Synonyms for balgarski or Related words with balgarski

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Examples of "balgarski"
Balgarski izvor is a village in Teteven Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.
Bulgarian dialects (, "balgarski dialekti", also български говори, "balgarski govori" or български наречия, "balgarski narechiya") are the regional spoken varieties of the Bulgarian language, a South Slavic language. Bulgarian dialectology dates to the 1830s and the pioneering work of Neofit Rilski, "Bolgarska gramatika" (published 1835 in Kragujevac, Serbia, then Ottoman Empire). Other notable researchers in this field include Marin Drinov, Konstantin Josef Jireček, Lyubomir Miletich, Aleksandar Teodorov-Balan, Stoyko Stoykov.
Bulgarian Hound (, "Balgarski Barak"), also known as Bulgarian Barak is a Bulgarian hunting breed of dog with coarse coat.
Sucreries Raffineries Bulgares (French for "Bulgarian sugar refineries"; , "Balgarski zaharni fabriki i rafinerii") was a Belgian company active in Bulgaria from 1897 to 1916.
The Western (Bulgarian) Outlands (, transliterated: "Zapadni (Balgarski) pokraynini") is a term used by Bulgarians to describe several territorially separate regions located in southeastern Serbia.
The Conservative Party () was a Bulgarian party which existed between 1879 and 1884. It was linked with the newspapers Vitosha, Balgarski Glas and Otechestvo.
The Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (, "Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati", PBSD) is a social-democratic political party in Bulgaria. It is a member of the Socialist International and the Party of European Socialists.
The Agrarian People's Union (, "Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz", ZNS), until 2006 known as the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union – People's Union (Balgarski Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz – Naroden Sajuz, BZNS-NS), is a conservative agrarian party in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian Women's Union (Bulgarian: "Български женски съюз," 'Balgarski Zhenski Sayuz' \'b&l-gar-ski 'zhen-ski s&-'yuz\), was a women's rights organisation active in Bulgaria from 1901 to 1944.
He was also an editor in a film studio and in the "Balgarski pisatel" publishing house. He served as a deputy in the Grand National Assembly. Since 2003, he was an academician of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Politically, he was a leftist and a socialist since his schooling in the Third Bulgarian Kingdom, through the Communist period, and until his death.
The Bulgarian Posts (Български пощи, "Balgarski poshti") are the national postal service of Bulgaria. The company was founded after the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule, as the Russians handed all the post and telegraph offices to the newly restored Bulgarian state on 14 May 1879. Bulgaria was accepted into the Universal Postal Union on 1 July 1879.
It was founded in 1993 by members of the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union. Until 2005 it was known as the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Balgarski Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz "Alexander Stambolijski", BZNS-AS). Since 2001 it is part of the Coalition for Bulgaria, an alliance led by the Bulgarian Socialist Party.
BIAF () stands for Bulgarian International Air Festival; ("Български Международен Авиационен Фестивал / Balgarski Meschdunaroden Awiazionen Festiwal / Bulgarisches Internationales Luftfahrt Festival"). It is an international airshow held on Krumovo Airbase, the military part of Plovdiv International Airport. It has been held every 2 years since 2007. The latest event was the 20th, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29 September and the 2nd, 4th, 5th & 6 October 2013.
Todorova, Maria, Rositsa Dekova. Balgarski POS anotiran korpus – osobenosti na gramatichnata anotaciya. (Bulgarian POS annoted corpus – specifics of the grammatical annotation) в: Езикови ресурси и технологии за български език. Състав. и научн. ред. Св. Коева, Д. Благоева, Т. Тинчев. София: Академично издателство „Марин Дринов“, 2014.
The Bulgarian People's Union ("Balgarski Naroden Sajuz") was an electoral alliance (center-right) in Bulgaria. It contested only one legislative election: that on 25 June 2005. It won 5.7% of the popular vote and 13 out of 240 seats. The Union was composed by the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union-People's Union ("Bǎlgarski Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz-Naroden Sajuz"), the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Bulgarian National Movement ("Vatrešna Makedonska Revolucionna Organizacija-Bǎlgarsko Nacionalno Dviženie") and the Union of Free Democrats ("Sajuz na svobodnite demokrati").
The Bulgarian State Railways (, "Balgarski darzhavni zheleznitsi", abbreviated as БДЖ, BDZ or BDŽ) are Bulgaria's state railway company and the largest railway carrier in the country, established as an entity in 1885. The company's headquarters are located in the capital Sofia. Since the 1990s the BDŽ has met serious competition from automotive transport. For the period 1994 to 2010 there is significant drop in the market share in the passenger and freight services and the lack of competent management worsens the situation.
The Bulgarian Orthodox church of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Ferencváros, Budapest was constructed in 1932. A Bulgarian newspaper, "Balgarski vesti", and a Bulgarian magazine, "Hemus", are published by the Bulgarian community, as well as various books. There exist a number of folk dance groups, a theatre, several orchestras, a Bulgarian school for the native language and a Bulgarian-Hungarian secondary school for languages named after Hristo Botev.
The Bulgarian Olympic Committee (, "Balgarski olimpiyski komitet"; abbreviated as БОК, BOC) is a non-profit organization serving as the National Olympic Committee of Bulgaria and a part of the International Olympic Committee. It was formed on 30 March 1923 (with Bulgaria participating in the Olympic Games since the first modern Olympiad in 1896) and disbanded between September 1944 and 1952, since when it has continuously represented the country in the Olympic movement.
During the course of 1926 the Airplane School was moved to the geographical center of the country. The town of Kazanlak was well suited, for it stayed away from the Allied Control Commission. The Czechoslovak "AERO-Praha" company also built an aircraft factory near that city, but its models were not up to the requirements of the Bulgarian authorities. After an unsuccessful switch to automotive production, the plant was finally sold to the Italian Caproni company. The factory became popular as "Balgarski Kaproni" or "Bulgarian Caproni". The first examples of the very successful DAR-1 were produced and entered service with the Aeroflight Directorate during 1926.
Both in his original and imitative works Slaveykov further developed the Bulgarian language. He wrote patriotic songs and poems, love and landscape lyric poetry under the influence of Russian poets Aleksandr Pushkin, Afanasy Fet and Nikolay Karamzin. Parts of his historical patriotic poems likely influenced by Paisius' "Istoriya Slavyanobolgarskaya" have been preserved: "Krumiada", "Kralev Marko", "Samuilka", "Gergana". He issued two collections of folk songs, in 1860 and 1868, and restored the collected proverbs, numbering 17,000. Besides being a poet, writer and journalist, Slaveykov also left his mark on the Bulgarian literature as a translator, philologist, folklorist, the originator of Bulgarian children's literature and author of textbooks. He also worked in the spheres of geography, history and biography. He printed "Balgarski pritchi, poslovitsi i harakterni dumi", researched the Bulgarian customs, ritual system, demonology and psychology, and wrote under many pseudonyms.