Casinos supporting Bulgarian language
Bulgarian is one of the common languages spoken across a good portion of Eastern Europe. Most of these people live in Bulgaria; however, millions more speak it in the Ukraine, Macedonia, Turkey, Greece, and Romania. In addition to being a standard language, Bulgarian is the first of the Slavic languages to be written out.
The first appearances of Bulgarian appeared in the 9th century with the Glagolitic alphabet, a symbol-based series of letters used to transcribe copies of the Bible and other religious texts. By the 10th century Glagolitic was replaced by a version of the now used Cryllic alphabet, which spread across Eastern Europe and Russia.
The Cyrillic alphabet morphed during the 18th century as the version utilized by Russia became the once most used in Bulgaria. When the country declared its independence in the late 1800s it standardized its own version of the Cyrillic alphabet and began to incorporate numerous Turkish words and phrases into its literature. After a reform in 1945, the Bulgarian alphabet was reduced in size from 32 to 30 characters.