Bulgaria Unification Day

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AKA NameДен на Съединението
Hashtags#UnificationDayOfBulgaria
2019 Date6 September 2019
2020 Date6 September 2020
Bulgaria Unification Day

Bulgaria Unification Day History

Unification Day in Bulgaria celebrates the unification of the previously split Bulgaria. On 6 September 1885, the separated regions of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia were reunified into one Bulgaria. Seven years earlier, following the liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman Empire, the San Stefano Treaty and the Berlin Treaty had split the country into two regions. Bulgarians fought to have these regions reunified and the unification was eventually prepared by a network of secret revolutionary committees backed by the Bulgarian King.

Bulgaria's Unification Day is celebrated annually as a public holiday on 6 September in order to mark the unification of the two previously split regions of the nation.

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Bulgaria Unification Day Facts & Quotes

  • Many countries objected to the unification of the two regions of Bulgaria. In fact, neighbouring Serbia attacked Bulgaria in November of 1885 due to the unification and creation of a bigger Bulgaria.
  • Great Britain was one of the primary nations that originally supported the split of the two regions in 1878 through the Berlin Treaty.
  • With the help of the Russian Army, Bulgaria was liberated from Ottoman rule in 1878.
  • The secret committee that fought for unification was called the BSCRC (Bulgarian Secret Central Revolutionary Committee).
  • Love, friendship and respect do not unite people as much as a common hatred for something. - Anton Chekhov, famous Russian playwright

Bulgaria Unification Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Attend the military roll call and firework celebrations on the night of the 6th in the Central Square in Plovdiv, the old capital of Eastern Rumelia. The President and Prime Minister are usually in attendance.
  • Attend the celebration in Sofia. Join the city's mayor at the tomb of the King Alexander I of Battenberg who presided over the unification in 1885.
  • Watch a documentary about Bulgaria's rocky history in order to better understand the meaning of its Independence Day. Some of our suggestions include: The Bulgarians, Bulgarian history During the Centuries, The Bulgaria With Love, Goryani, The Liberators of Bulgaria and Bulgaria, My Land .
  • Generate awareness on social media using hashtags such as #NationalUnificationDay, #BulgariaUnificationDay and #BulgariaUnites.
  • Celebrate Bulgaria by indulging in some of its traditional cuisine. Our favourites include: banitsa, kebapche, shopska salata, musaka, shkembe, chorba and lyutenista.

Bulgaria Unification Day References and Related Sites

National Unification Day
September 6

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