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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

1. History And Culture - Bulgaria
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4. History And Culture - Bulgaria
Home, bulgaria culture History, Search. Culture English); Explore Bulgaria Culture (English); Kultura - weekly magazine (Bulgarian / English).
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5. WorldRover - Culture Of Bulgaria
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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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    7. Soc.culture.bulgaria FAQ (monthly Posting) (part 4/10)
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    9. History Of Tatarstan. Volga Bulgaria
    Velvet kalfak headdress worked with gold embroidery, The characteristic elementsof bulgaria culture were the jewellery of gold, silver, bronze, copper
    The historical fate of Tatar People, its culture, arising and development of Kazan - the capital of Tatarstan - are intertwining with the history of Volga Bulgaria, Golden Horde, Kazan Khanate, Russian State.
    Volga Bulgaria
    "Black Chamber" Mosque in Bolgar
    (XIV century) Volga Bulgaria - the feudal state formed on the verge of IX-X centuries in Middle Volga region. The main population was bulgars - immigrants from Azov region, who conquered the native Finno-Ugrians and Turkish-speaking tribes. The largest towns Bolgar and Buljar in area and population surpassed London, Paris, Kiev, Novgorod and Vladimir of that time. Volga Bulgaria exported to Middle Asia, China, Vizantium, Russia the fur, timber, leather footwear, arms and other handmade goods. The capital of Volga Bulgaria town Bolgar in X-XIV centuries was built of stone and brick. Already the public water supply was here. Nowadays remained the ruins of "The Black Chamber" Mosque, Minor Minaret, Khan's Tomb, Northern Mausoleum, Cathedral Mosque.
    Khan's Tomb (Eastern Mausoleum)
    Smaller Minaret Bulgars were the pagans. In 922 the Embassy from Baghdad came to Bulgaria and the congress of Bulgarian tribes adopted Islam as the state religion. The ancient Turkish written language was substituted by the Arabic one. (In 1928 the Arabic alphabet was substituted by the Latin one; in 1938 the contemporary Tatar alphabet on the basis of Cyrillic alphabet was adopted).

    10. Hoppa - Culture In Bulgaria
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    11. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination Bulgaria | Culture
    After five centuries of Turkish rule, bulgarian culture reappeared in the 19th contemplativemonks appear in monastery museums throughout bulgaria saints the
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    After five centuries of Turkish rule, Bulgarian culture reappeared in the 19th century as writers and artists strove to reawaken national consciousness. Zahari Zograf (1810-53) painted magnificent frescoes inspired by medieval Bulgarian art in monasteries. The carvings of highly contemplative monks appear in monastery museums throughout Bulgaria: saints the size of grains of rice are a particular highlight. Bulgaria's poets show a tendency to meet with a violent and early death, lending a poignancy to the high idealism of writers such as Hristo Botev (rebel folk poet of the late 19th century), Dimcho Debelyanov (lyric poet killed in WWI) and Geo Milev (poet of the post-WWI social upheavals, kidnapped and murdered by police). The grand old man of Bulgarian literature, Ivan Vazov, is one of the few who made it over the age of 30. His novel 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

    12. - History Of Bulgaria, Culture 1878-1944
    Article on bulgarian culture over the period 18781944 includes a brief reference to the poets Yavorov, Theodor Trayanov, and Dimcho Debelianov. and post the restoration of its state independence, bulgaria began developing its culture in entirely new conditions.
    After the Liberation and post the restoration of its state independence, Bulgaria began developing its culture in entirely new conditions. During the first decades of freedom the Bulgarian governments were anxious to help the country out of the Orient and its backwardness, which stimulated the multifarious influences of modern European culture. The process of Europeanization affected all cultural spheres - education, science, literature and art. In a number of cases the cultural accomplishments outstripped even the modernization of the state itself or its economy. In this process, unrestricted by dogmatic thinking or state censorship (the then Bulgarian Constitution was among the most liberal constitutions in the world) numerous, sometimes contradictory trends were frequently occurring in the Bulgarian cultural life. The intelligentsia was eager to adopt all European '-isms' - from the optimistic philosophical theories of Marxism to the decadent idealistic concepts of pessimism and symbolism. Literature kept its leading position in the Bulgarian cultural environment. Literary life was marked by the existence of two conflicting trends containing the main ideological leanings which had sprung after the Liberation. The first one, supported by the literary circle around Ivan Vazov, tried to lay out the way of Bulgarian literature along the lines of critical realism in conjunction with folklore. The second trend was represented by the circle of the Misul (Thought) magazine, co-edited by Kiril Krustev, a literary critic and Pencho Slaveikov, a poet. This one was closer to the trends observed in the West European literary pattern, a phenomenon quite characteristic of any international recognition-seeking literature in that epoch.

    13. Soc.culture.bulgaria Frequently Asked Questions
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    14. Embassy Of Bulgaria, Washington D.C. - About Bulgaria - Culture And Society
    Theater performances became popularized in bulgaria during the National Revivalin the and was the center for development of national dramatic culture in the 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 Bulgaria’s 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 country’s elite, foreign language schools ensure a large supply of well-educated managers and linguists for foreign companies. Bulgaria’s quality institutions of higher learning have attracted students from neighboring countries.

    15. Culture
    bulgaria, culture, Back to Top. Middle Ages (especially in the 10thand 11th centuries), bulgaria was the center of Slavic culture.
    Country Info Bulgaria Introduction Bulgaria General Data Bulgaria Maps Bulgaria Culture ... Bulgaria Time and Date Bulgaria Culture Back to Top Middle Ages (especially in the 10th and 11th centuries), Bulgaria was the center of Slavic culture. Over the centuries Bulgarian culture has been influenced successively by Byzantine, Greek, Russian, and Western cultures. Between the 9th and 14th centuries ad, Bulgarian literature consisted mainly of historical chronicles and translations of religious material. Thereafter very little Bulgarian literature was produced until the 19th century. Christo Botev, Ivan Vazov, Stoyan Mikhaylovski, and Yordan Yovkov emerged as important writers of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Modern writers include Blaga Dimitrova, Jordan Radichkov, and Bulgarian-born writer Elias Canetti, who won the 1981 Nobel Prize for literature. See Bulgarian Literature. Contemporary Bulgarian culture is a lively blend of the millennium-old folk traditions of the region; a more formal culture, which played a vital role in the emergence of national consciousness under Ottoman rule and in the development of a modern state; and, from World War II until the early 1990s, the development of a strong socialist element. Because Bulgaria's population is largely homogeneous, the degree of cultural variation even at the regional level is small. The state encourages cultural development at all levels of society and supports the dissemination of culture, particularly through schools, libraries, museums, publishing and the press, radio, television, and cinema.

    16. Dynamic Directory - Regional - Europe - Bulgaria - Society And Culture
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    17. History
    their culture remain in their monuments devoted to horse worship and in the mummer(bulgarian kuker) tradition that still survives in southwestern bulgaria.
    Country Info Bulgaria Introduction Bulgaria General Data Bulgaria Maps Bulgaria Culture ... Bulgaria Time and Date Bulgaria History Back to Top Evidence of human habitation in the Bulgarian lands dates from the Middle Paleolithic Period (100,000 to 40,000 BC). Agricultural communities appeared in the Neolithic Period, and in the Bronze Age the lands were inhabited by Thracian tribes. The Thracians were eventually expelled or absorbed by Greek, Persian, and Roman colonies, but traces of their culture remain in their monuments devoted to horse worship and in the mummer (Bulgarian: kuker) tradition that still survives in southwestern Bulgaria. In Roman times Bulgaria was divided between the provinces of Moesia (to the north of the Balkan Mountains) and Thrace (to the south of the Balkans) and was crossed by the main land route from the west to the Middle East. The ruins of Roman towns and settlements are numerous, and extensive sites have been excavated at Plovdiv in the southwest, Varna in the northeast, and other locations. In the First Balkan War (1912-1913), Bulgaria, allied with Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece, defeated the Ottoman Empire. Division of the reconquered Balkan territories, however, resulted in the Second Balkan War in 1913, which Bulgaria lost to Serbia, Montenegro, Greece, the Ottoman Empire, and Romania; as a consequence, Bulgaria lost considerable territory. Bulgaria entered World War I in 1915 on the side of the Central Powers, but was forced to agree on an armistice with the Allies in September 1918. King Ferdinand abdicated in October and was succeeded by his son, Boris III. By the Treaty of Neuilly on November 27, 1919, Bulgaria lost most of what it had gained in the Balkan Wars and all of its conquests from World War I. It was also required to abandon conscription, reduce armaments, and pay large reparations.

    18. Frequently Asked Questions About Bulgaria
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    19. - History Of Bulgaria, Medieval Bulgarian Culture.
    so diversified in their content, like bulgaria had. These are quite correctly treatedas one of the most significant phenomena of the bulgarian culture in its
    The medieval Bulgarian culture can be divided into two distinct periods - the first one marked by heathenism (7th-9th c.) and the second, post-Christianization (7th-l7th c.), marked by the conversion of faith. This differentiation is thus made on the basis of the ideological content pertinent to the culture of that epoch, content that draws the demarcation line between two entirely different cultural patterns. That was why, still in the beginning of the 7th century, the Greek language and script were introduced in the Bulgarian state activity and literature. In this respect the Bulgarians were no different from the other European peoples whose medieval literature was bound to be written in either of the classical languages - Latin or Greek. Some of these recorded messages of the past, discovered in Bulgaria, represent an original expression of the medieval sense of patriotism, for they had been inscribed in Bulgarian but by using characters of the Greek alphabet. Such a trend could not have stood a fair chance of success as it had obviously been impossible to transliterate all sounds of the Bulgarian speech into the Greek phonetic symbols. Nevertheless, the dozens of textual inscriptions containing state decrees, historical chronicles and even philosophical reflections, had laid the beginning of the Bulgarian literature - a unique phenomenon in the cultural life of Europe. No other infant people and so young a state in Europe had ever created through the 7th-9th c. such numerous inscriptions, so diversified in their content, like Bulgaria had. These are quite correctly treated as one of the most significant phenomena of the Bulgarian culture in its heathen period.

    20. Bulgaria - Culture & History
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    Bulgaria has a rich history which goes back to ancient Grecian and Roman times. As a result it possesses many marvelous cultural treasures in its numerous archeological sites, monasteries and museums. For detailed information, use the following carefully selected sources. Marteniza
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    A short history of Bulgaria History and Customs A very long article tracing Bulgarian culture and history from prehistoric times. Some great pictures Burgas Art Gallery Good photos of ancient Icons in this important museum.

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