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Science and Culture of Bulgaria

According to topschoolsintheusa.com, the liberation from the Ottoman yoke opened up opportunities for the development of public education, science, and national culture. In the beginningof 20th century such centers of scientific research as the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAN, 1911) and Sofia University (1904) were formed. Large state libraries have been established in Sofia and… Read More »

Bulgaria Demographics 1998

Population The population (8,336,000 in 1998, according to a UN estimate), a slight decrease in the last decade of the 20th century, due to the constantly low birth rate (8.1 ‰ in 1995) and a significant emigration, it is relatively homogeneous, as Bulgarians are in a strong majority (86 % of the total); the main… Read More »

Bulgaria Language

The Bulgarian language is spoken in a region that can be circumscribed by the following borders: to the north from the Danube from the mouth of the Timok to Silistra and from here to Tulcea and the Black Sea; eastward from the Black Sea itself to about Midia; from here from an ideal line that… Read More »