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Bulgaria the heaven on earth

  1. 1. BulgariaThe Heaven On Earth
  2. 2. • Prehistoric cultures began living on Bulgarian lands starting in the History Neolithic period. Its ancient history has been marked by the presence of various civilizations. The emergence of a unified Bulgarian ethnicity Location and state date back to 681 AD, which is the year of the foundation of the First Bulgarian country. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Forward ->
  3. 3. • Subsequent political entities that emerged preserved the traditions History of the First Bulgarian Empire, at times covering most of the Balkans, becoming a cultural hub for Slavic peoples in the Middle Ages. Location Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End <- Forward ->
  4. 4. • With the downfall of the Second Bulgarian Country in 1396, its History territories became Ottoman rule for nearly five hundred years. The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878 resulted in the third Bulgarian Location state, recognized in 1908. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End <- Forward ->
  5. 5. • Bulgaria is a member of the European Union, NATO, the Council of History Europe, a founding state of the OSCE, and has taken a seat in the UN Security Council three times. Location Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End <-
  6. 6. • Bulgaria, officially the Republic of Bulgaria is a parliamentary History democracy within a unitary constitutional republic in Southeast Europe. The country borders Romania to the north, Serbia and Location Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, as well as the Black Sea to the east. With a territory of 110,994 square kilometers , it Environment ranks as the 15th-largest country in Europe. Population Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  7. 7. Bulgarian map, showing its neighbor countries. European map, showing the exact position of Bulgaria in the continent.<-
  8. 8.  History  Geography of Bulgaria  Climate Location  Water resources Environment  Wildlife Population Big cities Vocabulary End
  9. 9. • Bulgarias geographic coordinates are 43° N 25° E. Its total area is History 110,994 square kilometers, which ranks it as the 105th-largest country in the world. Location Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery -> Forward ->
  10. 10. A map of Bulgaria, showing the lands height diversity<-
  11. 11. • Bulgaria has several notable topographical features: the Danubian History Plain, which runs along both sides of the border with Romania; the Balkan Mountains; the Thracian Plain; and the Rhodope Mountains. Location The southern edge of the Danubian Plain slopes upward into the foothills of the Balkans, which are highest in the western part of the Environment country. The Thracian Plain is roughly triangular, beginning near Sofia in the west and broadening as it reaches the Black Sea coast. Population Big cities The Danubian Plain Vocabulary End The Thracian Plain <- Forward ->
  12. 12. • Hilly countryside and plains lie to the southeast, along the Black Sea History coast, and along Bulgarias main river, the Danube, to the north. Bulgarias highest point is Musala at 2,925 meters and its lowest point Location is the sea level at 0 meters. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End <- Gallery ->
  13. 13. The Musala peak the Belogradchik’s rocks<- ->
  14. 14. The Danube Perperikon<- ->
  15. 15. Cave “Devil’s throat”<-
  16. 16. •The climate is temperate, with cold winters and hot summers. History Considering its relatively small size, Bulgaria has substantial climatic variation because it is located at the meeting point of Mediterranean Location and continental air masses and because its mountains partition climatic zones. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Forward ->
  17. 17. Spring Summer History Location Environment Population Big cities Autumn Winter Vocabulary End <-
  18. 18. •The country has a dense network of about 540 rivers, most of History them—with the notable exception of the Danube—short and with low water levels. Most rivers flow through mountainous areas. The Location longest river located solely in Bulgarian territory, the Iskar, has a length of 368 kilometers. Other major rivers include the Struma and Environment the Maritsa in the south. Population Struma Big cities Iskar Maritsa Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  19. 19. Iskar Struma<- ->
  20. 20. Rila’s lakes Maritsa<-
  21. 21. •Three national parks, 11 nature parks and 17 biosphere reserves exist History on Bulgarias territory. Nearly 35 percent of its land area consists of forests, where some of the oldest trees in the world, such Location as Baikushevs Pine and the Granit oak, have grown. The flora of Bulgaria encompasses more than 9,400 species and the fauna consists Environment of 12,000 species. The fauna is represented prominently by the brown bear and the jackal, while the Eastern imperial eagle has a small, but Population growing population. Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  22. 22. brown bear the Eastern imperial eagle jackal<-
  23. 23. • Bulgarias population of 7.36 million people is predominantly urban History and is concentrated mainly in the administrative centers of its 28 provinces. The average life expectancy for women is 74, and for men - Location 67. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Forward ->
  24. 24. • There are many ethnic groups living in Bulgaria - History Turks, Gypsies, Armenians, Jews, Greeks, Wallachians, and Albanians. All minorities live in harmony with the Bulgarian population without Location any social or ethnic pressure. The Bulgarian people have various old pagan traditions, entangled in the Christian religion. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End <- Gallery ->
  25. 25. Traditional Bulgarian Kukeri carnival Traditional Bulgarian round dances<- Back
  26. 26.  History  Sofia  Plovdiv Location  Varna Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End
  27. 27. • Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria and the 12th largest History city in the European Union with a population of 1.27 million people. It is located in western Bulgaria, at the foot of Mount Vitosha and is Location ranked as a Beta- world city. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  28. 28. The National Theater The National Assembly Vitosha peak<- ->
  29. 29. The “St. Alexander Nevsky” Cathedral<- ->
  30. 30. National Palace of Culture The Parliment<-
  31. 31. • Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria with a population of History 338,153 inhabitants. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Plovdiv is the administrative center of Plovdiv Province in southern Bulgaria. Location The city is an important economic, transport, cultural and educational center. Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  32. 32. The Alesha Monument<- ->
  33. 33. The Old Town The Ancient Theater<-
  34. 34. • Varna is a city in northeastern Bulgaria, one of the 28 Bulgarian History provinces. It’s the Sea Capital of Bulgaria. Its population of 334 870 inhabitants makes it the third largest city in Bulgaria. Location Environment Population Big cities Vocabulary End Gallery ->
  35. 35. The Planetarium The Dolphinarium The Palace of Sport<-
  36. 36.  History  Hi – Здравей Location  Goodbye – Довиждане Environment  Thank you – Благодаря Population Big cities  What is your name? – Как се казваш? Vocabulary  My name is… - Моето име е ... End  How are you? – Как си?
  37. 37. Thank you for your attention! Created by: Kalina Georgieva - Xa Polina Angelova - Xa Antoniya Georgieva – Xc Tsvetomir Gechev - Xb Teodor Angelov Xa