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ABOUT BULGARIA
GENERAL INFORMATION

Bulgaria is situated in the South-East part of Europe.
Area: 110,993.6 km2.
Population: 7.97 million
To the north Bulgaria borders Romania.
To the south - with Greece and Turkey.
To the west - with Serbia and Montenegro and Macedonia.
To the east - with the Black Sea.
Capital City: Sofia (population: 1,122,302)
The capital city Sofia is situated in the Western...
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NATIONAL SYMBOLS FLAG, COAT-OF-ARMS, ANTHEM

Bulgarias National Flag
The national flag of the Republic of Bulgaria is rectangular in shape and consists of three colors: white, green and red, placed horizontally from the top downwards. The coloured pieces are the same in shape and dimensions:
Shape: rectangular, the width-length ratio being 3:5.
When hoisted vertically, the flags maximum length can reach...
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HISTORY
HISTORY

The territory of Bulgaria has been inhabited since the earliest historical times.

Bulgarias historical heritage is related to the rich culture of Ancient Thrace. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Bulgarian land was incorporated in the Byzantine Empire.

In the second half of the 7th century, todays northeastern Bulgaria was inhabited by Proto-Bulgarians. In...
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BULGARIAN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
BULGARIAN PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS
1 January New Years Day
3 March
  National Holiday (Bulgarias Day of Liberation from the Ottoman Rule)
1 May Labour Day
6 May St. Georges Day, Day of the Bulgarian Army
24 May Day of Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture and of Slavonic Alphabet
6 September ...
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Economy
Until 1989, Bulgaria had a Soviet-style economy in which nearly all agricultural and industrial enterprises were state-controlled. A stagnant economy, shortages of food, energy, and consumer goods, an enormous foreign debt, and an obsolete and inefficient industrial complex instigated attempts at market-oriented reform in the 1990s. Traditionally an agricultural country, Bulgaria has been...
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Land and People
Land and People

Central Bulgaria is traversed from east to west by ranges of the Balkan Mts. (Stara Planina, or Old Mountains in Bulgarian). A fertile plateau runs north of the Balkans to the Danube River, which forms most of the northern border. In the southwest is the Rhodope range, which includes Bulgaria's highest point, Musala Mt. (9,592 ft/2,923 m). The Thracian plain lies south of the...
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CONTACTS
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