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In this rubric are represented documents with basic significance or fateful importance for the system of state during different periods of Third Bulgarian state's history. The originals are preserved in Central state archives' funds.


  1. Map of Bulgaria according to the treaty of San Stephano.
  2. Board with the delegates of constituent assembly in Veliko Tarnovo 1879.
  3. Tirnovo constitution, 1879.
  4. Proclamation for the building of Temporary government in Plovdiv. Plovdiv, 6th September 1885.
  5. Temporary government's telegram from Plovdiv to royal prince Alexander I concerning the proclamation of the Union of Eastern Rumelia with the Bulgarian Principality in 1885. Plovdiv, 6th September 1885.
  6. Telegram of royal Prince Alexander I to the prime minister of Bulgarian principality Petko Karavelov concerning the accepting and the support of the Union. Varna, 6th September 1885.
  7. Manifest for the promulgation of Serbia-Bulgarian war. Plovdiv, 2nd November 1885.
  8. Royal prince Ferdinand's decree for approval of the Law for Constitution' change. Sofia 15th December 1892.
  9. Manifest for the proclamation of Bulgarian independence. 22nd September 1908.
  10. Constitution of Bulgarian kingdom, well known as Silver constitution. 1911.
  11. Manifest for the proclamation of Balkan war. Sofia, 5th October 1912
  12. Peace treaty of London. 17th May 1913.
  13. Manifest for the proclamation of war to Serbia. Sofia, 1st October 1915
  14. Peace treaty of Neuilly. 27th November 1919.
  15. Map of Bulgarian borders to Istanbul conference in 1876 till the Peace treaty of Neuilly. 1919.
  16. Rumanian government' Ratification of the Treaty between Romania and Bulgaria, signed on 7th September 1940 in Kraiova. Bucharest, 14th September 1940.
  17. Exchange protocol of ratification tools of the treaty between Romania and Bulgaria, signed on 7th September 1940 in Kraiova. Bucharest, 14th September 1940.
  18. Written statement for the joining of Bulgaria to the Tripartite pact. Vienna, 1st March 1941.
  19. Law-project for referendum concerning the monarchy' abolition and the proclaiming of Popular republic, Great assembly' calling, approved by the Council of ministers on 22nd July 1946.
  20. Supreme court of appeal's definition concerning the results of the referendum to 8th September 1946 for the monarchy' abolition and the proclaiming of Bulgaria as Popular republic. Sofia, 14th September 1946.
  21. Active constitution of Republic of Bulgaria, adopted by the Great national assembly on 9th July 1991.