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There is a church in every village around Bosilegrad, and the oldest ones date to the 11th century. Year(census data) Number of ethnic Bulgarians Number of Bulgarian speakers Percent of national population 1948 59, 472 1. 0% 1953 60, 146 59, 166 1961 58, 494 0. 9% 1971 53, 800 49, 942 0. 7% 1981 33, 455 35, 269 0. 4% 1991 26, 698 25, 408 0. 3% 2002 20, 497 16, 459 2011 18, 543 13, 337 Notable people[edit] Helena of Bulgaria, regent of Serbia 1355–1356 Gregory Tsamblak (c. [citation needed] In the Interwar Period, the Internal Western Outland Revolutionary Organisation, countering Yugoslav rule in the region, was engaged in repeated attacks against the Yugoslav police and army. During World War II Bulgaria retook the Western Outlands, as well as Pirot and Vranje. After the Second World War, these regions were returned to Yugoslavia. After Serbia's independence, these areas remained within Serbia. Demographics[edit] According to the 2011 census, there were 18, 543 Bulgarians in Serbia. Bulgarians in Serbia - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bulgarians in SerbiaБугари у СрбијиBugari u SrbijiБългари в Сърбия Flag of the National Council of the Bulgarian Minority in SerbiaTotal population12, 918 Serbian citizens, 0. 19% of Serbia's population (2022)[1]Regions with significant populationsBosilegrad, Dimitrovgrad[2]LanguagesBulgarian, SerbianReligionBulgarian Orthodox and Serbian Orthodox Bulgarians (Bulgarian: Българи в Сърбия, Serbian: Бугари у Србији, romanized: Bugari u Srbiji) are a recognized national minority in Serbia. According to the 2022 census, there are 12, 918 ethnic Bulgarians composing 0. 2% of the population of Serbia. The vast majority of them live in the southeastern part of the country, bordering Bulgaria and North Macedonia. History[edit] Unveiling of the monument of Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski in Bosilegrad Ethnological map by Professor Constant Desjardins (1787‒1876). This map bears the title „Serbia and the districts in which Serbian language is spoken". It was issued in Belgrade in 1853. The author states that his map had been put together according to Serbian authors. The regional names once used by many people in the Torlakian-speaking region was Torlaci and Šopi speaking a transitional speech between Bulgarian and Serbian. Before the Ottoman conquest, the borders of the region frequently shifted between Byzantine, Bulgarian and Serbian rulers. According to some authors during the Ottoman rule, the majority of native Torlakian Slavic population did not have a distinct national consciousness in the ethnic sense. They are primarily located in two municipalities near Serbia's border with Bulgaria: in Bosilegrad there are 5, 839 Bulgarians i. e. 71. 9% of population while in Dimitrovgrad (Tsaribrod) there are 5, 413 Bulgarians or 53. 5% of population. [9][10] The dominant religion among ethnic Bulgarians in Serbia is Orthodoxy. Islam never arrived in areas like Bosilegrad because of the mountainous terrain and most inhabitants dwelled in high mountain villages where they were hard to reach. They use both Serbian and Bulgarian churches due to the low number of Bulgarian clergymen present in the region. [3] The first known literary monument, influenced by Torlakian dialects is the Manuscript from Temska Monastery from 1762, in which its author, the Monk Kiril Zhivkovich from Pirot, considered his language as: "simple Bulgarian". [4] A Silesian traveler stated in 1596 that the road of his trip from Sofia to Niš was filled with corpses and described the gates of Niš as standing in front of freshly beheaded heads of poor Bulgarian peasants by the Ottoman army. [5] The Pirot Rebellion broke out in 1836, followed by the Niš rebellion in 1836, which also included Pirot. According to Ottoman statistics during the Tanzimat the greater part of the population up to the Sanjak of Niš was treated as Bulgarian. Japan vs Serbia 🔴 Live Broadcast Today, Agust 1, 2023 Serbia v Japan | World Championship U19 Women Volleyball Livestream ▶️ 2023 World Championship U19 Women - Volleyball ... Serbia vs Bulgaria scores & predictions - Volleyball Serbia - Bulgaria game starts on Jul 2, 2023 at 1:30:00 AM UTC. Follow the game on Sofascore with live scores and statistics streaming. Napoli - Real Madrid ... Serbia vs. Bulgaria (Nov 19, 2023) Live Score Nov 19, 2022 — Live coverage of the Serbia vs. Bulgaria Uefa European Championship Qualifying game on ESPN, including live score, highlights and updated ...


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