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All About Bulgaria; What is the Meaning of the Bulgarian Flag, What is the Capital of Bulgaria? What is the Time Difference, What is the Currency?

All About Bulgaria

Located on the Balkan peninsula, Bulgaria is bordered by Serbia in the west and Romania in the north. Türkiye is located in the south of the country. Bulgaria has a population of 6,948,445. According to this population information, it ranks 107th in the world population ranking. Bulgarian is officially spoken in Bulgaria and the language is written using the Cyrillic alphabet. However, Turkish, Russian, French and English are also widely spoken in the country. Since it is in the same time zone as Turkey, there is no time difference.

What is the Meaning of the Bulgarian Flag, What is the Capital of Bulgaria?

The Bulgarian flag consists of the colors white, green and red, respectively. The color white represents peace, the color green represents nature, and the color red represents the blood spilled for freedom. The capital of Bulgaria is Sofia. Sofia is also the largest city in the country. The population of the city is about 1.3 million. Located in the center of the Balkan peninsula, Sofia has a surface area of ​​492 square kilometers. The altitude of the city is 553 meters.

What is the Time Difference, What is the Currency?

There is no time difference between Bulgaria and Türkiye. The time is the same in both countries. Lev is used as the official currency in Bulgaria. The lev is divided into 100 stotinkaya. The code for the currency Lev is BGN and its symbol is known as лв. There are six coins in the Bulgarian lev. These are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50. The banknotes used are 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 lev.

Bulgaria Climate

The climate of Bulgaria is a typical continental climate. Winters are very harsh and the temperature drops to -10 to -15 degrees on average. The summer months are hot and it is known that the temperature often rises above 30 degrees in the summer. Especially on the Danube side, winters are harsher and summers are warmer. Precipitation is generally less and mostly on the Balkans side. The eastern part of the country is milder and milder than the other parts. The temperature difference in the Danube region is quite high. The temperature drops to -25 degrees in winter and rises up to 40 degrees in summer. The rainiest season is spring through May and June. But usually the precipitation is 500-600 mm per year.

Bulgarian Cuisine

Bulgarian cuisine is known as the cooking style developed by Bulgarian people. Bulgarian food is similar to Turkish food. Bulgarian cuisine, which has balanced tastes, includes meat dishes, salads, dairy products and vegetable dishes in every meal. Bulgarian cuisine, which has an important place in world cuisine, has been influenced and inspired by the Mediterranean cuisine in general. Bulgarian dishes show similar characteristics with their neighbors Serbia, Romania, Greece and Turkey.

The characteristic features of Bulgarian cuisine are the simultaneous cooking of the products on the plate. This is especially true for pastries. Among the traditional dishes of Bulgaria are tarator, sarmi, gyuvech, capping and bob chorba. Tarator is known as cold yogurt soup and is made with only cucumber, water, salt, garlic, mint, dill and Bulgarian yogurt. Sarmi is similar to stuffed cabbage in our country. Bob chorba is bean soup and is frequently consumed in the country.

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