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073440 - Bulgarians civilizers of the slavs
Publisher: Borina Publishing House
Year: 1995
ISBN: 9545000333

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by Bojidar Dimitrov. 107 pages.
English Edition.

For many years, Europe had only one patron saint canonized St. Benedict. Only in 1979. Pope John Paul II proclaimed the creators of the Cyrillic alphabet - Cyril and Methodius, be they saints, patron saints of Europe. This was the largest appreciation, albeit symbolically, the contribution of the Bulgarian people for the development of European civilization




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