What are Bulgarians proud?
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What are Bulgarians proud?
Bulgaria is worldwide famous for its folklore and opera singers and musicians and it is especially proud of its rich folklore traditions. Folk music and dances, national costumes and traditional rituals have an important place in the life of the Bulgarians.
What’s Bulgaria famous for?
What is Bulgaria Famous for?
- #1 Black Sea beaches.
- #2 Ski Resorts.
- #3 Plovdiv – one of the oldest cities in the World.
- #4 Home of the Thracians.
- #5 Rose oil.
- #6 Hot springs.
- #7 Bulgarian Yogurt.
- #8 Cyrillic Script.
What are traditions in Bulgaria?
The Bulgarian Orthodox Easter traditions vary from the common Easter traditions: they involve egg colouring, egg breaking and Easter breads. Tradition directs that the eggs are coloured on the Holy Thursday before Easter Sunday, and the first coloured egg is always red, symbolising Jesus’s rise from the dead.
What makes Bulgaria unique?
Bulgaria is the oldest country in Europe that hasn’t changed its name since it was first established. Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, was founded 7000 years ago. This makes it the second oldest city in Europe. The gold treasure discovered in the Varna Necropolis is the oldest one in the world.
What do Bulgarians celebrate today?
Bulgaria Public Holidays
- New Year’s Day. 01 January 2021.
- National Day (Day of Liberation) 03 March 2021.
- Orthodox Easter. 30 April 2021 to 02 March 2021.
- Orthodox Easter. 01 May 2021 to 03 May 2021.
- Labour Day.
- St George’s Day (Day of Bulgarian Army)
- St Cyril and Methodius Day (Day of Culture and Literacy)
- Unification Day.
What are some useful phrases to learn in Bulgaria?
Here’s a list of 12 useful phrases to learn before you visit Bulgaria. Dobar den! (Добър ден!/Doh-bur dehn!) Meaning: “Hello!” in the local language is always a great start no matter where in the world you are. Blagodarya! (Благодаря!/Blah-goh-da-rya!) Meaning: “Thank you!” in Bulgarian requires quite an effort to pronounce
What is it like to live in Bulgaria?
Bulgarians are warm and friendly to foreigners but sometimes they find it hard to express their amiability in English. Furthermore, most of the middle-aged and older people speak better Russian than English, so if you learn a few words in Bulgarian, you’ll break the ice and bring a smile to their face.
How do you say thank you in Bulgarian?
Another, more casual word for “thank you” is the French “Merci”, which is very widely used and it’s easier to remember. You can use both. Dovijdane! (Довиждане!/Doh-veezh-dah-nay!) Meaning: “Goodbye” is another long and tongue-twisting word and again you have an easier option. Bulgarians use the Italian “Ciao” as a more informal equivalent.
How to order at the bar in Bulgaria?
You already know molya, all you have to do is learn the numbers in Bulgarian and you’re ready to order at the bar! All the alcohol names are the same or very similar to English, so you’ll find it easy to compile a sentence. If you don’t have time to learn the numbers, use your fingers, it’s a universal language.