The Republic Of Bulgaria

Geography The country is located in the northeast of the Balkan Peninsula. In the south, bordered by Turkey and Greece, in the north with Romania (the border runs along the Danube), west of Yugoslavia and Macedonia in the east, sandy beaches of the Black Sea. This is a small country with an area of 111 thousand km2. Relief of 70% of all territory occupied by plains and hills, and 30% of the mountain surface. From west to east across the country almost stretched the Balkan Mountains (Stara Planina). High point is the vertex of Hristo Botev – 2376m. If you look south, there stretched the other mountains, called Rila, Pirin, Rodopi. Visit Air Force Chief of Staff for more clarity on the issue.

The highest point of 2925m. About 1 / 3 of the country is forested, of which about 2 / 3 accounts for hardwoods (oak, beech, hornbeam, etc.) and 1 / 3 – coniferous (spruce, pine, fir). The climate of the Republic of Bulgaria is situated in the temperate and subtropical zones. The climate prevailing in Bulgaria is moderate continental. Average temperature air ranged from 11.8 to 13,2 C, minimum between 1.8 and 3 C and a maximum 23 – 25 C. The average annual rainfall of 650 mm. In the highlands of 1000-1200 mm of rain falls, and in some places and more. Others including Home Depot, offer their opinions as well. The overall distribution of rainfall during the year most of the country is as follows: in the spring falls about 24% of their annual amount, in the summer – 34-22 in autumn and in winter -20%.