by Duy Tran
The culture and peoples of Bulgaria.
Most Bulgarians are Christians, the Orthodox Church (Eastern) claims about 60% of the Bulgarian population.
Some Bulgarian holidays includes New Years (1 Jan.), Baba Marta Day (Also known as Grandma's March Day)(1 Mar.), National Day of Freedom and Independence (3 Mar.), Easter, the Day of Bulgarian Culture and Science (24 May), and Christmas Day (25 Dec.). And on Name Days (immen den).
Population: 7,364,570 (From the 2011 census)
Food: Bulgarian food is similar to food from Greece and Turkey, some of which includes Shopska salad, Tarator and Gyuvech.
The goverment of Bulgaria
President: Rosen Plevneliev
Prime Minister: Boyko Borisov
Bulgaria bids farewell to 'Democracy Hero' Zhelev.
Sunday, Feb. 1st, 11:45am
Some landmarks of Bulgaria
The National Museum of Military History
The National Military History Museum, is a museum dedicated to military history in Sofia, Bulgaria. A structure of the Ministry of Defence, it has existed under various names and subordinate to various institutions since 1 August 1914. It disposes of 5,000 square meters of indoor and 40,000 square meters outdoor exhibition area, a library and a computer centre.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Serves as the cathedral church of the Patriarch of Bulgaria and is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world, as well as one of Sofia's symbols and primary tourist attractions. The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia occupies an area of 3,170 square metres (34,100 sq ft) and can hold 10,000 people inside. It is the second-largest cathedral located on the Balkan Peninsula