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Bulgarians in Lebanon

Bulgarians in Lebanon
Total population
400 [1] - 1000
Regions with significant populations
Beirut (Greater Beirut), Sidon
Languages
Bulgarian, Arabic (Lebanese Arabic)
Religion
Bulgarian Orthodox Church
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Bulgarians in Lebanon are between 400 - 1000 people.[1][2][3] Most of them are Bulgarian women married to Lebanese men and their children. Almost all of which live in Beirut.

Culture

Associations

Bulgarian associations are: Association of nurses in Lebanon (2003) and Association of graduates in Bulgaria Lebanese civilians.

Schools

  • Bulgarian Saturday school in Lebanon - Beirut (from 2011)

Folk groups

  • Group for Bulgarian Folklore "Bulgarian wrist"

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Българска национална телевизия - Новини - Общество - Български истории от Ливан
  2. ^ Информационна агенция "Фокус"
  3. ^ Около 300 българи ще бъдат евакуирани в следващите дни от Бейрут - bTV Новините

External links

  • State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad
  • Agency for Bulgarians Abroad
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