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Forests have wild fruits, briars, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and mushrooms, as well as a variety of herbs and healing plants. Pelicans, stags, deer, wild goats, quail, and pheasants populate reserves and hunting grounds.
A network of three national parks has been set up (Rila, Pirin, and the Central Balkan); nine natural parks; reserves, as well as 2,234 protected territories and natural landmarks.
The driest areas are Dobrudzha and the northern coastal strip, while the higher parts of the mountains Rila and Stara Planina receive the highest levels of precipitation.
In summer, temperatures in the south of Bulgaria often exceed 104 °F (40 °C), but remain cooler by the coast.
The barrier effect of the east-west Balkan Mountains is felt throughout the country: Northern Bulgaria is slightly cooler and receives more rain than the southern regions.
Average precipitation is about 25 inches (630 millimeters) per year.
Die von der DFG bereit gestellten Mittel dürfen nicht für die Freischaltung von Aufsätzen in prinzipiell subskriptionspflichtigen Zeitschriften (nach dem Modell "Open Choice" u.ä.) aufgewendet werden.
Mineral springs are in great abundance located mainly in the southwestern and central parts of the country along the faults between the mountains. These include the Rila primrose, Balkan violet, Bulgarian blackberry and Rhodopean tulip.
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The name “Bulgar” is believed to derive from a Turkic verb meaning "to mix." Ethnic Bulgarians descend from the merging of Bulgars, a central Asian Turkic people, and Slavs, a central European people, beginning in the seventh century Noted for its geographically and climatic diversity, Bulgaria borders five countries: Romania to the north (mostly along the Danube), Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia to the west, and Greece and Turkey to the south, as well as the Black Sea, which comprises its entire eastern border.
The land area of Bulgaria is 42,823 square miles (110,550 square kilometers), slightly larger than that of Iceland or the state of Tennessee.