Geometry. Golden proportions in the Bulgarian architecture. “ Golden section ” from ancient times until today expresses the relationship between mathematic and architecture .
Golden proportions in the Bulgarian architecture
It is known as the“golden proportion,golden rationordivine proportion” . The golden section is a line segment divided according to the golden ratio: The total length a + b is to the length of the longer segment a as the length of a is to the length of the shorter segment b.
(A+B)/A = A/B
Denoted with the Bulgarian letter: “Ф”
1 + √ 5
Golden ratio is found in many of the
most famous works of art.
It has been used in the Bulgarian construction and during the building of Bulgarian churches.
The second capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom is found on the Ticha river, where at the time of Khan Omurtag where a palace and a fortress had been build. It had been established by Tsar Simeon. The fortress consisted of external and internal defense system.
It is the biggest church in the Balkan peninsula, which is built according the Golden Ratio.