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BULGARIA
SOFIA PROVINCE
SOFIA AIRPORT
AHTOPOL
ALFATAR
ANTONOVO
APRILTSI
ARDA RIVER
ARDINO
AREA
ASENOVGRAD
BALCHIK
BANKYA
BATAK
BATANOVTSI
BELENE
BELITSA
BELOGRADCHIK
BELOSLAV
BELOVO
BERKOVITSA
BLAGOEVGRAD
BLAGOEVGRAD PROVINCE
BOBOSHEVO
BOBOV DOL
BOLYAROVO
BOYCHINOVTSI
BOZHURISHTE
BRATSIGOVO
BREZNIK
BREZOVO
BRUSARTSI
BURGAS
BYALA CHERKVA
BYALA SLATINA
COUNTY
DIMITROVGRAD
DOBRICH
DOBRICH PROVINCE
DOLEN
DRYANOVO
DZHEBEL
ELHOVO
ERMA REKA
GABROVO
HASKOVO
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Bulgaria

  1. BULGARIA is a unique combination of beautiful and varied nature and ancient culture.
  2. BULGARIA is the latest property hot spot for Britons seeking a holiday home abroad, according to new figures. (Web site)
  3. Bulgaria - a photo journey.
  4. Bulgaria - an ancient land As a state established by khan Asparoukh, Bulgaria has been existing for more than 13 centuries. (Web site)
  5. Bulgaria are third world power.

Sofia Province

  1. Sofia Province is a province ( oblast) of Bulgaria.

Sofia Airport

  1. Sofia airport is a 1 hour drive from Borovets, while Plovdiv is about 90 minutes away.
  2. Sofia airport is a modern, comfortable airport with a nice feel to it. (Web site)
  3. Sofia airport is the starting point for all tourist visiting Borovets and Bansko, Rila and Pirin Mountains.

Ahtopol

  1. Ahtopol - The town of Ahtopol, situated on a rocky peninsula, is 16km distant from Tsarevo.
  2. Ahtopol is a beautiful quiet village on the Black sea coast.
  3. Ahtopol is a great place for people looking for a calm and relaxing vacation. (Web site)
  4. Ahtopol is a great place for people looking for a wonderfully calm vacation. (Web site)
  5. Ahtopol is a place blessed by God. (Web site)

Alfatar

  1. Alfatar is a small town, situated in the rural area in north-eastern Bulgaria. (Web site)

Antonovo

  1. Antonovo is a town in Northeastern Bulgaria.

Apriltsi

  1. Apriltsi is a picturesque town situated in central north Bulgaria at the foot of the highest peak in the Balkan Mountains - Botev, 2376 m. (Web site)
  2. Apriltsi is a populated place in Lovech, Bulgaria, Europe .
  3. Apriltsi is a small town near Troyan with great history and fascinating beauty.
  4. Apriltsi is a small town with about 4,700 populations.
  5. Apriltsi is a small town, settled at the foot of the Central Balkan Range.

Arda River

  1. Arda River is a transboundary river, which starts in Bulgaria and continues into Greece.
  2. Arda River is the biggest river in the Rhodopes. (Web site)
  3. The Arda River is a cross-border river shared by Bulgaria and Greece.

Ardino

  1. Ardino is a town in Southern Bulgaria, in the Rhodope Mountains.

Area

  1. The area is a famous agricultural region and the village is surrounded by fruit trees.
  2. The area is a famous hunting zone.
  3. The area is a perfect place for solitude and indulging rest among beautiful nature sceneries. (Web site)
  4. The area is a popular mountain resort also known for the typical local cuisine.
  5. The area is also a popular spa center with numerous mineral springs and an outdoor pool with mineral water.

Asenovgrad

  1. ASENOVGRAD is a town on Chepelarska River, 19 km south-east of Plovdiv. (Web site)
  2. Asenovgrad is a city located 100 kilometers ( 60 miles) southeast of Sofia, Bulgaria.
  3. Asenovgrad is a populated place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, Europe.
  4. Asenovgrad is a town close to the city of Plovdiv.
  5. Asenovgrad is a town in central southern Bulgaria.

Balchik

  1. Balchik - the city of Dionysos The ancient town of Balchik has a history spanning over 2,600 years. (Web site)
  2. Balchik is a 2600 years old town, a formerly Greek-Byzantine fortress Dionysopolis. (Web site)
  3. Balchik is a Black Sea coastal town in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria.
  4. Balchik is a center of municipality ( 22 settlements with a population of appr.
  5. Balchik is a lovely seaside town with many shops, seafront restaurants, a developing marina and a substantial UK ex-pat community.

Bankya

  1. Bankya is a famous spa resort six kilometres from Bulgaria-s capital, Sofia.
  2. Bankya is a famous spa resort, as well as Pancharevo and the baths in Sofia.
  3. Bankya is a picturesque town just 10 km west of Sofia and, depending on the time of day and week, is reachable in 10 to 40 minutes.
  4. Bankya is a small and picturesque town, 6 km west of Sofia.
  5. Bankya is a small picturesque town 17 km west of Sofia – the capital of Bulgaria.

Batak

  1. Batak is a municipal centre with 2 villages included and a total population of 7,480.It has rich cultural heritage.
  2. Batak is a municipal centre with 3 villages included and a total population of 7,480. (Web site)
  3. Batak is a town in Southern Bulgaria. (Web site)
  4. Batak was pronounced town in 1964 and has population of 4,019 people.

Batanovtsi

  1. Its main city is Pernik, while smaller towns include Radomir, Breznik, Tran, Batanovtsi and Zemen.
  2. N: 2275 This property is situated in the Bulgarian town of Batanovtsi.

Belene

  1. Belene is a threat and completely unnecessary for Bulgaria and for the region I live in.
  2. Belene is the construction site of Bulgaria's second NPP. Construction was stopped in 1990 over protest from environmentalists and lack of funds. (Web site)
  3. Belene was conceived in the early 1980s and construction began in 1985, shortly before the catastrophe of Chernobyl took place.
  4. Belene was proclaimed a town in 1964, which is celebrated every year in the first week of September with a market and cultural events. (Web site)
  5. Belene was started to be constructed with a VVER 1000 reactor. (Web site)

Belitsa

  1. Belitsa is a 40-minute drive from Bansko and the reserve is a further 16 km away.
  2. Belitsa is a populated locality in Sofiya, Bulgaria, Europe.
  3. Belitsa is a populated place in Khaskovo, Bulgaria, Europe.
  4. Belitsa is also known as Beliza.
  5. Belitsa is one of the smallest municipalities in southwestern Bulgaria.

Belogradchik

  1. Belogradchik is a city in northwestern Bulgaria in the Vidin Province. (Web site)
  2. Belogradchik is a small town and is easily and most enjoyably experienced on foot. (Web site)
  3. Belogradchik is a small town in NW Bulgaria, the poorest region in the country.
  4. Belogradchik is a town in north-west Bulgaria, picturesquely spread over the western part of the Balkan Mountains, 550 m above sea level. (Web site)
  5. Belogradchik is a town in the northwestern region of Bulgaria, it has a population of 6,700 and is located in the Vidin Province close to Dimovo.

Beloslav

  1. Beloslav is a transportation and industrial hub of national significance for Bulgaria and part of the Varna-Devnya Industrial Complex.
  2. Beloslav is a transportation and industrial hub of national significance, part of the Varna-Devnya Industrial Complex.
  3. Beloslav is a unique town because it is the only city in Bulgaria that does not have road access.
  4. Beloslav is an ancient settlement populated probably about 12,000 years ago.
  5. Beloslav is an industrial town 19 km west of downtown Varna and 5 km east of Devnya.

Belovo

  1. Belovo is a town that sits on the Maritsa River and at the eastern end of the Thracian Plain.

Berkovitsa

  1. Berkovitsa is a populated place in Montana, Bulgaria, Europe.
  2. Berkovitsa is a town in northwestern Bulgaria. (Web site)
  3. Berkovitsa is a very well developed Bulgarian town located at the foot of Western Stara Planina.
  4. Berkovitsa is an old settlement.
  5. Berkovitsa is the last railway station of the local railway line Boichinovtsi - Montana - Berkovitsa. (Web site)

Blagoevgrad

  1. Blagoevgrad is a major and important transport centre in this part of Bulgaria. (Web site)
  2. Blagoevgrad is a province of southwestern Bulgaria.
  3. Blagoevgrad is a regional center for both the national telecommunications and national television companies.
  4. Blagoevgrad is a small town in southwestern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Blagoevgrad Province, with a population of about 77,000.
  5. Blagoevgrad is a starting point for visits to the Pyramids of Stob, the antique fortresses by the village of Klisura, Selishte, Gabrovo and Tzerovo.

Blagoevgrad Province

  1. His memory is honoured especially among the descendants of Bulgarian refugees from Aegean Macedonia, as well as in Blagoevgrad Province.
  2. Razlog Razlog is a small town in the southwestern region of Bulgaria, in Blagoevgrad Province, also known as Pirin Macedonia. (Web site)
  3. Gotse Delchev (), is a town in Blagoevgrad Province of Bulgaria with a population of 23,573.

Boboshevo

  1. Boboshevo is a populated place in Kyustendil, Bulgaria, Europe.
  2. Boboshevo is a town in Western Bulgaria.

Bobov Dol

  1. Polymetal ores are excavated in Osogovo; brown coals in the famous Bobov dol mines.
  2. The third-largest town in the province (after Kyustendil and Dupnitsa), it is the administrative centre of Bobov Dol municipality. (Web site)
  3. Bobov Dol ( Bulgarian: ---------- ------; also Bobovdol, ----------------) is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, part of Kyustendil Province. (Web site)

Bolyarovo

  1. Bolyarovo is a town in Southeastern Bulgaria. (Web site)

Boychinovtsi

  1. Vratsa is an important railway station along the railway route Mezdra --- Boychinovtsi --- Brusartsi --- Vidin ( Lom). (Web site)
  2. It is a station on the local railway line Boychinovtsi - Montana - Berkovitsa.

Bozhurishte

  1. Bozhurishte is a populated place in Sofiya, Bulgaria, Europe.
  2. Bozhurishte is a town and a municipality which includes 10 settlements with 6825 residents.
  3. Bozhurishte is a town in western Bulgaria.

Bratsigovo

  1. Bratsigovo is a city with rich history.
  2. Bratsigovo is a town in Southern Bulgaria.

Breznik

  1. Breznik is a small town in Western Bulgaria, 50 km away from Sofia and 18 km from the district center Pernik.
  2. Breznik is a town 50 km away from Sofia and is close to the towns of Bankya and Pernik.
  3. Breznik is a town in western Bulgaria, 50 km away from Sofia.

Brezovo

  1. Brezovo is a town close to the town of Rakovski.
  2. Brezovo is the leader in Bulgaria with more than one million ducks per year. (Web site)

Brusartsi

  1. Brusartsi is a town in Northwestern Bulgaria.

Burgas

  1. Burgas is a Black Sea town in South-Eastern Bulgaria and a national seaside resort.
  2. Burgas is a successor of the Ancient Greek Ancient Greece is the term used to describe the Greek-speaking world in ancient times.
  3. Burgas is an important industrial, commercial, transport and tourist center.
  4. Burgas is an industrial and tourist center.
  5. Burgas is the 4th biggest city in Bulgaria and is administrative, trade and tourist center of south-east Bulgaria with International airport.

Byala Cherkva

  1. Byala Cherkva is a mountain climatic resort centre.
  2. Byala Cherkva was proclaimed a town in 1976 in honour of the 100 th anniversary of the April Uprising. (Web site)

Byala Slatina

  1. Byala Slatina is a railway station of the Cherven Bryag - Oryahovo track and a much-used bus connection. (Web site)

County

  1. The county was formed in 1836. (Web site)
  2. The county was organized in 1833 and named after Frederick Bates, the second governor of Missouri. (Web site)

Dimitrovgrad

  1. Dimitrovgrad is a town and a municipality in Haskovo Province of southern Bulgaria.
  2. Dimitrovgrad is one of the greenest towns in Bulgaria.
  3. Dimitrovgrad is one of the most planted with trees and shrubs towns in Bulgaria. (Web site)

Dobrich

  1. Dobrich - The town of Dobrich is situated 50km north of Varna and approximately 380 km from the capital Sofia.
  2. Dobrich is a city of about 111 000 people. (Web site)
  3. Dobrich is a major cultural center, it has Medical Institute, a symphony orchestra, theatre, many high and technical schools.
  4. Dobrich is a major shopping centre with the main square (25th September) and its approaches pedestrians. (Web site)
  5. Dobrich is a province in northeastern Bulgaria.

Dobrich Province

  1. Dobrich Province is a province in northeastern Bulgaria.

Dolen

  1. Dolen is a village in Southwestern Bulgaria.

Dryanovo

  1. Dryanovo is a part of a first- class highway named Ruse- Stara Zagora and a railway station connecting North and South Bulgaria.
  2. Dryanovo is a station of the main railway line Rousse – Gorna Oryahovitsa – Stara Zagora - Podkova.
  3. Dryanovo is the birthplace of the writers Racho Stoyanov, Atanas Smirnov and of the composer Todor Popov.

Dzhebel

  1. Dzhebel is a town in Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria. (Web site)

Elhovo

  1. Elhovo is a quiet beautiful Bulgarian city in the province of Yambol.
  2. Elhovo is a small town in the south-eastern part of Bulgaria, situated along the valley of the Lower Toundzha River.
  3. Elhovo is the last railway station (tel.: 0478 2494) on the railway line Yambol-Elhovo connecting the town with the national railway system. (Web site)
  4. Elhovo is the last railway station on the railway line Yambol-Elhovo connecting the town with the national railway system. (Web site)

Erma Reka

  1. Erma Reka is a village in southern Bulgaria , Zlatograd municipality, near Greece border. (Web site)

Gabrovo

  1. Gabrovo is a key point of departure for hiking routes around the Shipka Balkan Mountain (refer to the Stara Planina related chapter herein). (Web site)
  2. Gabrovo is a Municipality and District Centre of about 75,300 inhabitants, the climate is semi continental with mild winters and cool summers.
  3. Gabrovo is a key point of departure for hiking routes around the Shipka Balkan Mountain. (Web site)
  4. Gabrovo is a small province lying at the geographical centre of Bulgaria.
  5. Gabrovo is a town in central northern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Gabrovo Province.
  6. Gabrovo is a town in central northern Bulgaria. (Web site)

Haskovo

  1. Haskovo is a province in southern Bulgaria, neighbouring Greece and Turkey to the south east.
  2. Haskovo is a regional municipal center. (Web site)
  3. Haskovo is a town in Bulgaria .
  4. Haskovo is a town in southeastern Bulgaria. (Web site)
  5. Haskovo is one of the oldest residential places within the territory of contemporary Bulgaria. (Web site)

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