1 edition of Gazetteer of Bulgaria found in the catalog.
Gazetteer of Bulgaria
|Contributions||United States Board on Geographic Names., United States. Defense Mapping Agency.|
|LC Classifications||DR53 .G39 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 567 p. :|
|Number of Pages||567|
|LC Control Number||87602414|
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The Columbia Gazetteer of the World Online Tsar’s critics, it was as a result of his ineffectual rule that Boris II, his son and successor, was unable to defend Bulgaria’s sovereignty in This book—the first monograph devoted to Peter—was written by Bulgarian (Miliana Kaymakamova, Georgi N.
Nikolov, Angel Nikolov, and Nikolay. Roman (Роман) is a town in northwestern Bulgaria near the city of Pravets and about 90 km northeast of the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. It is located in Vratsa Province and is known for the big steel factory, producingtons of steel a year.
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Aleksandar Stoyanov Teodorov-Balan (Bulgarian: Александър Стоянов Теодоров-Балан; 27 October – 12 February ) was a Bulgarian linguist, historian and bibliographer. Balan was born in the village of Kubey, Russian Empire, today Chervonoarmiyske, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, to a Bessarabian Bulgarian family.
The Bulgarian general Georgi Todorov was his. Opalchentsi were Bulgarian voluntary army units, who took part in the Russo-Turkish War of – The people in these units were called opalchenets-pobornik roughly meaning "folk-" or "regiment-combatant".
The Bulgarian voluntary army units for the Russo-Turkish War were gathered after the manifesto of Alexander II of Russia, announcing the War.
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MacDermott considered that the Bulgarian expression preserved to this day "he kills the dog", in the meaning "he gives the orders", is a relic of the time when the Dulo Khan sacrificed a dog to the deity Tangra in the name of the whole community.