Bulgarian contribution to the world cultural heritage
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Published by Technika State Publishing House in Sofia .
Written in English



  • Bulgaria,
  • Bulgaria.


  • Monuments -- Bulgaria.,
  • Bulgaria -- Antiquities.,
  • Bulgaria -- Civilization.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Magdalina Stancheva ; [contributions by] Dafina Vasileva ... [et al.].
ContributionsStancheva, Magdalina., Vasileva, Dafina.
LC ClassificationsDR56.5 .B85 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination334 p. :
Number of Pages334
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1593627M
LC Control Number91125004

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  The unique part of the Bulgarian historical heritage is above all Thracian. The next miracle that is related to civilization in the Bulgarian lands is the Varna Gold Necropolis. Archeology proves that this is the oldest processed gold in the world. The unique part of the Bulgarian historical heritage is above all Thracian. The next miracle that is related to civilization in the Bulgarian lands. With the Bulgarian Empire welcoming the disciples of Cyril and Methodius after they were expelled from Great Moravia, the country became a centre of rich literary activity during what is known as the Golden Age of medieval Bulgarian the late 9th, the 10th and early 11th century literature in Bulgaria prospered, with many books being translated from Byzantine Greek, but also new.   1) Step by Step: Bulgarian Language and Culture for Foreigners. Why’s this book good? It’s a gentle introduction to Bulgarian for TOTAL beginners. Think of this book as a “first step.” Through 12 chapters, (98 pages) you’re guided through the culture, vocabulary, important grammar rules and teaches you “Survival” phrases. Cultural heritage attractions are, by nature, unique and fragile. Therefore, it is fundamental that tourism authorities study how best to develop these cultural heritage sites while protecting and preserving them for the long-term. If not, irreparable and irreversible damage can be done to the very heart of Asia's cultural .