A brief guide to apartments for sale in Bulgaria
Bulgaria is a country in southeastern Europe. Bulgaria borders five other countries: Romania to the north (mostly along the Danube), Serbia and Macedonia to the west, and Greece and Turkey to the south.
Its total area is 110994 km square, placing it as the 105th largest country in the world, A total of 1,808 km border is shared by these five countries -. Greece (494 km), Macedonia (148 km), Romania (608 km), Serbia (318 km) and Turkey (240 km).
Bulgaria has several major topographical features:The plain of the Danube, which runs along both sides of the border with Romania, the Balkan mountains, the plains of Thrace and the Rhodope Mountains. The southern boundary of the Danube plain slopes up into the foothills of the Balkans, which are the highest in the western part of the country. The Thracian plain is roughly triangular, from near Sofia, and extending west to reach the Black Sea coast
About 30% of the land consists of plains, while the plains and hills account for 41%. The country’s mountainous southwest has two alpine ranges -. Rila and Pirin . The Balkan mountain range crosses from west to east across the center of the country, north of the Valley of the Roses. Hills and plains of south-east are located along the Black Sea coast and by the main river in Bulgaria, as well as the Danube in the north. Completion of Bulgaria is Musala (2925 meters) and its lowest point is sea level in the Black Sea coast.
Bulgaria is a parliamentary democracy with a prime minister will take the lead more effectively. The political system has three separate branches of power – legislative, executive and judiciary. Bulgaria is a universal and equal suffrage for citizens 18 years of age. The elections under the supervision of an independent National Electoral Commission, which includes members from all major political parties. The parties must notify the Commission prior to participating in national elections. Normally, they select the Prime Minister as the leader of the party receiving the most votes in parliamentary elections.