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BulgariaIvo AndricCyril and MethodiusFather Paisi (d. 1722)Czech Republic
Slavs
Czechs
http://www.czech.cz/ 
Slovaks
http://www.slovakia.org/ 
Slovenes
http://www.sigov.si/ 
Croats
http://www.croatia.hr/ 
Bosnians and Herzegovinians
http://www.mvp.gov.ba/ 
Serbs and Montenegrins
http://www.mfa.gov.yu/ 
Macedonians
Bulgarians
http://www.president.bg/ 
http://www.balcanica.org/ 
Ukrainians
http://www.ukremb.com/ 
Slavs living in minority
in Germany
http://www.voyagenow.com/travel-references/en/wikipedia/s/sl/slavic_peoples_1.html 
in Austria
  http://www.hrvatskicentar.at/ (Croatian)
in Italy
http://cisadu2.let.uniroma1.it/disseuco/conoscere/slav_ital.htm 
in Albania
http://www.rastko.org.yu/strani/e-impresum.html 
in Romania
http://www.rastko.org.yu/strani/e-impresum.html 
in Moldova
http://www.moldova.md/
Web pages

Dalmatico-Illirica

 

 

Documents
Vladimir Chukov (Ph D, Associate Professor),  Bulgarian Ethnic Model. A Pragmatical National Version of the Multiethnic Dialog
Neil Clark ("New Statesman", 28/04/2003), Yugoslavism: histories of a failed idea (1918-1992),  (review of the book Dejan Djokic (editor), "Yugoslavism: histories of a failed idea (1918-1992)", Hurst & co., 369 pagine, ISBN 1850656630; trad. di T. Bellone, da una segnalazione di K. Kilibarda; sorce: andrea; balcani@peacelink.it )
Maria Lina Veca, Beati i criminali di Guerra (from “Rinascita”, 10 giugno 2003)

 

Examples of collaborations among Danubian Peoples
Bulgarians and Hungarians: The first printed version of Father Paisi's famous work of history was published anonymously in Budapest in 1844. Marin Drinov (1838-1906), Bulgaria's first modern professional historian, was the first to formally identify Paisi as the author in 1871.

Bulgarians and Rumanians: Sofroni Vrachenski (1729-1815), archbishop in Kotel. The first printed book to be published in Bulgarian is generally agreed to be Vrachenski's collection of sermons, Nedelnik (Bucurest 1806). In 1765 he met Father Paisi, and was so impressed by his History that he had it copied and placed in his own church.