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Bulgaria (Bulg. Republika Bălgariya)locked

  • Stoyan Petrov,
  • Magdalena Manolova,
  • Milena Bozhikova
  •  and Donna A. Buchanan

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Country in south-eastern Europe. Bulgaria is a country of 110,994 sq. km with a population of approximately 7.25 million people, about 70% of whom live in urban centres. The national language is Bulgarian, a south-Slavic language. Orthodox Christianity is the official religion. Minority groups include Pomaks (Slavic Bulgarian Muslims), ethnic Turks, Macedonians, Christian and Muslim Roma, Jews, Albanians, Vlachs, and Armenians....

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