Plovdiv During the Revival period

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  • Author:  Nikolay Genchev
  • Year: 03-12-2007
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Мнозина смятат, че славата на Пловдив е предимно антична, че Филипополис е вечното му име. Може би упадъкът през средните векове, когато градът става разменна монета в балканските и европейски отношения, е основание за това...А може би причината е другаде. Малко се знае за новата история на града и по-специално за участието му в балканското и българското възраждане през ХVIII-ХIХ в., когато Пловдив отново става средище на източноевропейската цивилизация и пак се връща към своята историческа роля да служи като мост между балканските народи, между Ориента и Европа, между Изтока и Запада. В този период Пловдив окончателно определя и своето бъдеще.
На тази история, на възрожденския Пловдив е посветено настоящето изследване.

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Nikolay Genchev

Nikolay Genchev

Nikolay Genchev (1931-2000) is a Bulgarian historian, member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Rector of Sofia University (1989-1993). Winner of the International Herder Award (1989). Author of do... Read more

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Tags: Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Bulgarian Renaissance

Year 03-12-2007
Pages 589
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.834 kg
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Bulgarian Renaissance

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