Monday, December 17, 2018


Everything there is to know about Bulgarian history.

Relieving the Distress in Bulgaria

One of the most wise and energetic distributors of the fund so liberally subscribed for the relief of the Bulgarians by the people of England is Mr. Long.
bulgarian archaeology 2017

Bulgarian Archaeology 2017 Exhibition: Items from Early Prehistory to the Middle Ages

Sofia, Bulgaria -- Bulgarian Archaeology 2017 showcases the most important recent archaeological finds from around the country. This year's edition, the 11th year running...

The Balkan Wars

In The Balkan Wars: Conquest, Revolution and Retribution from the Ottoman Era to the Twentieth Century and Beyond, André Gerolymatos attempts to draw out the historical attitudes, positions and loyalties that have come to define the region and its people.

The Bulgarian Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of the Republic of Bulgaria shall be state symbol expressing the independence and the sovereignty of the Bulgarian people and state.


On entering the town of Nisch from the Constantinople road, a ghastly sight presents itself in the form of a square tower

Krakra Fortress

Krakra Fortress, also known as Pernik Fortress, is a large and ancient defensive installation high on a bluff in the southwest outskirts of Pernik.

The Oresharski Cabinet

On Wednesday, 29 May, the Bulgarian Parliament elected a “government of experts” proposed by the Bulgarian Socialist Party, with Plamen Oresharski as Prime Minister.

Images from The Graphic, issue dated February 17, 1877

A collection of engraved illustrations about the Eastern Question appearing in this issue of The Graphic.

Commonwealth War Cemeteries in Bulgaria

There are two British Commonwealth war cemeteries in Bulgaria, located in Sofia within the Sofia Central Cemetery, and at the Plovdiv Central Cemetery.

Alexander Stamboliiski

R.J. Crampton offers an adept short treatment describing Alexander Stamboliiski and the impact of Agrarianism in Bulgaria during the 20th century.