Bulgarians prediksi togel hongkong are a generous and hospitable people who are very open to helping strangers. They are not at all suspicious of foreigners and they make a point to take care of those that come to visit their country.
In the last century and a half daily life in Bulgaria has been outwardly dominated by socialist political systems that seek to infiltrate every aspect of society. However, under the surface much of the traditional cultural and social organization remains intact. For example, the family remains the core of society. Families tend to be extended rather than nuclear and it is not uncommon for several generations to live under one roof.
The church is also an important institution in Bulgarian society. It has played a significant role in retaining a sense of identity as Bulgarian through the Ottoman and Communist periods. Following the fall of Communism the church experienced a revival and religious holidays and baptisms have become increasingly popular.
When it comes to food, bulgarians are a very generous people who love to share their home cooked meals with friends and visitors. Typical meals include grilled meats (usually pork, chicken or lamb) with salad and potatoes or vegetables with a sauce made from tomato and peppers (liutenitsa). Another favorite is kapama which is a dish of slow cooked three different cuts of meats together with pickled cabbage.
Many bulgarians drink a fermented beverage called boza which is often consumed at breakfast. It is made from wheat or millet flour mixed with water, yeast and sugar. It has a slight alcohol content of up to 1% and is sold in small to large clear bottles at delis or supermarkets. It has a strong almost medicinal flavor and is certainly not for everyone.
Other common beverages are coffee and tea. They also like to eat a sweet pastry called svetlana or rohlinka which is similar to a Danish doughnut. It is typically filled with either sour cream or poppy seed filling and served with a cup of coffee or tea.
In terms of music, most bulgarians will listen to pop and rock songs but they are also very fond of classical music and especially folk music. In recent years, the bulgarian music industry has been developing with a number of successful new singers.
The bulgarian language is a member of the eastern Slavic branch of the Cyrillic alphabet and has 30 letters. The language is a phonetic script so pronunciation can be difficult at first for those who are not used to it but most find that they pick it up quickly. The Bulgarian alphabet is not related to the Latin alphabet but it is very similar to Russian and Mongolian.
A good rule of thumb when trying to understand a bulgarian is that they will speak very directly. It can be quite blunt but once you gain their trust they will say exactly what they mean and feel. This level of feedback can be difficult for those from Western societies that are used to a more polite and indirect style of communication.