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Периодическо списание на Българското книжовно дружество в Средец
Periodical Journal of the Bulgarian Literary Society in Sredets

Publishing House: Българско книжовно дружество
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Frequency: 1 issues
Status: CEEOL Digital Reproductions

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Short Description

As Bulgaria was under Ottoman rule, Bulgarian emigrants founded the Bulgarian Literary Society on 26 September 1869, in Brăila, the Kingdom of Romania. One year later, in 1870, the Society began issuing its official publication - the Periodical Journal. In 1878, shortly after Bulgaria's liberation from Ottoman rule, the General Assembly voted to move the seat of the Society from Brăila to Sofia (old name Sredets), and on 1 March 1893 the Society moved into its own building, right next to where the Bulgarian Parliament is seated. In 1911 the Bulgarian Literary Society became the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the full name of its official journal changed into "Periodical Journal of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences".