Bulgaria recently announced they will forgo adopting the single Euro currency.
And, later, when I went on a book tour in Bulgaria, the Bulgarians had discovered this fact about me.
In Bulgaria, a bus bomb killed seven young Israelis and injured at least 20 more.
Instead of being returned to her biological or her adopted parents, Maria will now be placed in foster care in Bulgaria.
But DNA tests eventually confirmed her biological parents as another Roma couple living in Nikalaevo, Bulgaria.
Until we became powerful by beating Turkey and Bulgaria, which attacked us as the result of an Austrian trick, it mattered less.
Ferdinand, King of Bulgaria, however, is a German by birth and training.
Trade, particularly with Italy, increased greatly because of Bulgaria's free access to the sea.
Bulgaria had, at about the same time, accepted a loan from Germany.
Bulgaria, long forgotten, emerged from obscurity and came to the front as a competitor of the Greeks.
Medieval Latin, from Bulgari "Bulgarians," perhaps literally "the men from the Bolg," the River Volga, upon whose banks they lived until 6c. But the people's name for themselves in Old Bulgarian was Blugarinu, according to OED, which suggests a different origin. In other sources [e.g. Room], the name is said to be ultimately from Turkic bulga "mixed," in reference to the nature of this people of Turko-Finnish extraction but Slavic language.
Republic in southeastern Europe in the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Romania to the north, the Black Sea to the east, Turkey to the southeast, Greece to the south, and Macedonia and Yugoslavia to the west. Its capital and largest city is Sofia.
Note: Former Eastern Bloc country. Soviet troops entered Bulgaria in 1944, and a communist government was established soon thereafter. Bulgaria's communist rulers followed the Soviet lead for almost fifty years, until the collapse of the Soviet Union. In January 1991, a multiparty government began to institute democratic and economic reforms.