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  • 1. What we have learned about Bulgaria Manteigas - Portugal
  • 2. The Bulgarian climate is temperate, with cold winters andThe Bulgarian climate is temperate, with cold winters and humid Mediterranean summers, that is warm and dry.humid Mediterranean summers, that is warm and dry.
  • 3. Bulgaria officially the Republic of Bulgaria, is a country located in Southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south and the Black Sea to the east. The population of 7.36 million people is predominantly urban and mainly concentrated in the administrative centers of its 28 provinces. Most commercial and cultural activities are concentrated in the capital Sofia. The strongest sectors of the economy are heavy industry, power engineering and agriculture, all relying on local natural resources. The current political structure dates to the adoption of a democratic constitution in 1991.
  • 4. The first Bulgarian state was formed at the end of the VII Century. During the following centuries, a war was led against the Byzantine Empire to ensure their existence. But Bulgaria did not resist the Ottoman Empire’s invasion, which occurred at the end of the XIV Century.
  • 5. 24th May 1915, Bulgaria took24th May 1915, Bulgaria took part in the 1st World War.part in the 1st World War. At the end of the II World War,At the end of the II World War, Bulgaria was controlled and led by USSRBulgaria was controlled and led by USSR till 1990 .till 1990 . Bulgaria entered the NATO from 2004Bulgaria entered the NATO from 2004 and entered the European Union in 2007,and entered the European Union in 2007, January the 1st.January the 1st.
  • 6. 1 lev = 0,51€ 20 lebas=10,22€ Bulgaria's stamps
  • 7. Bread Mussaka Rakia can basically be made from any fruit: grapes, plums, pears or cherries, or basically whatever is left of the summer fruit crop. (According to Maria, Rakia has the secret power to shake the bed). ;) Shopska Salada. The traditional Bulgarian cuisine is a mixture of influences from East and West.
  • 8. Traditional costumesTraditional costumes
  • 9. Traditional folk clothesTraditional folk clothes Traditional drum instrumentTraditional drum instrument
  • 10. Sofia is the largest city and capital of Bulgaria with a population of approximately one million inhabitants. It has been founded seven thousand years ago and is the second oldest city in Europe. Alexander Nevsky’s CathedralSofia, main city of BulgariaSofia, main city of Bulgaria
  • 11. Bulgarian Parliament The oldest theater in Bulgaria. Thermal Bath Rila Abbey
  • 12. Мариa (Maria)
  • 13. Cathedral of the Assumption / Varna "Hristo Botev" Primary school Our new friends’ region
  • 14. Made by: Alexandre Miguel Martins Lopes; Coordinated by teacher Maria Costa; Translated by teacher Elizabeth Proença(Bety) MANTEIGAS MARCH 2014 MANTEIGAS MARCH 2014 WAITING for YOUR VISIT