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Old 04-18-2019, 09:08 AM   #377
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Originally Posted by Risto the Great View Post
There are many in South Australia. From all over the place. Some from Pirin. They seemed to have arrived slightly earlier than the Egejci. They assimilated very quickly and haven't given much pain to the Macedonians.
Interesting RTG, I wonder if Bulgarian Australians were in much greater number and there was a significant part of them more recently migrated how much of a pain they would have been to us Macedonians here in Australia. I feel like if they weren't on the Greeks level then they would most probably have been not far behind them. Or perhaps they could have just been like the Serbian and Albanian communities here in Australia, where there is some underlying tension but they never really get involved with us or give us much grief, at least not on any official level like Greeks do.
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