Demographics of Bulgaria
The demography of the Republic of Bulgaria is monitored by the "Natsionalen Statisticheski Institut" (National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria).This article is about the demographic features of the ...
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Immigration to Bulgaria
The process of immigration of ethnic non-Bulgarians to Bulgaria can be considered after the country's liberation from Ottoman rule and the restoration of the Bulgarian state in 1878.Following the Berl...
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Bessarabian Bulgarians
The Bessarabian Bulgarians (Bulgarian: бесарабски българи, besarabski bǎlgari, Romanian: bulgari basarabeni) are a Bulgarian minority group of the historical region of Bessarabia, inhabiting p...
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Vietnamese people in Bulgaria
Vietnamese people (Bulgarian: виетнамци, vietnamtsi) form the small immigrant community of Overseas Vietnamese in Bulgaria today, but their numbers were much higher in the 1980s. As of 2005, the V...
Sarakatsani
The Sarakatsani (Greek: Σαρακατσάνοι) are an ethnic Greek population group, who were traditionally transhumant shepherds, native to Greek Macedonia and other parts of Northern Greece, with smaller...
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Chinese people in Bulgaria
Chinese people (Bulgarian: китайци, kitaytsi; see Cathay) in Bulgaria (simplified Chinese: 保加利亚; traditional Chinese: 保加利亞; pinyin: Bǎojiālìyà) form a small part of the Overseas Chines...
Demographic history of Macedonia
The region of Macedonia is known to have been inhabited since Paleolithic times.
However, the earliest historical inhabitants of the region were the Bryges, Paionians, Thracians and Illyrians. The...
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Chiprovtsi carpet
The Chipovtsi carpet (Чипровски килим) is a type of handmade carpet with two absolutely identical sides, part of Bulgarian national heritage, traditions, arts and crafts. Its name is derived from the ...
Banat Swabians
The Banat Swabians are an ethnic German population in Southeast Europe, part of the Danube Swabians. They emigrated in the 18th century to what was then the Austro-Hungarian Banat province, within th...
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Aromanians
Aromanians (Aromanian: Rrãmãnji, Armãnji) or Vlachs, are a Latin people native in the southern Balkans; traditionally living in northern and central Greece, southern Albania, the Republic of Macedonia...
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Banat Bulgarians
The Banat Bulgarians (Banat Bulgarian: palćene or banátsći balgare; common Bulgarian: банатски българи, banatski balgari) are a distinct Bulgarian minority group which settled in the 18th century ...
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Ethnic Macedonians in Bulgaria
Ethnic Macedonians in Bulgaria (Macedonian: Македонци во Бугарија, Makedonci vo Bugarija) are a group in Bulgaria concentrated within Blagoevgrad Province and the capital Sofia. In the 2011 Bulgar...
Gagauz people
The Gagauz people are a Turkic-speaking group living mostly in southern Moldova (Gagauzia), southwestern Ukraine (Budjak), southeastern Romania (Dobrogea), northeastern Bulgaria, Greece, Brazil, Unite...
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Bulgarians
The Bulgarians (Bulgarian: българи, [bɤ̞ɫɡɐri]) are a South Slavic nation and ethnic group who speak Bulgarian and are native to Bulgaria and neighbouring regions.Historically, Bulgarians have liv...
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Turks in Bulgaria
The Turks in Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Турци в България, Turkish: Bulgaristan'daki Türkler), are a minority group, mainly concentrated in the southern province of Kardzhali and northeastern provinc...
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Danube Swabians
The Danube Swabians ( Donauschwaben ) is a collective term for the German-speaking population who lived in various countries of southeastern Europe, especially in the Danube River valley. Mo...
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Demographics of Bulgaria
The demography of the Republic of Bulgaria is monitored by the "Natsionalen Statisticheski Institut" (National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria).This article is about the demographic features of the ...
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Serbs in Bulgaria
The Serbs are small community in Bulgaria, most of whom are emigrants. Many of them are athletes and businessmen that have expatriated to Bulgaria in the last two decades and subsequently received Bul...
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Russians in Bulgaria
Russians (Bulgarian: руснаци, rusnatsi) form the fourth largest ethnic group in Bulgaria, numbering 9,978 according to the 2011 census, and mostly living in the large urban centres, such as Sofia,...
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Crimean Tatars
Crimean Tatars (Crimean Tatar: Qırımtatarlar or Qırım, Qırımlı, Russian: Крымские татары, Ukrainian: Кримськi татари) are a Turkic ethnic group that formed in the Crimean Peninsula in the...
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Armenians in Bulgaria
Armenians (Bulgarian: арменци, armentsi) are the fourth largest minority in Bulgaria, numbering 6,552 according to the 2011 census, down from 10,832 in 2001, while Armenian organizations estimate ...
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Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum
The Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum (Bulgarian: Регионален етнографски музей — Пловдив, Regionalen etnografski muzey — Plovdiv) is a museum of ethnography in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Sinc...
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Czechs and Slovaks in Bulgaria
Czechs (Bulgarian: чехи, chehi) and Slovaks (Bulgarian: словаци, slovatsi) are a minority ethnic group in Bulgaria (Czech and Slovak: Bulharsko). According to the 2001 census, Czechs numbe...
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Dobrujan Germans
The Dobrujan Germans (Germ.: Dobrudschadeutsche) were an ethnic German group, within the larger category of Black Sea Germans, for over one hundred years. German-speaking colonists entered the appr...
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Arabs in Bulgaria
Arabs in Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Араби в България, Arabic: العرب في بلغاريا‎) are the people from Arab countries, particularly Lebanon, Syria, the Palestinian Territories, Iraq, and Jordan ...
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