Bulgarian National Anthem

Bulgaria untold: Native national anthem unfolded

Mila Rodino "Dear Native land"

The Bulgarian national anthem was written by Tsvetan Radoslavov Hadzhidenko.In 1885, while in route to the battlefield during the Serbo-bulgarian war, Radoslavov composed the song Gorda Stara Planina, which was edited by the composer Dobri Hristov in 1905 and became a national anthem of Bulgaria in 1963 as Mila Rodino.

All About Bulgaria

there were three different bulgarian empires all within different time periods.
Bulgaria did not participate in the first year of world war one Germany and Austria realized they needed Bulgaria's help in order to defeat Serbia militarily thereby opening supply lines from Germany to Turkey.
Bulgaria National Anthem

Nation of Bulgaria

Bulgaria earned its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1878, but having fought on the losing side in both World Wars, it fell within the Soviet sphere of influence and became a People's Republic in 1946. Bulgaria has a population of 7.3 million and the official language is bulgarian. It is written in Cyrillic.

Reflection of the Bulgarian National Anthem

I think that the bulgarian national anthem does properly reflect its country. It talks about all the suffering that the people of Bulgaria have been through.It talks about all the glory and a lot of the things that are really important within that country. National anthems are supposed to represent the country,through the pain,the suffering and the glory and this anthem does that as it does in the star spangled banner.

Bulgaria Defined

Bulgaria can be considered a country that suffered and is still suffering today. Bulgaria has vandalized sculptures of the soviets. there was an attack on a bulgarian man who was on his way to a catholic church for worship. Bulgaria is also a beautiful country with large beaches and areas for tourism.