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Balkan Culture

Books LLC

Published July 5th 2011
ISBN : 9781156941843
Paperback
44 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 152. Chapters: Balkan International Basketball League, Balkan cuisine, Balkan music, Balkans Cup, South SlavicMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 152. Chapters: Balkan International Basketball League, Balkan cuisine, Balkan music, Balkans Cup, South Slavic languages, Serbo-Croatian, Slovene language, Macedonian language, Turkish cuisine, Bulgarian language, Serbian language, Music of Turkey, Romano-Serbian language, Music of Greece, Croatian language, Balkan sprachbund, Shtokavian dialect, Kebab, Halva, Bosnian language, Liga ABA, Music of the Republic of Macedonia, B rek, Serbian cuisine, Music of Bulgaria, Music of Serbia, Dolma, Torlakian dialect, Baklava, Music of Romania, Banat Bulgarian dialect, Manele, Turkish delight, Sarma, Koliva, Gaida, Meze, Gora dialect, Music of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ottoman cuisine, D with stroke, Fanfare Cioc rlia, Bay Ganyo, 2009-10 BIBL season, Music of Montenegro, Balkan Cup, evapi, 2008-09 BIBL season, Balkan Brass Band, Past rma, Angels Breath, 1966-67 Balkans Cup, Moussaka, Cuisine of the Republic of Macedonia, Albanian cuisine, Kofta, Macedonian cuisine, Music of Moldova, kembe, Avgolemono, Mahala, Bunjevac dialect, okac language, Tshe, Pop-folk, Balkan Black Box Festival, Khigga, Yalli, 1960-61 Balkans Cup, Ljiljana Buttler, Kokoretsi, MTV Europe Music Award for Best Adria Act, Slavoserbian, o ek, Narodna muzika, Pljeskavica, Sogan-dolma, iftetelli, List of Serbian folk songs, Ganga, 1971 Balkans Cup, Meyhane, Ruske Kape, Gibanica, Tirokafteri, 1961-63 Balkans Cup, Longa, L pa, Pasulj, Yaprak, List of Montenegrin folk songs, Djevrek, Alafranga and alaturca, Prusurate, Zelnik, Selsko meso, Piljke. Excerpt: Bulgarian (, pronounced: ) is an Indo-European language, a member of the Slavic linguistic group. Bulgarian demonstrates several linguistic characteristics that set it apart from all other Slavic languages except for the closely related Macedonian language, such as the elimination of case declension, the deve...