Bulgaria Liberation Day History
Liberation Day, also known as Day of Liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman Dominion, celebrates the singing of the Peace Treaty of San Stefano. On 3 March 1878, following multiple battles, the Treaty that separated Bulgaria's lands into two parts (Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia) was signed in the small village of San Stefano. Although Bulgaria was not granted independence, its territory was returned and half became a vassal principality and other an autonomous province. Bulgaria would have to wait another three decades for its independence.
Liberation Day in Bulgaria is celebrated annually on 3 March in order to mark the end of the Russo-Turkish War and the establishment of the Bulgarian State. The holiday began in 1888 however it wasn't until 1990 that it was declared an official holiday and is often celebrated as Bulgaria's National Day.
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