What is Bulgaria Famous for

BG_Famous_BC The Cyrillic alphabet – Bulgaria became the first country to introduce the
Cyrillic alphabet to the European Union after the accession in 2007.
BG_Famous_VG  The oldest handcrafted gold – the Varna gold treasure (6–5 Millenia B.C.
BG_Famous_O  Orpheus was an ancient musician born in the Rhodope Mountain.
BG_Famous_BR Bulgarian rose-oil – Bulgaria produces half of the rose oil in the world.
The Bulgarian rose oil is a component of the world most famous perfumes.
BG_Famous_Y Joggurt – Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, the bacterium responsible for giving
Bulgarian yoghurt its unique flavour and consistency could exist only in
Bulgaria.
BG_Famous_N Nestinarstvo – the ancient ritual of barefooted dancing still existing in
several villages in Stranzha Mountain.
BG_Famous_BW Bulgarian Wines – Bulgarian wine has a long history. In fact, Bulgaria is
the oldest documented wine producing region in the world.
BG_Famous_BM Baba Marta – a holiday celebrated in Bulgaria on the first of March.
Martenitsa – usually in the form of a wrist band, woven by combining red
and white colored threads – are worn on that day and through March, until a
stork or a bloomed tree is seen, symbolizing warmer weather and well being.
BG_Famous-JA Computer – the inventor of the first electronic computer John Vincent
Atanassoff
is of Bulgarian origin.
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