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  1. Bulgaria's contribution to the development of spiritual culture in the middle ages by Dimitur Simeonov Angelov, 1980
  2. Mineral nutrition and fertilizer use with orchard tree species in the People's Republic of Bulgaria by Ekaterina Lehova, 1983
  3. Comprehensive programme for nationwide aesthetic education: Adopted at the 8th Extended Plenum of the Committee of Art and Culture, Sofia, December 1975 by Bulgaria, 1980
  4. From Surface Collection to Prehistoric Lifeways: Making Sense of the Multi-Period Site of Orlovo, South East Bulgaria by John Chapman, Bisserka Gaydarska, 2010-07-25
  5. Bulgaria (Major World Nations) by Julian Popescu, 2000-01
  6. Culture of Thracians ... BAR S 1350 by Jan Bouzek, Lidia Domaradzka, 2005-12-31
  7. Lyudmila Zhivkova: Her Many Worlds, New Culture & Beauty, Concepts and Actions by Ludmila Zhivkova, 1986-12
  8. Bulgarian Urban Culture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by Raina Gavrilova, 1999-06
  9. Disasters, Culture, Politics: Chinese-Bulgarian Anthropological Contribution to the Study of Critical Situations by Elya Tzaneva, with Fang Sumei and Liu Mingxin, 2009-11-01
  10. Cultures of the World - Group 13 by Kirilka Stavreva, Lynette Quek, et all 2007-09-30
  11. Bulgarian Traditions: St George's Day, Martenitsa, Name Days in Bulgaria, Kukeri, Nestinarstvo, Vidovdan, Egg Decorating in Slavic Culture
  12. Macedonians (Ethnic Group): Republic of Macedonia, Macedonian language, Macedonians in Serbia, Ethnic Macedonians in Bulgaria, Macedonians of Albania, ... of Greek Macedonia, Macedonian diaspora
  13. Equal Opportunities for Women and Men: Country Reports : Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania (Monitoring the Eu Accession Process) by EU Accession Monitoring Program, 2003-02
  14. Telecommunications in Central and Eastern Europe: Vol.3: Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania by Richard Cranston, 1994-03

61. Bulgaria - UNESCO Chair On Culture Of Peace And Human Rights (1998)
bulgaria / Bulgarie. UNESCO Chair on culture of Peace and Human Rights (1998).Fields/Disciplines. Disciplines related to culture of peace and human rights.
Bulgaria / Bulgarie UNESCO Chair on Culture of Peace and Human Rights (1998) Fields/Disciplines Disciplines related to culture of peace and human rights. Objectives To promote an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation activities in the field of human rights, democracy and peace, as well as tolerance and intercultural dialogue in Bulgaria and in other countries of the region. Address Prof. Petko Tchobanov
Burgas Free University
101, Alexandrovska Str.
BG 8000 Burgas Phone: 359 5 62 10 25
Fax: 359 5 62 95 67 Partnership/Partenariat UNESCO Chairs on Culture of Peace/Human Rights. UNESCO Sector/Field Office responsible for the Chair/Network Culture of Peace Programme Progress Report

62. About Bulgaria: History, Geography, Culture, Economy; Balkans, Europe, Regional
About bulgaria history, geography, culture, economy; Balkans, Europe, Globalisation,United Nations, Regional Economic Cooperation and Development, Integration
About Bulgaria on-line!
by Neytcho ILTCHEV The author does not pretend for complete coverage on any of the below topics. This page is intended to provide a brief and comprehensive summary on Bulgarian history, economy and politics to the uninitiated rather than being a thorough reference. The Republic of Bulgaria is situated at the centre of the Balkan Peninsula in South-Eastern Europe. Currently the country is member of the United Nations , the Council of Europe, the NATO and Associated Member of the EU. Bulgaria is also member of the World Trade Organisation - WTO (former GATT) and the Central European Free Trade Agreement ( CEFTA Following the remarkable popular victory of ex-king Simeon's NDS party on 17 June 2001, Simeon II Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, became the Prime Minister. I n November 2001, Bulgarian voters elected 44-year old Georgi Parvanov to be their president in an apparent show of frustration over poverty and corruption in the country. M. Parvanov is to be the leader who will prepare the ground for Bulgaria's EU and NATO membership. Since early 1997 Bulgaria has been governed by a right-wing coalition with a strong and stable social and parliamentary support for four years. The President of the Republic was also member of the same coalition.

63. Browsing Regional Europe Bulgaria Society And Culture Category
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64. Browsing Regional Europe Bulgaria Society And Culture History
Browse Regional Europe bulgaria Society and culture History AncestralFindings Free Genealogy Research. (Personal Page) A mega

65. Finally Family - Bulgaria History And Culture
bulgarian history and culture Population (1990), the estimated population ofbulgaria was 8,989,172; population growth rate was .35%; 1989, bulgaria's

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Bulgarian history and culture: Population: (1990), the estimated population of Bulgaria was 8,989,172; population growth rate was -.35%; 1989, Bulgaria's population density was eighty-one per square kilometer. Languages: Official state language; Bulgarian, main national minority language; Turkish. Ethnic Groups: (1991), Bulgarian (85.3 percent), Turkish (8.5 percent), Gypsy (2.6 percent), Macedonian (2.5 percent), Armenian (0.3 percent), Russian (0.2 percent). Religion: (1991) Bulgarian Orthodox (85 percent), Muslim (13 percent), Jewish (.8 percent), Roman Catholic (.5 percent). Significant increase in public worship and observance of religious holidays began in 1990. Health Care: Post-World War II, state health care facilities became available to a large part of population through a polyclinic system, with free medical services. In 1990 state control was removed to promote diversity and specialization and to reduce bureaucracy. Education and Literacy: Education is compulsory between ages seven and sixteen. Complete literacy claimed in 1990. Extensive growth in the education system in after World War II. A Complete restructuring and modernization program began in 1990.

66. Tsenov Academy Of Economics - Svishtov BULGARIA
has participated at various national and international culture exhibitions and svishtov.bgCopyright © 2002 Tsenov Academy of Economics, Svishtov, bulgaria.

67. - Server For Art And Culture
Provides culture news and reviews, includes virtual gallery, database of artists, and directory with Category Regional Europe bulgaria Arts and Entertainment...... Exhibition of InterSpace in medialounge Theatre and Dance Salome a conversationin an intimate tone Music A Concert by Fun Lovin' Criminals in bulgaria.
Events Register Audio / Video Virtual Gallery ... Music EVENTS, REGISTER, VIRTUAL SCENE FUTURE EVENTS Sofia: Zdravka Vasileva in ATA
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68. Magazines: Bulgaria Society & Culture Magazines - Magazines bulgaria Society culture Magazines -The most complete source of bulgaria Society culture magazines.

69. Youth Center For Open Education And Culture, Bulgaria
The Youth Centre for Open Education and culture is based in Rousse,bulgaria. The organization's activities are focused mainly on
Youth Centre for Open Education and Culture
27 Chiprovtsi Str.
bl. Lozen planina, vh.3
Rousse 7006, Bulgaria
Tel: +359 82 440 605
Contact Name: Nikola Benin, Chairman The Youth Centre for Open Education and Culture is based in Rousse, Bulgaria. The organization's activities are focused mainly on the development of civil society and democracy. In this respect they work on the following
programs: Civic Education, Ecological Education, Career Development, and Knowledge of the European Community. Last updated: June 2001 CSI Home Announcements Eurasia Opinion/Analysis ... Search Civil Society International
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70. Tourism Bulgaria - Multimedia Gallery - Culture
History. Traditions. culture. Nature. Multimedia Gallery. Home Catalogue Site Map Link Advertise Contact us About us. © 1999 Intermedia.
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71. Travel To Bulgaria- Escorted Nature And Culture Tour
The mountain splits bulgaria into two parts – Northern and Southern. Overnightin Sofia. Optional visit to the biggest in bulgaria cabaretshow,

8 days tour in Stara Planina (the Balkan Mountain)
18 May, 1,15,29 June, 13,27 Jul, 10,24 Aug, 7, 21 Sep 2003 This is a journey through the longest mountain chain on the Balkans – Stara Planina and its western part. The mountain splits Bulgaria into two parts – Northern and Southern. This itinerary includes some exclusive tourist attractions, with wonderful nature all around. DAY 1
- Dance on glowing embers.
Arrival to Sofia Transfer from the airport and accommodation. We offer the “Rodina” **** hotel, offering excellent conditions, comfortable rooms, panorama restaurant with beautiful view over Sofia and to Vitosha mountain, night-club, sports center with indoor pool.
Dinner at a restaurant in the typical Bulgarian folk style. Excellent cuisine, rich selection of wines and folklore program, featuring the unique dance on glowing embers. Overnight in Sofia.

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73. Books On Cdrom & CD Audio - Interactive Reading - Culture History Music
Welcome to Multimedia Publishing History, culture, Music, Cookbooks, CDRom Books,CD audios . Free Downloads and Special Information. TODAY IN bulgaria.
Welcome to Multimedia Publishing:
History, Culture, Music, Cookbooks, CDRom Books, CD audios.... Free Downloads and Special Information
Tin Pan Alley California Missions Free Screensavers Cookbooks ...
Our Multimedia titles: CDrom - Books for Windows TODAY IN BULGARIA Buy our latest title at Special Holiday price pf $15.00. Bulgarian Cookbook. Today in Bulgaria, Everyday Regional cooking. This is the first on our cuisine series. NEW TITLE!! HUELLAS EN EL CAMINO REAL
La Historia de las Misiones en California. NUEVO!! AMERICA IN FRANCE 1917-1919 . This CDrom Book takes you along with the AEF Engineers in France as they lay rails from the ports to the Front during World War One. One of the most complete studies of American war effort during WWI. To learn more about it, just click on the image. Click on the image for more information. TWENTY ONE FOOTPRINTS ON EL CAMINO REAL . This CDrom Book deals with the History of the California Missions. Their creation, the problems establishing them... etc. A Must for any library, school or serious student of Hispanic History HISTORIC TOURS OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

74. Festival Of Roses 2001: Bulgaria, Festival, Rose, Culture, Traditions, Sightseei
Double Occupancy Per Person Price $395. Notes Airfare is not included in the tourprice. Tour Duration 4 days. Destination(s) bulgaria. Specialty Categories
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Day 1:
Early afternoon departure from Sofia. Arrival in Kazanluk at 16:00. Check in at Kazanluk 3-star hotel. Coffe - concert of a chamber orchestra at 17:00. Official dinner with folk performance at 19:30. Opening of the Festival of Roses at 21:00. Overnight L
Day 2:
Breakfast at 08:00. Ritual rose distillation - Etnographical complex " Kulata " at 09:30. Visit of the Kazanluk Thracian Tomb ( UNESCO list of World Heritage ) at 10:30. Lunch at 12:30. Visit of the Museum of Roses at 14:00. Concert of Eastern Orthodox choir at Shipka Memorial Cathedral at 16:00. Return to the hotel. Dinner with folk performance. Overnight. B L D
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Early breakfast at 07:00. Start for the rose gathering at 08:30. Tasting of roseoils in the Institute of Roses. Carnival procession. Lunch barbeque and folkprogramme with participation of the tourists at 13:30. Departure at 15:00 to Etura and Gabrovo. See Etura open-air etnograpic complex. Proceed to Veliko Tarnovo. Check in at Interhotel Veliko Tarnovo 4 star hotel. Dinnerindependent. Overnight.

75. Business Portal Canada Bulgaria / Ressources / Arts & Culture
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Directories Finances Governments Organizations Society ... Canada en fªte! - Du 21 juin, Journ©e nationale des Autochtones, en passant par la Saint-Jean Baptiste, le 24 juin, jusqu'  la fªte du Canada, le 1 juillet : une occasion de vous amuser! FR * EN Canadian Culture - Artistes, books, chat rooms, resources, TV radio.... EN Canada Council for the Arts offers a broad range of grants and services to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations in dance, interdisciplinary and performance art, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts, and writing and publishing FR * EN Canada day - From June 21, National Aboriginal Day, through Saint-Jean Baptiste Day on June 24, and culminating with Canada Day, you and your family may take part in a myriad of events and activities organized in your community. Have fun and "Celebrate Canada!" FR * EN Conseil des Arts du Canada dont le r´le est de favoriser et de promouvoir l'©tude et la diffusion des arts, ainsi que la production d'oeuvres d'art

76. Bits Of Culture - Bulgaria
Language Map. Bits of culture. PointTo-Talk Booklets. Additional Resources.BITS OF culture - bulgaria. Languages. Geography. Cultural Values.
BITS OF CULTURE - Bulgaria Languages Map Cultural Values Health Care Values ... Interesting Facts Languages Official language:
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77. WebGuest - Open Directory : Regional : Europe : Bulgaria : Society And Culture
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78. -Culture - Churches
Churches in Sofia. The major religion in bulgaria is Christian orthodoxand most of the churches in Sofia perform Orthodox services.
Churches in Sofia The major religion in Bulgaria is Christian orthodox and most of the churches in Sofia perform Orthodox services. The ones listed below are of historical importance to the city. Below you will find the addresses of places of worship for Catholics, Protestants, Hebrews and Muslims. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral St. Nedelia Church The church squats on a plot dividing two of Sofia's busiest streets, Vitosha Blvd. and Maria Luisa Blvd. St.Nedelia was built in the period 1856-1863 upon remains of the Roman town of Serdica. In 1925 it was almost demolished by political sabotage, but was later reconstructed. Popular place for weddings. The Rotunda of St.George The red brick rotunda church of St. George is considered the oldest building in Sofia. It is situated behind Sheraton Hotel, amid remains of the ancient town of Serdica. Three layers of frescoes have been discovered, the earliest dating back to the 10th century. Magnificent frescoes of 22 prophets over 2 meters tall crown the dome. At present church is a museum, open Tue - Sat 10.30am - 1pm, 3pm-5.30pm. The St. Petka Samardziiska Church

79. DINO - Language: Englisch - Regional - Europe - Bulgaria - Society And Culture
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Websites Access to Information Programm - Bulgaria NGO - encourages individual and public demand for information through civic education in the right to know area, works for transparency of government at different levels, advocating for more open supply of information. [Verwandte Websites] Bulgaria Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 1997 - U.S.Government Information [Verwandte Websites] Bulgarian military page - Bulgarian uniforms, army, Air Force. Bulgarian weapons, aircraft and armor.

80. Balkan Info Home
A Reader's Guide to bulgaria. culture. Folklore. Samokov Horo, byNikolai Obrazopissov. PreChristian beliefs and their influence on
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A Reader's Guide to Bulgaria
Samokov Horo, by Nikolai Obrazopissov Pre-Christian beliefs and their influence on Bulgarian Orthodox culture are examined in Ivanichka Georgieva, Bulgarian Mythology (New York: State Mutual Book and Periodical Service, 1985). Other good collections and studies of aspects of Bulgarian folk customs, rituals, songs, and costumes are: Assen Nikolov, Bulgarian Folklore (Cleveland: By the Author, 1983), which includes a discussion of proverbs and name origins. Stoyan Grenchev, The Wedding: Bulgarian Folk Customs and Rituals (Sofia: Septemvri, 1988) is richly illustrated as is Maria G. Veleva, Bulgarian Folk Costumes (Pittsburgh: Tamburitza Press, 1982), with detailed explanations of the techniques used in their making and descriptions of regional variations. Argir Hadjihristev examines the diet and mountain customs alleged to promote longevity in Life-styles for Long Life: Longevity in Bulgaria (Chicago: Thomas Charles, 1988).
There are two good surveys of Bulgarian literature in English. Clarence A. Manning and Roman Smal-Stocki present a brief overview for the general reader in

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