Bulgaria Traditions

Bulgaria Traditions

Been¬†independent since 1878 , Bulgaria was a monarchy until the 1946 referendum which established the people’s republic; following the democratization process that affected the country in 1989, like others in Eastern Europe, a new Constitution was drafted, approved in 1991, in which Bulgaria is defined as a parliamentary republic founded on the division of powers, […]

Continue Reading
Map of Bulgaria Sofia

Bulgaria 2005

According to ehistorylib, in 2005, Bulgaria had a population of just over 7.5 million people, with the majority being of Bulgarian ethnicity (84%), followed by ethnic Turks (8%), Roma (4%) and other ethnicities (4%). The economy of Bulgaria was largely based on agriculture and industry, with its main exports being food products, chemicals and machinery. […]

Continue Reading