%) of people belong to the Bulgarian Christian Orthodox Church. Bulgaria is largely an urban country - at least 67% of the people live in urban communities such as Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna and other cities and towns. Bulgaria has a high literacy rate of 98% - education is free and compulsory for children ages 7 through 16. Read more about Bulgaria here
    Saint George Bulgarias education system is a strong national asset. Foreign companies investing in Bulgaria over the past decade have been impressed with the level of technical and general education found in the labor force. The countrys elite, foreign language schools ensure a large supply of well-educated managers and linguists for foreign companies. Bulgarias quality institutions of higher learning have attracted students from neighboring countries.

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    In their social planning, Bulgarian legislators usually viewed their nation's women mainly as mothers, not as workers. Besides the laws passed in an effort to increase the nation's birth rate, legislators passed laws giving certain privileges to women in the workplace, often keeping their reproductive capability in mind. Women were prohibited by law from doing heavy work or work which would adversely affect their health or their capacities as mothers. The list of prohibited jobs changed constantly, and women sought such jobs because they generally offered better pay and benefits. Burgas Grad Sofiya Khaskovo Lovech ... AskBabyNames @ 2008 MapZones

    15. Bulgaria Culture. Infomation About Culture Of Bulgaria
    Bulgaria is a crossroad of the ancient civilisations of Thracians, Romans, Slavs and Bulgars, which have contributed to a heritage of literature and folklore.

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    CULTURE Under the Yoke describes the 1876 uprising against the Turks. An ancient Greek myth ascribes a Thracian origin to Orpheus and the Muses, a heritage which Bulgaria's singers still take very seriously. Orthodox religious chants convey the mysticism of regional fables and legends, whereas the spontaneous folk songs and dances of the villages meld classical origins with a strong Turkish influence. International interest in Bulgarian vocal music was ignited by groups such as Le Mystere des Voix Bulgaires, who have taken Bulgaria's polyphonic female choir singing to a world audience. Bulgarians fill up on meals of meat, potatoes and beans, crisped up with salads, and tossed back with dangerous liquor: beware of water glasses filled with rakia (ouch) and mastika (aaah). Breakfast is a bread-based snack on the run - look out for hole-in-the-wall kiosks selling delicious banitsi - cheese pastries, often washed down with

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    Related articles The government of Bulgaria issued the following news release: Culture plays a key role in the process of European integration not only of each country of South East Europe but of the region as a whole. This is what the Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev said as he opened the third meeting of the Council of Ministers of Culture of South East Europe in Boiana Residence. He reminded that even at the hardest moments, the people of culture have found a way for interaction and added that the exchange of traditions and art is the basis of South East Europe's cultural wealth and variety. Read all of this article with a FREE trial
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    18. Bulgaria Culture | GlobalEDGE
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    Bulgaria: Culture Crossing
    This section of Culture Crossing includes basic cultural practices in Bulgaria for greetings, personal space, gestures, eye contact, etc. It also includes general business etiquette in the country related to meetings, dress, negotiations, gift giving, etc.
    Bulgaria: Invest Bulgaria
    This subsection provides information on business etiquette in Bulgaria. It includes general business tips.
    Bulgaria: Kwintessential Cross-Cultural Solutions
    This subsection of the Kwintessential website provides language, culture and etiquette information related to Bulgaria. The business etiquette portion offers a comprehensive overview of the many different aspects to consider when conducting business in Bulgaria.
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    This subsection of TJC Global includes business etiquette and general cultural practices in Bulgaria. Everything from eating customs and body language to societal rules and communications is included.

    19. Bulgaria Travel Information And Travel Guide - Lonely Planet
    Five centuries subjugated to Ottoman rule and, more recently, four decades locked very firmly behind the Iron Curtain turned Bulgaria into a distant, enigmatic country in the

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