The Bulgaries (Bulgarie: българи, bǎlgari, IPA: [bɤ̞ɫɡɐri]) are a Sooth Slavic[47][48][49] ethnic group wha are native tae Bulgarie an neighbourin regions.

българи
bǎlgari
Bulgaries
Tot population
c. 9–11.3 million
7.3 million Bulgarie naitionals[1][2][3]
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Bulgarie 6,000,000a[›] (2011 est.)
 Turkey351,000 - 600,000[4][5]
 Greece300,000[6]
 Ukraine (2001 area)204,574-500,000[7][8]
 Germany226,926[9][10]
 Spain133,427-350,000[11][12]
 United States99,642-300,000[13][14]
 Moldovae (incl. Transnistrie)79,520[15]
 Argentinae70,000[16]
 Unitit Kinrick65,000-150,000[17][18]
 Brazil62,000[19][20]
 Italy56,576-120,000[10][21][22]
 Canadae30,485-70,000[6][23]
 Fraunce30,000-50,000[24]
 Roushie (2010 area)24,038-330,000[2][25]
 Austrick22,436[26]
 Netherlands23,308[27]
 Cyprus (excl. TRNC)19,197[28]
 Serbie (excl. Kosovo)18,543[29]
 Sooth Africae15,000 – 20,000[30]
 Belgium13,171[31]
 Poland10,000 – 12,000[32]
 Swaden8,325[33]
 Denmark7,718[34]
 Portugal7,553 – 12,000[35][36]
 Czech Republic10,058[37]
 Romanie7,336[38]
 Kazakhstan6,915[39]
 Unitit Arab Emirates6,000-7,000[40]
 Australie5,436[41]
 Norawa5,227[42]
Leids
Cyrylicka litera Б.PNG Bulgarie
Releegion
Predominantly Orthodox Christianity
(Bulgarie Orthodox Kirk)
wi Sunni Islam (Pomaks), Catholic an Protestant minorities
Relatit ethnic groups
Ither Sooth Slavs, especially Macedonies[43]

^ a: The 2011 census figure was 5,664,624.[44] The question on ethnicity wis voluntarily an 10% o the population didna declare ony ethnicity,[45] thus the figur is considert insufficient an ethnic Bulgaries are estimatit at aroond 6 million.[46]
^ b: Addeetional nummer o ethnic Bulgaries didna declare thair ethnic group an releegion at the same time at the census so these census stateestics excludes a signeeficant nummer o irreleegious fowk (31% o Bulgarie's population.)[44]

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