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Bulgarian yogurt is known all over the world for the qualities of its taste.

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Bulgaria is one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in Europe. The Bulgarian impact on the world, which many did not know about until recently, has attracted a large number of tourists in Bulgaria.

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From one of the oldest capitals in Europe – Sofia, through the winter resorts Bansko and Pamporovo and to the azure costs of Sinemorets and Nesebar.

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With our wild beaches, deep lochs and romantic villages, it shouldn’t be a surprise that we’ve one of the most beautiful country in the world

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Bulgarian food, traditional drinks and Bulgarian cheese all compliment the splendid hospitality and surroundings. Here’s what you can expect from a traditional Bulgarian meal.
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#Bulgaria is the birthplace of the Cyrillic alphabet, which was developed in Preslav and Ohrid Literary Schools during the tenth century. More than 300 million people from different countries today use the developed version of the Cyrillic alphabet
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#Bulgaria has a rich and century-old cultural history. With the adoption of Christianity in the 9th century, Bulgarian culture became an integral part of the European culture, but nevertheless its authenticity is preserved till nowadays.

There are many Bulgarian traditions and celebrations that often get a “Really?!” reaction from foreigners. Many of them originate from pagan times or have Christian roots, and have been strictly followed for centuries. Bulgarians tend to be very proud of their traditions, culture and heritage. Their love for it is reflected in everything from food and songs to dances and jewelry.
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The territory of #Bulgaria has been inhabited since the earliest historical times – the Stone Age and the Copper-stone Age. Evidences for this are the numerous residential and burial mounds. Some of them are the Karanovska mound and the Neolithic residence, dating back to the 6th millennium BC, in the area of Stara Zagora. The oldest golden treasure in the world, discovered near Varna, dates back to the same time period.
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