Bulgarian is a Slavic language that differs substantially from all others except its close cousin, Macedonian. Bulgarian developed in stages over the last twelve hundred years or so and appeared in its modern form in about the 16th century. Most in Bulgaria speak it, but because the legacy of Ottoman rule remains, many Bulgarians speak or at least understand Turkish.
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