Maps and Projects
A preview of the Bulgarian emigration I wanted to do for years, long before I even started the compact diaspora file – aka. Bulgarian minority groups in the countries recognized the bulgarian ethnic group. But
Over the past two months, my big projects have gone into a dead end. That’s why I decided to put them aside and do something small, but also important. From various inquiries recently I saw
Corine is the European program for land cover GIS. Divided into 5 departments – 1.xx Anthropogenic sites, 2.xx Agricultural lands, 3.xx Forests and semi-natural areas, 4.xx Wetlands and 5.xx Water bodies with 44 subdivisions and
When enter the morphographic objects, I have presented for further use as additional data the respective region and sub-region, as well as the physical geographic area. For the sake of convenience, I combine two different
As part of the historical series of maps in my portfolio, after the GIS file of the old Bulgarian borders, a geojson file is prepared with the names of 1600 settlements, as they were called
The topic of spreading the Bulgarian ethnicity and diaspora is on the agenda again . Bulgarian-Mohammedans (Pomaks) are unknown and confused matter for the regular citizen of the country, regardless of his ethnicity. Although they
Update November 29, 2017 At the end of 2017, the list of countries offering visa-free visit to Bulgarian expand as countries are already 111. Since Bulgaria is a member of the European Union, visa requirements
First portion of topic that has long excites me – namely Bulgarian diaspora typed at municipal level the number of Bulgarians in countries where Bulgarian ethnicity is recognized as an official part of the nation.
I recently saw a similar map created by Polish enthusiast like me and I was excited to make such a map and on Bulgarian, because I saw how many differences there are in different languages.