toward touring than recording into the 1970s. An example was his live performance at the festival ''The Golden Orpheus'' on June 1971 in socialistic Bulgaria. He followed this with some acting work and at last finally took time off in 1973, citing exhaustion. In 1974, he was named Chevalier (Knight) in the Légion d'honneur. The following year he scored his one and only entry on the UK Singles Chart with ''A Little Love And Understanding'' which reached number 10 in the Spring. Later in the century, he began writing with Pierre Grosz and then Neil Diamond, also penning the Broadway musical (musical theater) ''Roza (Roza (musical))'' with Julian More. * Crested Porcupine - Italy (from North Africa) * Coypu - pockets in France, Germany, Poland, Denmark, Italy, Bulgaria, Georgia (Georgia (country)), etc. (from South America) * Cottontail Rabbit (Eastern Cottontail) - Spain, France, Italy (from North America) Bulgarian computers In the 1980s, Bulgaria manufactured computers according to an agreement within the COMECON: *Mainframes: IZOT series and ES EVM series (abbreviation from Edinnaya Sistema Elektronno Vichislitelnih Machin, or Unified Computer System — created in 1969 by USSR, Bulgaria, Hungary, GDR, Poland and Czechoslovakia). - Flight 402 26 (El Al Flight 402) near Petrich, Bulgaria July 27, 1955 Lockheed L-149 Constellation (Lockheed Constellation) Shot down - '''Burgas Province''' (
, the English (Early Modern English) term "witch" was not exclusively negative in meaning, and could also indicate cunning folk. "There were a number of interchangeable terms for these practitioners, 'white', 'good', or 'unbinding' witches, blessers, wizards, sorcerers, however 'cunning-man' and 'wise-man' were the most frequent." Macfarlane 1970 p. 130; also Appendix 2. The contemporary Reginald Scott noted, "At this day it is indifferent to say
. Bulgarian PPS GDP per capita stood at 47 per cent of the EU average in 2013 according to Eurostat data,
: historicalmeetups.com post 1524567373 samuel-beckett-playwright-novelist-and-nobel Roussimoff was a good student, but he dropped out after the 8th grade since he did not think having a high school education was necessary for a farm laborer. He then worked on a farm, completed an apprenticeship in woodworking, and next worked in a factory that manufactured engines for hay balers. None of these brought him any satisfaction.
housemates to face the first eviction, which the others later voted to save one of the nominees, Ben Adams, leaving Lucy Pinder and eventual winner Ulrika Jonsson to face the first eviction. In the summer series of 2004 (Big Brother 2009 (UK)) the house at first was empty with only crates to sit on and none of the new arrivals were given housemate status, and had to earn it by doing tasks, some of which were minor sacrifices, the most notable were Noirin Kelly shaving off her hair
, the informal Slavine Architectural School introduced Gothic Revival elements into its vernacular ecclesiastical and residential Bulgarian National Revival architecture. These included geometric decorations based on the triangle on apses, domes and external narthexes, as well as sharp-pointed window and door arches. The largest project of the Slavine School is the Lopushna Monastery cathedral (1850–1853), though later churches like those in Zhivovtsi (1858), Mitrovtsi (1871
- profit has over 1000 fans on Facebook as of May 2011. Between 1992 and 2010 the most active Bulgarian gay organisation was BGO Gemini It was a national advocacy organisation, non-profit public entity based on membership principle, founded in 1992. The mission of the organization was to reach inclusive social environment for homosexual, bisexual and transgender people in Bulgaria in all types of legal, social, cultural and economical discrimination and victimisation. It executed several successful anti-discrimination campaigns in recent years including the first gay pride in Bulgaria in 2008. Turkey did not enter World War II on the side of the Allies (Allies of World War II) until February 1945. However, the Turkish Armed Forces went on full alert and were prepared for war following the military alliance between neighbouring Bulgaria and the Axis Powers (Axis Powers of World War II) which was formalized in March 1941, and the occupation of neighbouring Greece by the Axis Powers in April 1941. Within a year, Turkey's borders were surrounded by German forces in the northwest and west, and Italian forces in the southwest. The Turkish Air Force made daily reconnaissance flights over Bulgaria, Greece, the Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea, and the Dodecanese Islands which then belonged to Italy, to monitor the positions of the Axis forces. The large cities in western Turkey were darkened at nights, and anti-aircraft guns and searchlights were deployed for defence against possible enemy planes. Almost all available money in the Turkish Government Treasury was used to purchase new weapons from any available provider in the world. The Turkish Air Force received large numbers of new aircraft in this period, including Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I V IX XIX, Curtiss Falcon CW-22R B, Fairey Battle-I, Avro Anson-I, Hawker Hurricane I II, Morane-Saulnier M.S.406, Curtiss P-40 Tomahawk (Curtiss P-40 Warhawk), Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk, Westland Lysander-I, Consolidated B-24D Liberator B-24 (Consolidated B-24 Liberator), Bristol Blenheim IV V, Bristol Beaufort, Bristol Beaufighter Mk.I X, Focke Wulf FW-190-A3, Martin 187 Baltimore (Martin Baltimore), De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito Mk.III IV, Douglas B-26B C Invader (Douglas A-26 Invader), P-47D Thunderbolt and Douglas C-47A B Dakota (Douglas C-47 Skytrain).
powerful between 1900 and 1923. In practice, it was an agrarian movement (agrarianism). Unlike the socialist movements of the early 20th century, but was devoted to questions concerning agriculture and farm workers, rather than industry and factory workers. The BZNS, one of the first and most powerful of the peasant parties in Eastern Europe, dominated Bulgarian politics during the beginning of the 20th century. It is also the only peasant party in Europe that came to power. Member of the International Agrarian Bureau. An Agrarian Union was first organized in Bulgaria in 1899 — it was to be a professional organization open only to peasants, and was at first not meant to become a political party. The Union initially won widespread peasant support by mobilizing peasants throughout Bulgaria to peaceful demonstrations against the government’s unfair taxation policies. Throughout this process the Union remained politically unaligned. However, at its third congress, motivated by upcoming elections for the Bulgarian National Assembly, the Union leaders—not peasants themselves but a group of teachers—voted to become a political party. Thus, in 1901, the Agrarian Union became the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union — Bulgaria’s official peasant party. BZNS candidates subsequently ran for positions in local and national elections. Average densities occur in Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) 34%, Bulgaria 28%, Comptes rendus de l’Academie Bulgare des Sciences Tome 62, No3, 209, Y-chromosomal Haplogroups in Bulgarians, Sena Karachanak, Simona Fornarino, Viola Grugni, Ornella Semino, Draga Toncheva, Angel Galabov, Boris Atanasov (Submitted on December 22, 2008). Albania 25%, Y-STR variation in Albanian populations, Gianmarco Ferri & Sergio Tofanelli & Milena Alù & Luca Taglioli & Erjon Radheshi & Beatrice Corradini & Giorgio Paoli & Cristian Capelli & Giovanni Beduschi (2010) Hungary 11% 28%,
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player born in Pleven (Bulgarian: Плевен). Trifonov's music genres are pop-folk, pop-rock and punk (Punk rock), but he has experimented with other genres as a part of Ku-ku Band ( ). In 2006 Trifonov started a new reality show "Dance with me" and in 2008 he recorded the song "My Love" featured on the Bulgarian edition of Ruslana's international album Wild Energy (Wild Energy (album)). subdivision_type1
to opera.) He was also the brother-in-law of one of his famous colleagues at Covent Garden, the Bulgarian-born bass (Bass (vocal range)), Boris Christoff. At the end of 2005 Carlsen participated at the World Chess Cup 2005 in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. In the knock-out tournament, he upset the 44th-ranked Georgian (Georgia (country)) Zurab Azmaiparashvili in round one, winning 2–0 at rapid chess after a 1–1 tie in the normal length games, and proceeded to beat Tajikistan
'''Bulgaria''' , Bulgaria is Europe's 16th-largest country (List of European countries by area).
Organised prehistoric cultures began developing on Bulgarian lands during the Neolithic period. Its ancient history saw the presence of the Thracians and later the Greeks (Ancient Greece) and Romans (Roman Empire). The emergence of a unified Bulgarian state dates back to the establishment of the First Bulgarian Empire in 681 CE, which dominated most of the Balkans and functioned as a cultural hub for Slavs during the Middle Ages. With the downfall of the Second Bulgarian Empire in 1396, its territories came under Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) rule for nearly five centuries. The Russo-Turkish War (1877–78) led to the formation of the Third Bulgarian State. The following years saw several conflicts with its neighbours, which prompted Bulgaria to align with Germany in both world wars. In 1946 it became a single-party socialist state (People's Republic of Bulgaria) as part of the Soviet-led Eastern Bloc. In December 1989 (Revolutions of 1989) the ruling Communist Party (Bulgarian Communist Party) allowed multi-party (Multi-party system) elections, which subsequently led to Bulgaria's transition into a democracy and a market-based economy.
Bulgaria's population of 7.4 million people is predominantly urbanised and mainly concentrated in the administrative centres of its 28 provinces (Provinces of Bulgaria). Most commercial and cultural activities are centred on the capital and largest city, Sofia. The strongest sectors of the economy are heavy industry, power engineering, and agriculture, all of which rely on local natural resources.
The country's current political structure dates to the adoption of a democratic constitution in 1991. Bulgaria is a unitary (Unitary state) parliamentary republic with a high degree of political, administrative, and economic centralisation. It is a member of the European Union, NATO, and the Council of Europe; a founding state of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE); and has taken a seat at the UN Security Council (United Nations Security Council) three times.