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The Bulgarian Wikipedia (Bulgarian: Българоезична Уикипедия) is the Bulgarian language edition of Wikipedia. As of 17 March 2014 it had 158996 articles. It was founded on 6 December 2003. On 24 May 2010, it became the 32nd largest Wikipedia by size and it passed the 100,000 articles threshold. It passed the 150,000 articles threshold on 17 July 2013.
Bulgarian web award received in 2009, Bulgarian Wikipedia was nominated Bg Site for its contributions to the development of the Bulgarian web.
The Bulgarian Wikipedia was created on 6 December 2003. On 24 November 2005, the Bulgarian language Wikipedia added its 20,000th article, and was the 21st largest Wikipedia at the time. On 26 December 2007 it was the 30th largest Wikipedia by article count, with over 50,000 articles. In 24 May 2010, the distinctive Wikipedia globe logo for the Bulgarian Wikipedia was temporarily altered to include the number 100,000 to commemorate the 100,000 article milestone. It became the 32nd largest Wikipedia by size.
Bulgarian Wikipedia has 52,096 registered users as of 28 September 2009 and has 28th place among other Wikipedias. In Bulgarian Wikipedia users can use Cyrillic letters for their usernames although the common practice is that the user name is registered in Latin alphabet and the scripture is in Cyrillic.