Makedonia (Bulgarian newspaper)

Makedonia (Bulgarian newspaper)
Title page of the 4 July 1870 issue of Makedonia

Makedonia (Bulgarian: Македония, originally spelled Македонія) was a Bulgarian newspaper edited and published by Petko Slaveykov in Istanbul with aim to help the foundation of an independent Bulgarian Church[1][2]. Started in 1866, Makedonia was one of the first Bulgarian newspapers and among the most popular at the time[3][4]; it published news items, articles and discussion papers in the Bulgarian language and sometimes in the Greek language. It was stopped from printing in 1872 after the creation of the Bulgarian Exarchate.

See also

  • Makedonia (newspaper), newspaper in Greece.
  • Nova Makedonija (newspaper), newspaper in the Republic of Macedonia.


  1. ^ Bulgaria Encyclopedia, Volume 4, published by BAS, Sofia, 1984
  2. ^ "Биографични бележки - Петко Славейков". 
  3. ^ Македония - най-влиятелният възрожденски вестник в Турция (Macedonia - the most influential revivalist newspaper in Turkey), in: Borshukov, G. История на българската журналистика (History of Bulgarian Journalism), 1976 (new edition Paradoks 2003, ISBN 9545530634)
  4. ^ Огледало на народния дух (Mirror of the folk spirit), in: Gurkova, N. Върхове на българската журналистик (Highlights of Bulgarian Journalism), Vol. 1, Sofia, 1976.

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