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  1. Culture Shock! Bulgaria (Culture Shock! Guides) (Culture Shock! Guides) by Agnes Sachsenroeder, 2008-02-01
  2. The Turks of Bulgaria: The History, Culture, and Political Fate of a Minority
  3. Music in Bulgaria: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture (Global Music Series) by Timothy Rice, 2003-10-02
  4. Bulgaria (Cultures of the World) by Kirilka Stavreva, 1997-01
  5. The neolithic period in Bulgaria: Early food-producing cultures of Eastern Europe (American School of Prehistoric Research. Bulletin) by James Harvey Gaul, 1968
  6. Bulgaria in Transition: Politics, Economics, Society & Culture After Communism (Eastern Europe After Communism Series)
  7. The national complex of artistic creation, cultural activities and mass media as a new stage in the guidance and organization of Bulgaria's culture: [report ... Sess. of the Com. for Art and Culture] by Li¸ u¸¡dmila Zhivkova, 1976
  8. The People's Republic of Bulgaria, culture and art: Facts and figures by Kostadin Popov, 1983
  9. Bulgaria: land, economy, culture by Spas Rusinov, 1965
  10. Socialist revolution and socialist culture (Socialist Bulgaria--theory and practice) by Boris T¸ S¸¡enkov, 1971
  11. Thracian culture: An essay on ancient culture in Bulgaria by Yanko Todorov, 1987
  12. The role of science in physical culture and sports in Bulgaria by Ivan K Staĭkov, 1977
  13. Executive Report on Strategies in Bulgaria, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by Bulgaria Research Group, The Bulgaria Research Group, 2000-11-02
  14. Bulgaria's contribution to the development of spiritual culture in the middle ages by Dimitŭr Simeonov Angelov, 1980

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2. Bulgaria Culture | Lonely Planet World Guide
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.

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6. 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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    encyclopedia article about Culture of Bulgaria. Culture of Bulgaria in Free onlineEnglish dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. Culture of Bulgaria. of Bulgaria
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Bulgarian The Republic of Bulgaria is a small republic in the southeast of Europe. It borders the Black Sea to the east, Greece and Turkey to the south, Serbia and Montenegro and the Republic of Macedonia to the west, and Romania to the north along the river Danube.
    Click the link for more information. culture For other uses of culture see Culture (disambiguation).
    The word culture comes from the Latin root colere, (to inhabit, to cultivate, or to honor). In general it refers to human activity; different definitions of culture reflect different theories for understanding, or criteria for valuing, human activity. In 1952 Alfred Kroeber and Clyde Kluckhohn compiled a list of over 200 different definitions of culture in their book, Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions
    Click the link for more information. is a mix mostly of Thracian Thrace is a historical and geographic area in south-east Europe spread over north-eastern Greece, southern Bulgaria, and European Turkey. Thrace borders on three seas the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Sea of Marmara.
    Thrace has been under the control of many different rulers. The first Greek colonies in Thrace were founded in the 6th century BC. The indigenous population was an Indo-European people called Thracians.

    8. 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.
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    "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).

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    10. - History Of Bulgaria, Culture 1878-1944
    After the Liberation 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.

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    Master document of culture category culture. One has to see the magnificent Thracian treasures, the monumental but beautiful work of to understand why bulgaria became the cradle of Slav culture. For thirteen centuries
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    Sofia Galleries Sofia Theaters ... Veliko Turnovo Theaters Culture 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. 2500+ properties for sale in Bulgaria The Essential Sofia City Info Guide RENT A CAR IN BULGARIA More than 100 cars, vans, jeeps

    12. Travel To Bulgaria. Ski, Adventure, Black Sea Packages
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    7 Jun 2004 Delayed Opening of Black Sea Resorts Renders Rural Tourism a Favour
    The excitement at the Bulgarian Black sea Resorts continues all year round. In the summer, the sea is in full swing of tourist and in winter – the waterside shakes of buildings and construction sites. All of the resorts do their best to open the season as early as possible and to prolong it until late autumn. It seems that in their desire to enlarge the hotels’ capacity and offer good vacation conditions the national resorts (Golden Sands and Sunny Beach) will fail and even suffer losses this summer. Although May 1 was the deadline to cease building, freeze the unfinished constructions and

    13. Culture
    bulgaria, culture, Back to Top. Throughout the era of postwar communist modernization,family life remained one of the most important values in bulgarian society.
    Country Info Bulgaria Introduction Bulgaria General Data Bulgaria Maps Bulgaria Culture ... Bulgaria Time and Date Bulgaria Culture Back to Top Until 1944 divorce was quite rare in Bulgaria, and great stigma was attached to all individuals who had divorced. After 1944 the divorce rate rose steadily until 1983, when it reached 16.3 percent. Between 1983 and 1986, however, the rate fell to 11.2 percent. In the 1980s, the divorce rate in the cities was more than twice that in the villages, in part because the village population was older. The divorce rate was especially high for couples married five years or less; that group accounted for 44 percent of all divorces. In 1991 the rate was increasing, however, for those married longer than five years. Concerned about Bulgaria's low birth rate, the government issued new restrictions on divorce in its 1985 Family Code. The fee to apply for a divorce was more than three months' average salary, and every application for a divorce required an investigation. The grounds most often listed in a divorce application were infidelity, habitual drunkenness, and incompatibility. In 1991 the average Bulgarian family included four people. Families of two to five people were common, whereas families of six or more were rare. In the larger families, moreover, the additional members usually included one or two of the couple's parents. In 1980 extended families spanning three or even four generations made up 17 percent of all households, indicating the persistence of the extended family tradition. Although the tradition was more prevalent in the villages of western and southern Bulgaria than in the cities, many urban newlyweds lived with their parents because they could not afford or obtain separate apartments.

    14. Welcome To The Website Of The Netherlands Embassy In Sofia, Bulgaria
    Royal Netherlands Embassy in Sofia, with information on Dutch culture, government, tourism, bilateral relations, current events in Holland, and embassy and consular affairs.
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    The web site of the Netherlands Embassy in Bulgaria is established to serve Dutch, Bulgarian, and other citizens and to provide information about the Netherlands, its people, society, economy, government, policies and institutions.

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    DUTCH MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, NATURE AND FOOD QUALITY VEERMAN VISITS BULGARIA Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality of the Netherlands Mr. Veerman will pay a one-day official visit to Bulgaria on 5 June (Saturday) at the invitation of the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry of the Republic of Bulgaria Mr. Mehmed Dikme. more... June 2, 2004
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    16. - History Of Bulgaria, Rivival Culture
    It is worth noting that all these successes of the bulgarian culture had been differentnewspapers and magazines had been published both in bulgaria and over
    During the Revival period Bulgarian culture developed in conditions which would be uncommonly difficult for any one people - alien political power, foreign chuch administration, absence of own national cultural institutions and economically weak bourgeois class. Against that background, the cultural achievements of the Bulgarians were amazing, indeed. One of the most significant cultural phenomena is that connected with the enlightenment. Neither the totally outdated medieval small monastery schools, used to teaching only simple reading and writing, nor the intellectually wretched level of education in the Muslim schools could satisfy the needs of the Bulgarian society. Then it was only natural to have the eyes of those fighting for modern education directed towards the achievements of modern Europe to whose culture the Bulgarian people felt close for religious, economic and psychological reasons. According to the unanimous assessment of the Bulgarian cultural science, the then modern European civilization had given image, flesh and blood to the Bulgarian culture. The establishment of a school network was the most telling evidence to that end.

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    EMPIRE OF THRACE Diplomatic Missions The laws Currency Symbols ... Government Empire of Thrace 1.Head of State The Emperor Ivan II Viktor -in goodwill and will of people Emperor of all Thrace, protector of the faith, great duke of Sliven,great baron of Nova Zagora.

    3.A council of state - a council of the ministers - Thracian General Governor /prime-minister/
    Empire of Thrace is monarchy hereditary. The Emperor is a great representative and head of state.To the Emperor give title Imperial Majesty, and of heir-of-law is give title - Excellency.Him Imperial Majesty is can't be a head of state of diferent country,without to make a consult the people in a plebescite/referendum/.The person of the Emperor is sacred and inviolability of person. The legislative power and the executive power it's belonging to the Emperor and to the ministers from the government.The law power it's belonging to the judicial powers, the all of the authorities working from the name of the Emperor, and under him great supervision.The official religion of Empire of Thrace is ortodoxy.The church is keep in subjection to the Bulgarian ortodoxy church.The cristians who is not a ortodoxy cristians or a people who is have anoder faith, make a freedom of the religion, but them religion it's not make disorderly conduct of the Empire. Currency of Empire of Thrace
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    19. :: Bulgaria :: Culture & Art
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    Culture and Art The Bulgarian lands have been inhabited by various tribes that have developed a rich and varied culture.
    The earliest monuments are the drawings found in the Magura cave (Second Millennium BC), the remains from Palaeolitic cultures in several caves in Stara planina (Balkan Mountains) and the Rhodope Mountains . Traces of some seaside Neolithic and Palaeolithic cultures have been found in the areas of cape Kaliakra and the southern seaside town Ahtopol There have been found a lot of remains from Thracian, Old Greek and Roman culture in the Bulgarian lands. The

    20. Borina Publishing: Representing Bulgaria In Books And Images
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