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  Bulgarian Americans
Bulgarian dishes are generally spicier than those of neighboring countries, and cooks are liberal in their use of herbs and strongly flavored condiments such as garlic and chili peppers.
Bulgarian meals are invariably accompanied by the oven-baked bread known as pitka, which is served with ciubritsa, an aromatic condiment with a native herb resembling tarragon at its base.
Bulgarian music is distinguished by its rhythmic complexity, heavy ornamentation, and the stirring and slightly nasal sound of the "open-throated" singing style.
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 1840. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The Bulgarian national movement grew rapidly, with revolutionary committees at Bucharest and Odessa.
The Bulgarian Secret Central Committee was formed in Bucharest, led by Liuben Karavelov and Vasil Levski.
The patriarch of Constantinople refused to recognize the Bulgarian Church, however, and excommunicated it in 1872.
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 Bulgarian History - Invest Bulgaria.com
The Bulgarian side of the competition was supported hy the peasantry, which was suffering under the arbitrary taxation policy of the Constantinople patriarchy, which controlled, in addition to the Church, the Bulgarian schools where instruction was given in Greek.
The Bulgarian parishes (the sole form of organization for the Bulgarians after their state was conquered) during the 19th century gradually became a major institution of the Bulgarian nation, carrying out administrative, taxation, educational and c'ultural work.
Most of the writers and revolutionaries of the Bulgarian National Revival were educated in Russia, in the atmosphere and spirit of the Russian populist intelligentsia, who fought against the autocracy for a republic and a representative popular government.
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 Bulgaria
Bulgarians in such centers were forcibly resettled as part of a policy to scatter the potentially troublesome educated classes.
Bulgarian hostility towards the Russian army, refusal to build a strategic railway for the Russians through Bulgaria, and poor relations between Prince Alexander and Tsar Alexander III of Russia all contributed to increasing alienation.
The Bulgarians, having had the greatest military success, demanded compensation on that basis; the Serbs and Greeks demanded adjustment of the 1912 treaty of alliance to ensure a balance of Balkan powers; and the Romanians demanded territorial reward for their neutral position in the first war.
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 Bulgaria - HISTORY
Marking the deterioration of both the Byzantine and the Bulgarian political structures, the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks in 1453 began four centuries of Turkish suppression of Bulgarian cultural and political institutions.
Fomented by the communists and the social democrats and joined by urban workers and middle-class Bulgarians, the striker protests were quelled harshly by the army and the Orange Guard, a quasi-military force that Stamboliiski formed to counter mass demonstrations by the parties of the left.
Finally, Bulgarian implication in the plot to assassinate Pope John Paul II in 1981 and in international drugs and weapons trading impaired the country's international image and complicated economic relations with the West.
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 islam
The troops of the last Bulgarian's state ruler joined this army, but beneath the walls of the Bulgarian fortress of Nicopolis the crusaders were defeated.
The Bulgarian Patriarchate was destroyed and subordinated to the Greek Patriarchate.
Under these conditions a new Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee was founded in the autumn of 1875 in a deserted house outside Ghiurghiu, presided by Stefan Stambolov.
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 Working Paper of Ivan Ilchev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
They were convinced in the justice of the Bulgarian national claims, they knew they held in their hands the key for the balance on the peninsula and did not agree to initiate real negotiations with its neighbours.
Bulgarian politicians were inclined to consider the conflict in Macedonia in the light of the experience they gained from Eastern Rumelia.
Their consciousness was moulded by the self-confidence they received as the victors at the Serb Bulgarian war and it was loaded with great expectations for a near realization of the national idea The experience gained from that time, the achieved victories built stereotypes which in the beginning of XX c.
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 Bulgaria.com - History of Bulgaria, Rivival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The Bulgarian society reacted sharply to the nationalistic ambitions of the patriarchal in Constantinople.
In 1870 a firman of the sultan decreed the establishment of an autonomous Bulgarian church institution - the Bulgarian exarchate.
In Bucharest in 1869, young revolutionaries moving in the circle of the eminent Bulgarian intellectual Liuben Karavelov and his newspaper Svoboda (Freedom) formed a group which was the precursor of a Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee I (BRCC), set up before the end of that year.
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 PFC LEVSKI - Sofia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The revolutionary theory which took form in Vassil Levski's mind towards the end of the 60s, turned out to be a leap forward for the Bulgarian liberation movement.
By the middle of 1872 he had scoured the Bulgarian lands with the dedication of an apostle, and succeeded in establishing a strong network of committees in hundreds of Bulgarian towns and villages which were in constant contact with and subordination to the clandestine government in the town of Lovech.
In May 1872, the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee and the Internal Revolutionary Organization, convinced that a coordination of the efforts would be for the general good, merged into one organization.
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 Bulgaria and the Eastern Question
Bulgarians in such centers were forcibly resettled as part of a policy to scatter the potentially troublesome educated classes.
Bulgarian hostility towards the Russian army, refusal to build a strategic railway for the Russians through Bulgaria, and poor relations between Prince Alexander and Tsar Alexander III of Russia all contributed to increasing alienation.
The Bulgarians, having had the greatest military success, demanded compensation on that basis; the Serbs and Greeks demanded adjustment of the 1912 treaty of alliance to ensure a balance of Balkan powers; and the Romanians demanded territorial reward for their neutral position in the first war.
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 PFC LEVSKI - Sofia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The revolutionary theory which took form in Vassil Levski's mind towards the end of the 60s, turned out to be a leap forward for the Bulgarian liberation movement.
By the middle of 1872 he had scoured the Bulgarian lands with the dedication of an apostle, and succeeded in establishing a strong network of committees in hundreds of Bulgarian towns and villages which were in constant contact with and subordination to the clandestine government in the town of Lovech.
In May 1872, the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee and the Internal Revolutionary Organization, convinced that a coordination of the efforts would be for the general good, merged into one organization.
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 Bulgaria - BULGARIAN INDEPENDENCE
Bulgarians also fought the Turks in Crete, with the Italian revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi, and in other nationalist uprisings against the Habsburgs in 1848-49.
In spite of Bulgarian sympathy for national liberation movements nearby, and although the ideals of those movements permeated the Balkans from 1804 on, the anarchy of the early 1800s confined expression of Bulgarian national feeling primarily to the cultural realm until the 1860s.
(Bulgarians still celebrate the signing of the Treaty of San Stefano rather than the Treaty of Berlin as their national independence day.) In late 1878, a provisional Bulgarian government and armed uprisings had already surfaced in the Kresna and Razlog regions of Macedonia.
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 St.St. Cyril and Methodius National Library
From the establishment of a centralized archives to this day BHA has the status of a chief archive depository of documents from the Bulgarian National Revival and the liberation struggles of the Bulgarians in Macedonia and the Odrin region until 1912.
Researchers have shown interest in documents reflecting the economic development of the Bulgarians during the National Revival Period: preserved are the numerous archives of the artisan's guilds, the books and the correspondence of the major merchants Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev, the Hadjigyurov family, the Tapchileshtov family, the Robev Brothers, the Puliev Brothers, the Geshov family.
The Bulgarian Historical Archives is the place where valuable documents in connection with Bulgarian Catholics banished in Transilvania and Banat region after the defeat of the Chiprovci uprising in 1688 are kept.
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 Central Northern Bulgaria :: Virtual - Bulgaria :: Knight International - The Bulgarian Property Specialists :: Find ...
During the 17th and the 18th centuries the Bulgarian population in the town grew in number and took the trade and crafts in their own hands and started to develop its cultural life as well.
In 1825 a Bulgarian secular school was opened there, in 1840 - the first Bulgarian girls’ school was opened by Anastassia Dimitrova and a year later a new boys’ school was opened.
There Bulgarians and Russians at the expense of incredible sacrifices and with unseen courage and selflessness stopped the 45-thousand army of Suleiman Pasha heading towards Pleven and did not allow them pass through the Balkan Mountain.
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The Bulgarians from the parts left under Turkish domination met in despair the unjust decisions of the Berlin Congress in 1878.
For the Macedonian revolutionaries Bulgaria was a base for detachment organizing and arm supplies, as well as the residence of the Organization abroad representatives.
The appearance of the political separatism in the Bulgarian national liberation movement ideology was not a specific phenomenon.
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 BMORK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
A member of the BMARC can be any Bulgarian regardless of sex, who has not disgraced himself by doing anything dishonest or immoral against society and promises to be useful with something to the revolutionary cause.
The territory and the number of the district committees is determined by the CC, those of the county committees by the district committees and those of the village committees by the county committees.
The boards of the district committees are appointed by the CBMARC, those of the county committees are chosen by the district and appointed by the CC, while the village committees are appointed by the county committee.
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According to him, revolutionary activity should be concentrated inside the country and should involve the entire nation without counting on support from foreign forces.
The last of the them is a draft of a letter to the Lovech revolutionary committee dated December 12, 1972.
The key pieces in the collection of documents are the 1871 draft statutes of the Bulgarian central revolutionary committee, Levski's uncompleted autobiography and personal diary and little known notes from the time he spent as a student in Stara Zagora, Prof.
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 Cherepish Monastery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Location: The Cherepish monastery, named “The Assumption of Virgin Mary”, is to be found 29km to the southeast of the town of Vratza, in the Iskar defile of the Balkan mountain – the latter widely known for its unique richness of natural forms and sights.
Between 1872 and 1876, the monastery is visited by the Vratza revolutionary committee, plotting against the Turks, and the central revolutionary committee.
In addition, the cloister was visited by the famous Bulgarian writer Ivan Vazov in 1889 and 1907, while in 1897 another renowned author, Aleko Konstantinov, dropped by here during his tour of the region.
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 The Apostle of  Freedom
At the head of this organization stood a Central Revolutionary Committee based in the town of Lovech.
In creating this network, Levsky displayed his exceptional qualities as a revolutionary because neither in the Bulgarian nor in the world revolutionary movement had anyone before him managed to put the struggle for national liberation on such broad organizational foundations.
Being tortured by the Turks they quickly betrayed the organization and many committees including the Central Committee in Lovech were uncovered.
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 Dryanovo Monastery
Gradually, the renovated Dryanovo monastery became a religious and cultural centre and one of the largest and well-kept cloisters in the region of Turnovo.
One of the main quarters of the Bulgarian Central Revolutionary Committee in Turnovo was located exactly in the monastery and famous rebel leaders such as Vassil Levski and Georgi Izmirliev were often to be found there.
Only a small number of the Bulgarian rebels survived the battle with the Turkish troops, while the monastery was again set on fire with the church being the only building that is left relatively intact.
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 Road Scholars - Features news
Hristo Botev was a famous Bulgarian poet and revolutionary during the time of the struggle for national independence from Ottoman rule.
He was born in the small town of Kalofer (central Bulgaria) on January 6, 1848, a teacher's son.
He was the leader of the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee, a secret organisation of Bulgarian emigrants in Romania who were plotting a national revolution.
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 II. The National Revival Period 3
The Bulgarian dialect is spoken from the mouth of the Danube to Salonica and the
The noblest and most influential persons in the town are the leaders of the Bulgarian population in the town; they are constantly working for the education and enlightenment of their compatriots, and they represent the people before the Turkish authorities.
In Nevrokop the Governor com­pelled the Bulgarians to appoint their representatives for the Synod of the Patriarchate, as we were told by the representative from this town who had come here this morning to complain to the officials.
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 News from Bulgaria / Feb 20, 96
Sofia, February 19 (BTA) - The first phototypesetting of documents left by revolutionary Vassil Levski will be published some time soon.
Sofia, February 19 (BTA) - The Bulgarian Consumers' Federation (BCF) together with the Greek Consumers' Federation and the Regional Consumers' Centre in Northern Gaul, France, started implementing a joint project on the protection of the Balkan countries consumers from dishonest merchants and producers, Pavel Kurlev, BCF Executive Secretary said at a news conference today.
[07] M.P. Dobrich, February 19 (BTA) - Todor Todorov MP of the Bulgarian Socialist Party died this morning after what is believed to have been a suicide attempt.
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