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  • National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria - Шуми Марица

    2:13

    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1947-1951):

    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1951-1964):

    Current National Anthem of Bulgaria:

    Shumi Maritsa (Maritsa Rushes) was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov.

  • NATIONAL ANTHEM OF KINGDOM OF BULGARIA

    1:20

    Shumi Maritsa

    Шуми Марица

    Maritsa Rushes

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  • Шуми Марица — Anthem of the Kingdom of Bulgaria AltHistory

    1:42

    One could say Bulgaria and Germany had received the biggest chunk of the Entente's pie after the Weltkrieg. The former one had doublid its posessions and now included Macedonia, Dobrudja and the whole of Greece. This wasn't enough for the new Czar Boris III though, as he invaded the weakened and shriveled Ottoman Empire in 1924, taking almost all of the Turkish land in Europe except Constantinople. Disregarding the rebellious Greeks, Bulgaria could be named the most successful victor of the Great War.

    Шуми Марица
    окървавена,
    плаче вдовица
    люто ранена.

    Марш, марш,
    с генерала наш!
    В бой да летим,
    враг да победим!

    Български чеда,
    цял свят ни гледа.
    Хай към победа
    славна да вървим.

    Левът Балкански
    в бой великански
    с орди душмански
    води ни крилат.

    Припев

    Млади и знойни,
    във вихри бойни.
    Ний сме достойни
    лаври да берем.

  • Tsardom of Bulgaria-Seven Nation Army

    4:09

    Original Song:

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  • Flag and anthem of the Kingdom of Bulgaria

    2:18

    BULGARIAN: Царство България - Tsarstvo Bălgarija

    ANTHEM: Шуми Марица - Shumi Maritsa - Maritsa Rushes
    in use until 1944

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  • ROYAL ANTHEM OF BULGARIA

    1:39

    Химн на Негово Величество Царя

    Anthem of His Majesty the Tsar

    Royal Anthem of Bulgaria

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  • Bulgarian Military March “When The Battle Begins”

    1:54

  • National Anthem of the Kingdom of Bulgaria — Stephen Squires & Millar Brass Ensemble

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    ♦ Title


    Шуми Марица (Bulgarian (Cyrillic script))
    Shumi Maritsa (Bulgarian (Romanization))
    Maritsa Rushes (English translation)


    ♦ Lyricist


    Никола Живков (Nikola Zhivkov)


    ♦ Composer


    Иван Вазов (Ivan Vazov)


    ♦ In use


    1885 (adopted)
    1944 (replaced)

    Bulgaria's first anthem, first used during the war of independence at the time that Bulgaria was a principality within the Ottoman Empire, was a piece entitled Shumi Maritsa, adapted from a German popular song. The royal anthem, adopted upon full independence in 1908, was used for the tsar.
    During this period, the Anthem of His Majesty the Tsar was played immediately after it on every solemn occasion in the Tsar's presence.

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  • The heart of Bulgaria - The Movie

    6:50

    Movie by: Djoana & Pesho

    Also by: Dankata, 4ertata

    2016
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    Dedicated to Mitaka Brown

  • National Anthem of Peoples Republic of Bulgaria

    3:28

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    National Anthem of People's Republic of Bulgaria · Balgariyo mila

    Revolution Historical Hymns, Anthems and Marching Band Music

    ℗ 2019 Songs Digital Times

    Released on: 2019-11-20

    Composer Lyricist: Elisaveta Bagriana
    Songwriter: Elisaveta Bagriana
    Composer Lyricist: Georgi Dimitrov
    Songwriter: Georgi Dimitrov
    Composer Lyricist: Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin
    Songwriter: Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin
    Composer Lyricist: Mladen Isaev
    Songwriter: Mladen Isaev
    Composer Lyricist: Nikola Furnadzhiev
    Songwriter: Nikola Furnadzhiev
    Composer Lyricist: Svetoslav Obretenov
    Songwriter: Svetoslav Obretenov

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  • Anthems of the CENTRAL POWERS

    6:15

    Austria-Hungary: Gott erhalte, Gott beschütze! (0:01)
    German Empire: Heil dir im Siegerkranz! (1:15)
    Ottoman Empire: Reşadiye (2:13)
    Bulgarian Tsardom: Shumi Maritsa (4:06)

  • Bulgarian Patriotic Song - Боят настана

    2:09

    ''Боят настана'' (The Battle Begins) is Bulgarian famous patriotic song. It was written by Ivan Vazov. It is associated with Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878).

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  • Shumi Maritsa | Шуми Марица - Anthem of Tsardom of Bulgaria

    2:13

    Shumi Maritsa was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. It was used during the reign of Alexander I of Battenberg, Ferdinand I Saxe-Coburg Gotha and Boris III Saxe-Coburg Gotha. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov but was edited during time from thefamous Bulgarian poet from Ivan Vazov.

    Here are the lyrics

    Maritsa rushes,
    stained with blood,
    A widow wails,
    fiercely wounded.

    March, march,
    with our general,
    Let's fly into battle
    and crush the enemy!

    Forward!

    Bulgarians,
    the whole world is watching.
    Into a winning battle,
    let's gloriously go.

    The Balkan lion
    into a titanic battle
    with enemy's hordes
    leads us, flying.

    We're the nation,
    for pride, freedom,
    for dear fatherland
    who knows how to die.

  • National Anthem of Bulgaria

    1:14

    Originally written and composed by a Bulgarian student in 1885, as he went off to fight in the Serbo-Bulgarian war, the song was titled “Горда Стара планина” (“Gorda Stara planina”) [Proudly Rise the Balkan Peaks]. The original lyrics have undergone revisions since its original composition, the latest after the fall of the communist government in 1990 where verses not in the original lyrics speaking of friendship with Russia, the Communist Party, and fallen fighters were removed. As the national anthem its name comes from the first line of the chorus rather than the first line of the verse.
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    Himni kombëtar i Bullgarisë
    النشيد الوطني لبلغاريا
    National Anthem Բուլղարիայի
    National Anthem на България
    Himna Bugarskoj
    Státní hymna Bulharsko
    National Anthem Bulgarien
    Volkslied van Bulgarije
    Hymne national de la Bulgarie
    Nationalhymne von Bulgarien
    Εθνικός Ύμνος της Βουλγαρίας
    ההמנון הלאומי של בולגריה
    बुल्गारिया के राष्ट्रीय गान
    National Anthem of Bulgaria
    Inno Nazionale della Bulgaria
    Lagu Kebangsaan Bulgaria
    National Anthem of Bulgaria
    ਬੁਲਗਾਰੀਆ ਦੇ ਰਾਸ਼ਟਰੀ ਗੀਤ
    سرود ملی بلغارستان
    Hymn Bułgarii
    Hino Nacional da Bulgária
    Imnul național al Bulgariei
    Гимн Болгарии
    Натионал Антхем оф Булгариа
    Štátna hymna Bulharsko
    National Anthem Bolgarije
    Himno Nacional de Bulgaria
    National Anthem Bulgarien
    Гімн Болгарії
    ブルガリアの国歌
    불가리아의 애국가
    保加利亚国歌
    Bulgaristan Milli Marşı
    Kansallislaulu Bulgarian
    Himnusz Bulgária

  • Kristian Kostov - Beautiful Mess

    3:28

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    BEAUTIFUL MESS

    When the world shakes us
    trying to take us out of line
    Fear of tomorrow
    feelings we borrow for a time

    Water so deep
    how do we breathe
    how do we climb?

    So we stay in this mess
    this beautiful mess tonight

    And we don't have a thing to lose
    no matter what they say or do
    I don't want nothing more
    our love is untouchable

    Even in the line of fire
    when everything is on the wire
    Even up against the wall
    our love is untouchable

    Our love is untouchable!

    When the colours turn grey
    and the lights all fade to black again
    We're in over our heads
    But somehow we make it back again
    Water so deep
    how do we breathe
    how do we climb?
    So we stay in this mess
    this beautiful mess tonight

    And we don't have a thing to lose
    no matter what they say or do
    I don't want nothing more
    our love is untouchable

    Even in the line of fire
    when everything is on the wire
    Even up against the wall
    our love is untouchable

    Oooo Ooooo Oooo No!

    Even in the line of fire
    when everything is on the wire
    Even up against the wall
    our love is untouchable

  • God save our Tsar - Anthem of the Tsar of the Bulgarians 1908 - 1946

    1:58

    Боже Царя ни пази!

    Царски химн на България изпълняван веднага след държавния - Шуми Марица 1908-1946г.

    БОЖЕ ЦАРЯ НИ ПАЗИ

    Всемогѫщи прави Боже,
    молимъ Царя ни пази!
    Дай му сили, за да може
    зли поврати да срази!

    За погромъ на враговетѣ
    и за славни бѫднини,
    Боже, Царю на Царетѣ,
    дай на Царя свѣтли дни!

    А на българското племе
    ума, Боже, просвѣти,
    съсъ любовь да сѣ обемѣ
    и задружно процъфти.

    Чрезъ съгласие да може
    силна воля да развий,
    чрезъ напрѣдъкъ дай му, Боже,
    славно име да добий!

  • Shumi Marutsa— National Anthem of the Kingdom of Bulgaria

    1:22

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    Shumi Maritsa was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov. The title refers to the Maritsa river.

  • Manowar - Joey Bulgarian Speech

    3:50

    Joey speaks Bulgarian to the crowd in Sofia and speaks about Ronnie James Dio - 35,000 people all screaming for Manowar!
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  • Eurovision 2000-2016: Our Top 10 of Bulgaria

    3:44

    Our personal top of the Bulgarian entries from 2000-2016. Henrii, Marissa and I each ranked the Bulgarian entries since 2000 and then I found out our combined top!

    In the event of a tie the entry with the single lowest score was ranked below the other.
    Remember! This top is only our personal opinion. Please comment your opinion below.

    All artists and song titles are mentioned in the video. I own nothing. All rights go to their respective owners.
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  • 2 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

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    2 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

  • NATIONAL ANTHEM OF KINGDOM OF IRAQ

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    The Royal Salute

    Es Salaam al-Malaky

    وتحية رويال

    Flag adopted in 1924

  • Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria

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    Shumi Maritsa was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov. The title refers to the Maritsa river. It literally translates to Maritsa makes noise but the connotation is closer to Maritsa roars.

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    Шуми Марица окървавена,
    плаче вдовица люто ранена.

    Български чеда, цял свят ни гледа.
    Хай към победа славна да вървим.

    Припев:
    Марш, марш, с генерала наш!
    В бой да летим, враг да победим!

    Левът Балкански в бой великански
    с орди душмански води ни крилат.

    Ний сме народа, за чест и свобода,
    за мила рода който знай да мре.

    Припев

  • NATIONAL ANTHEM OF KINGDOM OF YUGOSLAVIA

    1:51

    National Anthem of Kingdom of Yugoslavia

    Adopted in 1919

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  • Bulgarian Patriotic Song - Тих бял Дунав

    2:35

    Тих бял Дунав се вълнува (Still White Danube Undulates) also known as the Botev March, is a popular Bulgarian patriotic song. The lyrics are based on that of a poem by Ivan Vazov titled ''Radetzky'' after the steamship seized by the rebels. The storyline recounts a historically accurate incident from the Bulgarian struggles against Ottoman rule, which has earned the status of modern myth for Bulgarians, to some degree due to this song. On 29 May 1876 Bulgarian revolutionary and poet Hristo Botev at the head of 205-strong company of rebels seized control of the Austro-Hungarian passenger steamship Radetzky by armed force and used it to cross the Danube from Romania to the Bulgarian territories of the Ottoman Empire in order to join the April Uprising. Dagobert Engländer, Captain of the Radetzky, later recounted that he had rarely met a man so impressive or energetic as Botev. The melody was composed by vocalist Ivan Karadzhov, according to his biography. In some performances of the song, the fourth verse is omitted.

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    Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

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    4 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

  • The National Anthem of Bulgaria

    1:30

    Бог да пази България!

  • National Anthem of Bulgaria: Dear Motherland

    1:14

    Mila Rodino (Мила Родино [miɫɐ rɔdino], translated as Dear Motherland or Dear native land) is the national anthem of Bulgaria. It is based on the music and text of the song Gorda Stara Planina by Tsvetan Radoslavov, written and composed as he left to fight in the Serbo-Bulgarian War in 1885. The anthem was adopted in 1964. The text has been changed many times, most recently in 1990.

    Between 1886 and 1944, the Bulgarian national anthem was Shumi Maritsa (Шуми Марица); from 1950 to 1964, it was My Bulgaria, land of heroes (Balgariyo mila, zemya na geroi, Българийо мила, земя на герои); in the brief period between these two, it was the march Republiko nasha, zdravey (Републико наша, здравей!).

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  • National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria «Шуми Марица»

    2:30

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    Шуми Марица е национален химн на България от 1879 (официално от 1886) до 1944 (официално до 1947) г. Първоначалният текст на песента е написан от Никола Живков, главен учител във Велес, Тулча, Свищов и др. по време на Възраждането. След много варианти остава последната редакция на Иван Вазов от 1912 г. В средата на 19 век в гр. Шумен оркестърът на унгарския емигрант Михай Шафран популяризира немската песен „Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren“ („Когато войниците маршируват през града“). Мелодията се харесала на котленския учител Атанас П. Гранитски (1820 – 1874), който учителствал в Шумен от 1859 до 1862 г. Той пригодил към нея думите на стихотворение („Слънце-зорница“), писано от самия него още през 1855 – 56 г. и така се появява песента, която се счита за междинно звено между немския марш „Wenn die Soldaten“ и „Шуми Марица“.

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    Shumi Maritsa (Bulgarian: Шуми Марица, pronounced [ʃoˈmi mɐˈritsɐ]) was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov. The title refers to the Maritsa river. It literally translates to Maritsa makes noise but the connotation is closer to Maritsa roars.

    ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩РУССКИЙ۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬●
    Шуми Марица — национальный гимн Болгарии в период с 1886 по 1944 год. Музыка гимна основана на немецкой народной песне «Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren», которая стала чрезвычайно популярной в Болгарии в середине XIX века благодаря тому, что её часто исполнял первый болгарский оркестр лёгкой музыки, основанный в 1851 году венгерским музыкантом Михаем Шафраньи (ок. 1824—1905). Было предпринято несколько попыток написать для этой музыки текст, самой известной стала версия болгарского педагога Николы Живкова, созданная в 1879 году. Далее текст менялся много раз, последнее изменение было сделано в 1912 году Иваном Вазовым.

  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia | Anthem | Piano Version

    1:44

    Instrumental Piano Version

    Parts of the anthem:
    Bože Pravde, Lijepa naša domovino, Naprej zastava slave

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    6 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

  • FORGOTTEN FORESTS - Kingdom of Death

    5:15

    | recorded during rehearsal sessions in July 2009, Sandanski, Bulgaria.

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  • Kingdom of Bulgaria National Anthem Шуми Марица

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  • Bulgaria

    1:13

    Bulgaria National Anthem (1885 - 1944)

    Шуми Марица / “Shumi Maritsa” (“Maritsa Rushes”)

    Himno Nacional de Bulgaria (1885 - 1944)

  • Manowar The Anthem Of Bulgaria HD

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  • Manowar - The National Anthem Of Bulgaria HD!

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    Manowar - The National Anthem Of Bulgaria HD!(Sofia, Bulgaria 16.06.2019)

  • National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria - «Шуми Марица»

    1:22

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    Шуми Марица е национален химн на България от 1879 (официално от 1886) до 1944 (официално до 1947) г. Първоначалният текст на песента е написан от Никола Живков, главен учител във Велес, Тулча, Свищов и др. по време на Възраждането. След много варианти остава последната редакция на Иван Вазов от 1912 г. В средата на 19 век в гр. Шумен оркестърът на унгарския емигрант Михай Шафран популяризира немската песен „Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren“ („Когато войниците маршируват през града“). Мелодията се харесала на котленския учител Атанас П. Гранитски (1820 – 1874), който учителствал в Шумен от 1859 до 1862 г. Той пригодил към нея думите на стихотворение („Слънце-зорница“), писано от самия него още през 1855 – 56 г. и така се появява песента, която се счита за междинно звено между немския марш „Wenn die Soldaten“ и „Шуми Марица“.

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    Shumi Maritsa (Bulgarian: Шуми Марица, pronounced [ʃoˈmi mɐˈritsɐ]) was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov. The title refers to the Maritsa river. It literally translates to Maritsa makes noise but the connotation is closer to Maritsa roars.

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    Шуми Марица — национальный гимн Болгарии в период с 1886 по 1944 год. Музыка гимна основана на немецкой народной песне «Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren», которая стала чрезвычайно популярной в Болгарии в середине XIX века благодаря тому, что её часто исполнял первый болгарский оркестр лёгкой музыки, основанный в 1851 году венгерским музыкантом Михаем Шафраньи (ок. 1824—1905). Было предпринято несколько попыток написать для этой музыки текст, самой известной стала версия болгарского педагога Николы Живкова, созданная в 1879 году. Далее текст менялся много раз, последнее изменение было сделано в 1912 году Иваном Вазовым.

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  • Шуми Марица National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria

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    This is a Nightcore mix of the former national anthem of the Principality of Bulgaria and then the Kingdom (or Tsardom) of Bulgaria - Shumi Maritsa / Шуми Марица (Maritsa Rushes) - used between the years 1885 and 1946 that I edited on Audacity. In other words, I just sped up the audio while also altering the pitch. As a disclaimer I am still showing respect of the anthem while I wrote down the original Bulgarian text at the bottom so you can sing along with it. I just think this remix I made sounds great and liked the way it turned out.


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    ''Republiko naša, zdravej!'' (Bulgarian: Републико наша, здравей!, Our Republic, Hail!) was the national anthem of the People's Republic of Bulgaria. The anthem was in use between abolition of the monarchy in 1947 and the establishment of a new anthem in 1951 after the communists firmly gained power, was composed by Georgi Dimitrov (not the same as the communist leader by that name of that period).

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    Anthem of the Kingdom of Romania. Rest in Peace King Michael!

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    Фердинанд Максимилиан Карл Леополд Мария, Принц Сакс-Кобург-Готски и Херцог Саксонски, е роден на 26 февруари 1861 г. във Виена. Завършва виенската академия “Терезианум”, получавайки най-доброто за онова време образование. От ранна възраст Фердинанд проявява интерес към естествената история, в частност орнитологията, ботаниката и ентомологията. През 1879 г. заедно с брат си Август предприемат научна експедиция по поречието на р. Амазонка, откъдето се връщат с многобройни трофеи и колекции. През 1884 г. е публикувана студия, озаглавена “Описание на птиците на Принц Фердинанд Сакс-Кобург и Гота”. Член на Германските Орнитологическо и Дендрологическо дружества. През целия си живот продължава своите научни занимания.

    През 1887 г. Фердинанд е избран за Княз на България. Благодарение на уменията си, на дипломатическия си усет и политическа мъдрост той съумява да се задържи на престола, непризнат от Великите сили.

    Благодарение на усилията на Княза войската се превръща в най-мощната и добре подготвената на Балканите. Откриват се Държавен университет, Художествена академия, Духовна семинария, Технически училища. Князът лично учредява Природонаучния институт с музей, Зоологическа и Ботаническа градини, Ентомологическа станция. Под негов надзор и с постоянните грижи и упоритост се развива и усъвършенства железопътната и шосейна мрежа. Създават се пощенски и телеграфни станции из цялата страна.

    Столицата на Княжеството придобива европейски вид – широки булеварди и улици, просторни градини и паркове, модерни сгради, електрически трамваи, улично осветление и телефонна мрежа.

    Българското княжество живее напълно независимо, но формалният васалитет спрямо Османската империя продължава да тежи. На 22 септември 1908 г., възползвайки се от нарушаването на Берлинския договор с анексирането на Босна и Херцеговина от страна на Австро-Унгария, Княз Фердинанд провъзгласява Независимостта и приема изконния титул Цар на българите.

    Останалите след 1879 г. поробени българи в Македония и Тракия периодично въстават срещу османската власт, но опитите им са подложени на кървави репресии. Техните страдания и мъки терзаят душата на България. През есента на 1912 г. цар Фердинанд поема предводителството на съюзените Балкански държави срещу Турция. В първата Балканска война България разширява значително границите си и постига безспорни успехи, но коварството на съюзниците довежда до нов военен конфликт. Русия, вдъхновителка на Съюза, изневерява на уверенията си за безпристрастен арбитраж и подкрепя претенциите на съседите. Така извоюваното от храбрите български войски в значителна степен е загубено.

    През есента на 1915 г. България застава на страната на Централните сили. Обещанията на Антантата за Македония и Тракия срещат отпор от съюзените им Сърбия и Гърция. За трети път в продължение на четири години българският войник показва забележителна храброст и с това отново спечелва възхищението на всички. Към края на 1916 г. България успява напълно да осъществи целите си във войната – всички поробени територии в Македония, Тракия и Добруджа са присъединени към Отечеството. Продължаването на войната изтощава храбрите войни. Неуспехите на военните действия и провалените опити за мирни преговори довеждат до неуспешния край на войната. Цар Фердинанд поднася най-голямата жертва пред Отечеството и поема отговорността за погрома във войната. На 3 октомври 1918 г. той абдикира и същата вечер заминава в доживотното си изгнание.

    Настанява се в германския град Кобург, където се отдава на научните си занимания и интереси. До края на дните си Царят отец тъгува за любимата България, която никога повече не вижда.

    Фердинанд І умира на 10 септември 1948 г., след като става свидетел на смъртта и на двамата си сина, на обявяването на републиката в България вследствие на един незаконен и фалшифициран референдум и прокуждането на невръстния си внук Цар Симеон II.

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    Mila Rodino (Мила Родино, translated as Dear Motherland or Dear native land) is the current national anthem of Bulgaria. It is based on the music and text of the song Gorda Stara Planina by Tsvetan Radoslavov, written and composed as he left to fight in the Serbo-Bulgarian War in 1885. The anthem was adopted in 1964. The text has been changed many times, most recently in 1990.

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