Bulgarian customs

Bulgarian customs

* Martenitsa, all of March
* Nestinari
* Kukeri
* Koleda (Christmas), Koledari
* Velikden (Easter)
* Name Days
* International Mother's Day, March 8
* Independence Day, March 3
* Sveti, Sveti Kiril i Metodii, May 24

External links

* [http://www.bulgarian-guide.com/bulgarian-traditions/ Bulgarian Traditions & Customs]
* [http://www.bulgariainfo-online.com/Site/Traditions.pdf Small booklet about Bulgarian customs, traditions and celebrations] Free PDF booklet by Bulgaria Info-Online Magazine

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