Bulgaria

Bulgaria #100 20 Leva (1992) - RM5.00

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Boyana Church is a medieval Bulgarian Orthodox church situated on the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. The church owes its world fame as it has one of the most complete and well-preserved monuments of Eastern European mediaeval paintings. Wikipedia

Bulgaria #101 50 Leva (1992) - RM6.00

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Hristo Gruev Danov (1828 – 1911) was a Bulgarian enlightener, teacher and book publisher of the Bulgarian National Revival who is regarded as the father of organized book publishing in the Bulgarian lands and hailed as the "Bulgarian Gutenberg". Wikipedia
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Bulgaria #102b 100 Leva (1993) - RM6.00

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Zahari Zograf (1810–1853), is arguably the most famous Bulgarian painter of the Bulgarian National Revival, noted for his church mural paintings, often regarded as the founder of secular art in Bulgaria. Wikipedia
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Bulgaria #104 500 Leva (1993) - RM11.00

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Dobri Hristov (1875 – 1941) was one of the major Bulgarian composers of the 20th century. He wrote mainly choral music, as well as some church music and music for the orchestra. Wikipedia
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Bulgaria #New 2 Leva (2005) - RM19.00

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Saint Paisius of Hilendar or Paisiy Hilendarski (1722–1773), Bulgarian clergyman, famous author of Istoriya Slavyanobolgarskaya, the second modern Bulgarian history. Most Bulgarians think of him as forefather of the Bulgarian National Revival. Wikipedia
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Brief profile

UN member state || Location: South Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania, Serbia, Greece, Turkey || Capital: Sofia || Official Languages: Bulgarian || Area: 110,910 sq.km || Population: 7.64 million || GDP per capita $12,252 || Currency: Lev (BGN)