What is the climate in Bulgaria?
Bulgaria features notable diversity, with the landscape ranging from the Alpine snow-capped peaks in Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains to the mild and sunny Black Sea coast; from the typically continentalDanubian Plain (ancient Moesia) in the north to the strong Mediterranean climatic influence in the valleys of Macedonia and in the lowlands in the southernmost parts ofThrace.
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Bulgaria is in SE Europe next to Greece, Serbia, Turkey, Romania and Macedonia. It is west of the Black Sea. at the bottom of Europe
The capital of Bulgaria is Sofia (Sofija, Sophia,Sophija, Ð¡Ð¾ÑÐ¸Ñ). Use the link below to check facts and learn more. The capital city of Bulgaria is Sofia. The total population isaround 1.28 million people and is the largest city in Bulgaria.It's located at Mount Vitosha. Regina Sofia Sofia
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As of January 2010, the official population count of Bulgaria is7,528,100. addition: to be more accurate the population in Bulgaria as per the latestdata published by the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria,Sofia (the Official state organisation): 7 563 710 total 3 659 311 male 3 904 399 female Population count on 31.12.2009 by NSI, Bulgaria The population is about 8 million. in 2017, 7.5 million
Rumen Georgiev Radev is the President of Bulgaria. He succeededRosen Plevneliev on 2017 January 22 becoming the 6th President ofBulgaria. Radev's Vice President is Iliana Iotova.
A few of Bulgaria's most important exports are food and beverages such as wine, cheese, and yogurt. These exports reached to Middle East countries and to Japan.
only one climate zone. but motivated by economical factors there are 2 time zones (day light saving) for Winter and Summer in action till today!
Yes, there are. 3 major ones, in Sofia (the capital), in Varna (the so called sea side capital) and in Burgas (which is also on the black sea coast). Numerous other small/military airfields scattered around the country.
Bulgaria's Climate Bulgaria is country in the moderate temperature zone. Like all other European countries it has typical 4 seasons (and they are visible and felt as well). They are SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN and WINTER. In the Summer the average temp is between 25-30 deg (for month July), but it can reach occasionally upto 35 deg C, Winter during Jan is colder. Temp. average is from 0 to 8 deg C. But there are records the temp. may fall upto 20 deg C.
Bulgaria is 110,910km 2 360km 2 of which is water and 110,910km 2 is land
Bulgaria known today is created between 600 and 681 year B.C. Before this Bulgaria there was more 12 Bulgarias with this name trough the centruries wich existed in the same time.
Served by whom and for what? If it is in Class One restaurent of a 5+ star category hotel, the waiter/waitress would even greet you by "Dobre Doshli" Welcome, Wilkomen...in 6 different International languages!
Europe Its in Europe. Europe Bulgaria is located on the European continent. It's in the south east Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. Europe
Yes, Bulgaria is on the continent of Europe and joined the EU on 1st January 2007.
Bulgaria is a former communist country . It's one of the poorest in Europe . The Crime rate in Bulgaria is growing . It has well developed sea resorts . It has the largest number of road accidents in Europe
There is no queen of Bulgaria. Bulgaria is now a republic and it has a President not a monarch. Bulgaria has had different forms of government, but it has not been a monarchy since the early part of the 20th century.
There are a lot of sports. The most popular is football. There are also volleyball wrestling basketball athletics and many more
Garden of eastern Europe NB! Bulgaria geographically is in Southern Europe. Political term 'east European bloc' is a PAST TENSE since fall of Communism
Like in most of the Northern Hemisphere, the winter in Bulgaria takes place from November-December, up to January-February.
"ÐÐ´ÑÐ°ÑÑÐ¸" [zdrA-sti], which is considered impolite to say to someone you don't know. Alternatively, you can use the more polite way, which equals "Hello" in English : "ÐÐ´ÑÐ°Ð²ÐµÐ¹" [zdra-vEi] - singular, unofficial way, usually to someone you know personally or "ÐÐ´ÑÐ°Ð²ÐµÐ¹ÑÐµ" [zdra-vEi-te] - singular, official way to someone you don't know personally, or want to show respect towards; the same form is used for plural - if you're saying "Hello" to more than one person at once.
Bulgaria is Eurpean Nation country and its a full member of the EU. So people here in Bulgaria do the same activities, they do in rest of the Europe. Still people from people differs, cultures dffers too. Here are some points of interest. a. Bulgarians speak in Bulgarski, and write in Cyrillic b. Common hard drink is called Rakia, very popular. c. Bulgarians are orthodox christians
Actually, I was born in Bulgaria. For Christmas, my family would make an odd number of foods, and then we would sit and eat. Also, when there is a special holiday, we would dance our national dance, the Horo, (ho-rrrrro), the r a hard sound. then, there is Lazarus. In Lazarus, it is a girl's thing, so all girls would dress up in Bulgaria's traditional dresses, the Newse, with a hard e at the end. Afterwards, all the girls would basically get to go trick-or- treating, except they have to sing a song, and they get eggs instead of candies. Bulgaria does not celebrate Halloween, neither Valentines Day.
Bulgaria gets its name from the Bulgar people, who migrated from Central Asia to Eastern Europe in the 7th century. They established Old Great Bulgaria (roughly where Ukraine is today) and later, some of them settled on the Balkans and mixed with the local Slavic and Thracian populations. They fought with and gained independence from the Byzantine Empire, to form the First Bulgarian Kingdom in 681 (the official "birth" of what is today Bulgaria).
In Bulgaria you can climb the mountains, play in the snow in the winter,Sun bathe on the beach in the summer,enjoy the wonderful culture and food, swim in one of the refreshing rivers or just enjoy your time with the locals
Han Asparukh, warrior was searching for some new land to rule andeventually settle. It was 681 AD. He started his journey, crossedDaniube and reached to the Black sea. He had no means how to crossthe sea. Moreover his soldiers were tired after a long journey.Hospitality of the local slavs was another factor to decide tosettle. Slavs were good in agriculture. They produced enough grainsand wine. So, the great Asparukh settled. Asparukhnamed his conqured territory as Bulgaria.
staple food is bread (loaf). milk products (cheese), meat and meat products (sausages), bean type pulses, vegetables are common
The answer could be yes, but to reply in full, the questioner must write of the 'aspect of outsourcing'.
Bulgaria is small but a nice country with moderately cool weather, good people. Goods are cheap here.
Pls. formulate well your question, ask concrete matter, and do write good and understanable English pls. If someone tries to guess, may be you are asking What produces Bulgaria or Which products (GOODS) are exported by Bulgaria. Please be specific. We want to help you.
Follow the river Danube to Belgrade, then turn to the river Sava, which will lead you to Slovenia.
With a territory of 110,994 square kilometers (42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria ranks as the 16th-largest country in Europe. Several mountainous areas define the landscape, most notably the Stara Planina (Balkan) and Rodopi mountain ranges, as well as the Rila range, which includes the highest peak in the Balkan region, Musala. In contrast, the Danubian plain in the north and the Upper Thracian Plain in the south represent Bulgaria's lowest and most fertile regions. The 378-kilometer (235 mi) Black Sea coastline covers the entire eastern bound of the country. Geographically and in terms of climate, Bulgaria features notable diversity, with the landscape ranging from the Alpine snow-capped peaks in Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains to the mild and sunny Black Sea coast; from the typically continental Danubian Plain (ancient Moesia) in the north to the strong Mediterranean climatic influence in the valleys of Macedonia and in the lowlands in the southernmost parts of Thrace. Bulgaria comprises portions of the separate regions known in classical times as Moesia, Thrace, and Macedonia. About 30% of the land is made up of plains, while plateaus and hills account for 41%. The mountainous southwest of the country has two alpine ranges-Rila and Pirin-and further east stand the lower but more extensive Rhodope Mountains. The Rila range includes the highest peak of the Balkan Peninsula, Musala, at 2,925 meters (9,596 ft); the Balkan mountain chain runs west-east through the middle of the country, north of the Rose Valley. Hilly countryside and plains lie to the southeast, along the Black Sea coast, and along Bulgaria's main river, the Danube, to the north. Strandzha forms the tallest mountain in the southeast. Few mountains and hills exist in the northeast region of Dobrudzha.
No. Even though the languages look the same, they are not the same country. Actually, The Russians adapted the Bulgarian language and altered it a bit. Russia is mostly in Asia, but has a small portion in Europe.
The spiny dogfish shark is an ocean species that is also found in the Black Sea, along the coast of Bulgaria.
Yes it is! Bulgaria are very good at volley. Bulgarian team CSKA was at semi final in CEV cup this year and the national team is 3th at the last European championship.
Yes, Bulgaria has a president, whom is head of state. Bulgaria also has a prime minister who is considered the leader of the country.
As in any other civilized country, you apply for it. Bigger companies have HR departments, smaller have at least one HR professional, to whom you refer your application. Documents usually required in such application are a CV (the official EU format is preferred, although not always required), and sometimes a motivational letter (slightly different than a cover letter). Jobs in Bulgaria are mainly advertised on the Internet on websites such as jobs.bg or jobtiger.bg, and in newspapers, including a few daily papers that feature ads only.
North Border is mainly by River Danube (with Romania), On the West with Serbia and Macedonia, On the South with Greece, and South-East with Turkey and The Full Eastern side is sea belt of Black Sea
Go to this web site, it has all of the hotels in Bulgaria. http://www.hoteli.bg/en/index_en.php. Hotel Mirage in Burgas (by the sea ) is really cool .
In a four membered family living in the urban area having in total 2000 leva (1000 euro), that may be sufficient as a intectual middle class. It means : Family of four: husband and wife both working .
Yes, the highest top on the Balkans is situated in Bulgaria in Rila mountain and is called Musala - 2925m
Hitler did not "get" Bulgaria. In fact, Bulgaria was one of the Axis powers during WWII, thus allied with Germany.
Climate in Bulgaria is moderate, although summers can get hot, especially in the south/western part of the country.
Bulgaria is situated in the South-eastern end of Europe, bordering the Black sea to the East, Turkey and Greece to the South, FYROM and Serbia to the West and Romania to the North.
to go to mountains or go to the sea resorts. For short while goingto cinema, concert or opera
Most of the Northern border of Bulgaria is defined by the Danube. A few other big rivers run trough the country, although none of them floatable - Maritsa, Struma, Iskar, to name a few.
President Rumen RADEVis head of state and Prime Minister BoykoBORISSOV is the head of government.
In geographical sense (from Europe main), its in the South. At the time of Communism, some countries were called as...So called East'. Even Central European countries like Czech Republic, Slovakia were called Eastern Block
In brief. Han Asparukh built the country Bulgaria in 681 AD. ThenHans ruled, later it became Monarchy. In 1944 the communist came topower, made Bulgaria a People's Republic. They were in power till1989. In 1992 constitution was changed, democratic reforms made andBulgaria became a Republic
Bulgaria is a nation, capital Sofia. Population 7.364 million people. The first Bulgarian Empire was created on 881
all kinds of jobs, like other EU countries. Highly payable is IT,European law, Corporate management