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In Bulgaria after the Unification
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30 April 2020

In Bulgaria after the Unification

The book dedicated to Bulgaria is from the early ones in this series (1889) and contains touches from the creative portrait of its author, but also authentic evidence of the political and social situation in the country, as well as comments on its external relations and their perspectives. "In Bulgaria after the Unification" is an essay that combines elements of travelogue and reportage. With a keen eye for detail and well-intentioned objectivity, the author talks about his journey by rail to Sofia, about the infrastructure of the capital, about his brief visit to Plovdiv to the "Balkan Neapolitans", about his talks with Prince Ferdinand, Georgi Stranski, Count De Greno, and for a memorable and emotional meeting with Stefan Stambolov.

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Giuseppe Modrić was born most probably in 1855 in Zadar. He was an author and journalist who traveled in Europe (from Dalmatia to Russia) and South America (Argentina). He combines his journalistic gift with a curiosity about the world and a love for travel. Modrić has undertaken a number of tours around Europe and around the world. Endowed with adventurous attitude and reporter observation, he excellently systematized his impressions in diaries and travelogues. Among his notable titles are La Dalmazia: Romana Veneta Moderna; Note e Ricordi di Viaggio and Repubblica Argentina: Note di Viaggio da Buenos Aires Alla Terra del Fuoco.

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