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The Network manages Europe's largest online database of business opportunities. Search for business or academic partners to manufacture, distribute, co-develop and supply your products, ideas and services. Many Bulgarians have moved to the UK since the earlys but, as Maria Koinova notes, little research has been conducted on their views on life in Britain. Drawing on a new survey of Bulgarians in London, she writes that the Bulgarian community is notably different from the way it has been portrayed in the British media.
This project aspired to give a clear picture about a little-known community in the UK, which has attracted unfavourable attention in the British media, most notably surrounding the UK referendum on EU membership in and its aftermath. Most Bulgarian folk tales are funny and feature unexpected plot twists. They are loved by both children and adults. Here are five that you will find fascinating and will help you to better understand the Bulgarian soul. A long time ago, three brothers lived in a simple village house. They led an ordinary life in all aspects but one, they had a magical apple tree in the garden.
One golden apple ripened on it every year. And every year a dragon came and stole it. He took his sword, lay down under the tree and waited for the dragon. Unfortunately, he fell asleep. The dragon came, took the apple and disappeared.
Everyone was disappointed with the lad. Next year, the second brother decided to protect the apple. The same happened to him and he woke up in the morning only to discover the apple was gone.
As he was the cleverest among the three, he cut his little finger and put salt in the wound. The golden apple was never stolen again. Krali Marko is a favorite Bulgarian folklore character known for his power and kindness. He always helps the poor, punishes the evil and kills dragons. There are many folk tales about his strength, here is one of them. God heard his words and thought he was too confident for a human being.
So, to challenge his statement, he sent him a stone weighing as much as the Earth. When Krali Marko saw the stone on the road, he got angry that there was an obstacle in his way. Since then Krali Marko could do anything but lift the Earth. A boy and a girl from a small village fell in love with each other and they wanted to get married.
The young lovers kept on insisting and in the end, the wedding was organized. When the couple kissed on the wedding day everything happened exactly the way she had said. Except that not just the couple but all the guests, including the parents of the bride and the groom turned into stones. These stone figures, known as the Stone Weddingcan still be seen today near the village of Zimzelen in Bulgaria.
The Stone Wedding rock formation, Zimzelen, Bulgaria. Another folk character starring in many tales is Hitar Petar Witty Peterfamous for making jokes about people. Once Hitar Petar went to the market without any money. He saw a soup vendor selling delicious soup. After a while, the bread was well flavored and Hitar Petar ate it. Seeing this, the vendor asked Hitar Petar to pay for the food. Everyone at the market started laughing at the greedy vendor.
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The Three Brothers and the Golden Apple. Krali Marko Almighty. The Stone Wedding. Hitar Petar and His Shadow. Hitar Petar and His Sack of Jokes.
Bulgarians in london: a community of strength, but one hidden in the shadows As he was the cleverest among the three, he cut his little finger and put salt in the wound. The three brothers and the golden apple There are many folk tales about his strength, here is one of them.
He grabbed the stone and threw it away. Search form The young lovers kept on insisting and in the end, the wedding was organized. Find a partner abroad for your business Maria Angelova.Seeking a smaller short lady for Bulgaria more
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