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List of Turkish exonyms in Bulgaria

Index List of Turkish exonyms in Bulgaria

List of Turkish exonyms in Bulgaria lists Turkish exonyms for places in Bulgaria. [1]

634 relations: Abrit, Agatovo, Ahryansko, Ahtopol, Aksakovo, Albantsi, Alcek, Aleko, Angelariy, Apriltsi, Ardino, Asen's Fortress, Asenovgrad, Atanasov, Atriplex, Austa, Avramov, Avren, Varna Province, Ayrovo, Aytos, Azmanite, Bagra, Kardzhali Province, Bagriltsi, Bagryanka, Balabanovo, Balchik, Balkans, Bansko, Baratsi, Bashtino, Batova, Bdintsi, Bektashi Order, Belgun, Dobrich Province, Beli Dol, Belite Brezi, Belogradchik, Belovo, Bulgaria, Berkovitsa, Bikovo, Bilka, Biser, Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Blagun, Blatets, Kyustendil Province, Blatino, Blatnitsa, Bliznets, Bogdan, Boil, ..., Bolyarino, Bolyarovo, Bolyartsi, Kardzhali Province, Borika, Borikovo, Borino, Borislavtsi, Borovitsa, Kardzhali Province, Borovo Municipality, Bulgaria, Borovsko, Kardzhali Province, Bostanite, Bostantsi, Botevgrad, Boyadzhik, Bozhak, Bratya Daskalovi, Brestovo, Blagoevgrad Province, Brusino Arsizio, Bryastovo, Dobrich Province, Buhovtsi, Buk, Bulgaria, Burgas, Byala Slatina, Chakalarovo, Chakaltsi, Chal, Chavdartsi, Lovech Province, Chavka, Chay Sudan, Chegantsi, Chelnik, Chepelare, Chepino Valley, Cherepovo, Cheresha, Chereshnitsa, Cherkaski, Cherna Niva, Cherni Rid, Cherni Vit, Cherni Vrah, Chernichino, Chernik, Chernogorovo, Pazardzhik Province, Chernomortsi, Chernoochene, Chernozem, Cherven (fortress), Cherven Bryag, Chichevo, Chilik, Chirpan, Chobanka, Chomakovo, Chorbadzhiysko, Chubrika, Chuchuliga, Chudomir, Chukarka, Chukarovo, Chuprene, Conop, Dabnik, Dabovets, Dabravino, Damyanitsa, Dazhdovnik, Dąbrowa Białostocka, Debar, Debelets, Debelt, Dedets, Dedina, Dermantsi, Devesilitsa, Devesilovo, Devetak, Devetintsi, Devin, Bulgaria, Devnya, Dimovo, Dinevo, Doborsko, Dobra Polyana, Dobrevo, Dobrich, Dobrin, Bulgaria, Dobrintsi, Dobrogled, Dobromir, Bulgaria, Dobromirtsi, Dobroselets, Dobrotino, Dobrotitsa, Dolishte, Dolna Oryahovitsa, Dolni Chiflik, Dolno Pole, Dolno Sadievo, Dolno Voyvodino, Dolnoseltsi, Domishte, Dondukovo, Donkino, Dositeevo, Dospat, Doyrantsi, Drachevo, Dragantsi, Dragomir, Dragovo, Bulgaria, Dragoynovo, Drangovo, Drazhevo, Drenovets, Druzhintsi, Dryankovets, Dryanovo, DShK, Dulovo, Bulgaria, Dunavtsi, Dupnitsa, Dushinkovo, Dve Mogili, Dyadovsko, Dyadovtsi, Dyulino, Dyulitsa, Dzhanka, Dzhebel, Dzhelepsko, Edil, Elhovo, Elshitsa, Enchets, Enevo, Ernak, Etropole, Ezerets, Blagoevgrad Province, Fort Wayne Komets, Gabar, Burgas Province, Gaber, Dobrich Province, Gabra, Sofia Province, Gabrovo, Galabets, Burgas Province, Galabovo, Garvanovo, Górsko, Greater Poland Voivodeship, General Geshevo, General Kantardzhievo, General Toshevo, Generalovo, Geshanovo, Glavatartsi, Glavinitsa, Gledka, Glodzhevo, Gluhar, Glumovo, Gnyazdovo, Godparent, Golemantsi, Golemo Selo, Golesh, Golobrad, Golobradovo, Golyam Devesil, Golyama Chinka, Golyama Dolina, Golyamo Asenovo, Golyamo Bukovo, Golyamo Kamenyane, Gorna Kula, Gorna Oryahovitsa, Gorna Rositsa, Gorni Glavanak, Gorno Aleksandrovo, Gorno Pavlikene, Gorno Pole, Gorno Voyvodino, Gorno Yabalkovo, Gornoseltsi, Gorsko Dyulevo, Gorsko Slivovo, Gorun, Goryani, Gotse Delchev, Blagoevgrad Province, Gradsko, Bulgaria, Graf Ignatievo, Granitets, Grivka, Grivyak, Grozden, Gruevo, Gugutka, Guliya, Guliyka, Gurgulitsa, Gurkovo, Gusle, Hadzhidimitrovo, Hadzhidimovo, Hadzhiysko, Hambar, Harmanli, Haskovo, Hayredin, Hisarya, Bulgaria, Hitovo, Hitrino, Hodzhovtsi, Hrastovo, Hvostyane, Ihtiman, Ilinitsa, Iliysko, Indzhe Voyvoda, Iskra, Isperih, Ivanovo, Ivantsi, Ivaylo of Bulgaria, Ivaylovgrad, Izvornik, Izvorsko, Kabile, Kachulka, Kalaydzhievo, Kaliakra, Kalofer, Kaloyan of Bulgaria, Kaloyanovo, Plovdiv Province, Kaloyantsi, Kalugerovo, Haskovo Province, Kamchiya, Kamen, Kamen Bryag, Kamenar, Burgas Province, Kamenartsi, Kameno, Kamenovo, Kamensko, Kamenyane, Kamilski Dol, Kandilka, Kanino, Kanyak, Kaolinovo, Kapitan Andreevo, Kapitan Dimitrovo, Karamantsi, Karamfil, Karanovo, Burgas Province, Karchovsko, Kardam, Dobrich Province, Kardzhali, Karlovo, Karnobat, Karpachevo, Kaspichan, Kastoria, Kavarna, Kavrakirovo, Kaynardzha, Kazanlak, Kazashka Reka, Kazashko, Kazatsite, Kermen, Kilifarevo, Kirkovo, Kitka, Kitnitsa, Kliment, Klimentovo, Veliko Tarnovo Province, Klokotnitsa (Haskovo), Knezha, Knizhovnik, Knyazhevo, Kobilyane, Kochmar, Koil, Kolari, Kolartsi, Kolárovo, Komuniga, Konche, Kondovo, Bulgaria, Konevets, Konstantin, Konstantinovo, Haskovo Province, Koprivshtitsa, Koren, Koriten, Kos, Kosara, Kosharitsa, Kosovets, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Kostilkovo, Kostino, Bulgaria, Kosturino, Bulgaria, Kotel, Bulgaria, Kotlari, Kotlentsi, Kovach, Stara Zagora Province, Kovachevitsa, Kovachevtsi, Pernik Province, Kovachitsa, Koynare, Kozare, Bulgaria, Kozhuhartsi, Kozichino, Kozitsa, Kozlets, Kozloduy, Kozloduytsi, Kozma, Krakra of Pernik, Kralevo, Haskovo Province, Kran, Kardzhali Province, Krasen, Krasimir, Krasino, Bulgaria, Krepost, Haskovo Province, Krilatitsa, Krin, Krivo Pole, Kroyachevo, Kruševo, Krumovgrad, Krumovo, Krumovo Gradishte, Krupen, Krushak, Krushari, Krushevets, Krushevska, Krushka, Kubrat, Kukuryak, Kula, Bulgaria, Kulata, Kumanovo, Kuptsite, Kyosevo, Kyustendil, Ladarevo, Laka, Latinka, Kardzhali Province, Lenishte, Lenovo, Lensko, Leshnikovo, Leshnitsa, Blagoevgrad Province, Leshtarka, Lesnovo, Sofia Province, Letnitsa, Letovnik, Levski, Pleven Province, Limets, List of Donkey Kong characters, List of Turkish exonyms, Lokvata, Lom Municipality, Lovchantsi, Lovech, Lozenets, Dobrich Province, Lozengradtsi, Loznitsa, Lozovo, Ludogorie, Ludza, Lukovit, Lulichka, Lyaskovets, Lyaskovo, Dobrich Province, Lyuben Karavelovo, Lyubimets, Madan, Smolyan Province, Madrino, Madzhari, Madzharovo, Maglene, Maglizh, Mahalata, Mak, Kardzhali Province, Makak, Makedontsi, Malak Devesil, Mali izvor, Malinka, Gmina Wydminy, Malka Chinka, Malka Polyana, Malka Smolnitsa, Malki Voden, Malko Asenovo, Malko Gradishte, Malko Kamenyane, Malko Popovo, Malko Tarnovo, Malkoch, Malo Konare, Malomirovo, Marchino, Marinka (village), Marino Pole, Maritsa, Martino, Kardzhali Province, Maslinovo, Maystorovo, Mead, Meanings of minor planet names: 14001–15000, Meden Buk, Meden Rudnik, Medovets, Melnik, Bulgaria, Metlichina, Metlichka, Metlika, Mezdra, Mihaltsi, Miladinovtsi, Dobrich Province, Mineralni Bani, Minzuhar, Mirovo, Mishevsko, Mladezhko, Mladinovo, Mlechino, Mogila, Mogilishte, Momchil, Momchilgrad, Momchilovtsi, Momina Salza, Momino, Momkovo, Montana, Bulgaria, Moryantsi, Mostich, Murgovo, Musevo, Nadezhda, Sofia, Nebeska, Nedelino, Nedelkovo, Nenkovo, Neofit Rilski, Nesebar, Neykovo, Nikola Kozlevo, Nikolaevo, Nikopol, Bulgaria, Nochevo, Nova Kamena, Nova Livada, Nova Zagora, Novak, Novi Pazar, Shumen Province, Novo Selo, Vidin Province, Obzor, Odartsi, Ograzhden, Dobrich Province, Ohlyuvets, Omurtag (town), Opaka, Oreshari, Oreshets, Haskovo Province, Oreshino, Oreshnik, Oreshnitsa, Orizare, Orlyak, Orlyane, Oryahovo, Ovchari, Ovchepoltsi, Ovchevo, Oven, Paisius of Hilendar, Panagyurishte, Parvomay, Pazardzhik, Pernik, Perushtitsa, Peshtera, Pesnopoy, Petko Slaveykov, Petrich, Petrino, Pishurka, Planinets, Pleven, Pliska, Plovdiv, Pobit Kamak, Kyustendil Province, Podgorets, Podgorica, Podrumche, Polkovnik Dyakovo, Polkovnik Savovo, Polkovnik Sveshtarovo, Pomorie, Popovo, Bulgaria, Postnik, Potocharka, Potoche, Pravda, Pravdino, Pravdolyub, Preseka, Bulgaria, Prilep, Prohod, Prolaz, Prolom, Promise Me This, Provadia, Ptichar, Radnevo, Radomir (town), Rakitovo, Rakovski (town), Razgrad, Razlog, Rila, Ruen, Ruse, Bulgaria, Rusokastro, Sadovo, Saedinenie, Plovdiv Province, Samokov, Samuil (village), Sevlievo, Shabla, Shipka (town), Shoghakat, Armenia, Shumen, Silistra, Simeonovgrad, Simitli, Sinemorets, Sitovo, Silistra Province, Sliven, Smolyan, Sofia, Sozopol, Sredets, Stamboliyski, Stambolovo, Haskovo Province, Stara Zagora, Straldzha, Strazhitsa, Strelcha, Struma (river), Suhindol, Sungurlare, Suvorovo, Svilengrad, Svishtov, Targovishte, Tervel of Bulgaria, Teteven, Topolovgrad, Tran, Bulgaria, Tryavna, Tsar Kaloyan, Razgrad Province, Tsarevo, Tundzha Municipality, Tutrakan, Varna, Veliki Preslav, Veliko Tarnovo, Velingrad, Venets, Shumen Province, Vetovo, Vetrino, Vidin, Vratsa, Yakoruda, Yambol, Zlatitsa, Zlatograd. 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Abrit

Abrit is a village in Krushari Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Agatovo

Agatovo is a village in Sevlievo Municipality, Gabrovo Province, northern central Bulgaria.

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Ahryansko

Ahryansko (Ахрянско) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Ahtopol

Ahtopol (Ахтопол) is a town and seaside resort on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.

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Aksakovo

Aksakovo (Аксаково) is a town in Varna Province, Northeastern Bulgaria.

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Albantsi

Albantsi (Албанци) is a village in the municipality of Dzhebel, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Alcek

Alcek or Alzeco was allegedly a son of Kubrat and led the Altsikurs to Ravenna that later settled in the villages of Gallo Matese, Sepino, Boiano and Isernia in the Matese mountains of central Italy.

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Aleko

The Moskvitch-2141, also known under the trade name Aleko (Russian: "АЛЕКО", derivative from the name of the automaker "Автомобильный завод имени Ленинского Комсомола", Avtomobilny zavod imeni Leninskogo Komsomola, meaning "Automotive Factory of Lenin's Komsomol"), is a Russian mid-size car that was first announced in 1985 and sold in the Soviet Union and its successor states between 1986 and 1997 by the now defunct Moskvitch Company, based in Moscow, Russia.

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Angelariy

Angelariy is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Apriltsi

Apriltsi (Априлци) is a small town in Lovech Province, Central-North Bulgaria, located in the vicinity of the highest part of Stara Planina mountain.

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Ardino

Ardino (Ардино, formerly Eğridere) is a town in Southern Bulgaria, in the Rhodope Mountains.

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Asen's Fortress

Asen's Fortress (Асенова крепост, Asenova krepost), identified by some researchers as Petrich (Петрич), is a medieval fortress in the Bulgarian Rhodope Mountains, south of the town of Asenovgrad, on a high rocky ridge on the left bank of the Asenitsa River.

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Asenovgrad

Asenovgrad (Асеновград, until 1934 Stanimaka, Станимака; Στενήμαχος) is a town in central southern Bulgaria, part of Plovdiv Province.

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Atanasov

Atanasov (Cyrillic: Атанасов), feminine Atanasova (Cyrillic:Атанасова), also transliterated as Atanassov/Atanassova, is a Bulgarian-language surname, derived from the name Atanas.

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Atriplex

Atriplex is a plant genus of 250–300 species, known by the common names of saltbush and orache (or orach).

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Austa

Austa is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Avramov

Avramov is a Bulgarian-language surname.

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Avren, Varna Province

Avren (Аврен, pronounced) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province.

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Ayrovo

Ayrovo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Aytos

Aytos (Айтос), sometimes written Aitos and Ajtos, is a town located in eastern Bulgaria some 30 kilometers from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and belonging to the administrative boundaries of Burgas Province.

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Azmanite

Azmanite is a village in Tryavna Municipality, in Gabrovo Province, in northern central Bulgaria.

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Bagra, Kardzhali Province

Bagra is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Bagriltsi

Bagriltsi is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Bagryanka

Bagryanka is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Balabanovo

Balabanovo (Балабаново) is the name of several inhabited localities in Russia.

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Balchik

Balchik (Балчик, Balcic) is a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria.

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Balkans

The Balkans, or the Balkan Peninsula, is a geographic area in southeastern Europe with various and disputed definitions.

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Bansko

Bansko (Банско) is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at an elevation of 927 m above sea level.

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Baratsi

Baratsi is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Bashtino

Bashtino is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Batova

The Batova (Батова) is a river in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Bdintsi

Bdintsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka in Dobrich Province, which is located in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Bektashi Order

Bektashi Order or Shī‘ah Imāmī Alevī-Bektāshī Ṭarīqah (Tarikati Bektashi; Bektaşi Tarîkatı) is a dervish order (tariqat) named after the 13th century Alevi Wali (saint) Haji Bektash Veli from Khorasan, but founded by Balım Sultan.

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Belgun, Dobrich Province

Belgun (Белгун, historical name: Duranlar) is a village in Kavarna Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Beli Dol

Beli Dol is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Belite Brezi

Belite Brezi,(Bulgarian:Белите Брези or Бели Брези:Beli Brezi) is a natural reserve in Rhodopes.

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Belogradchik

Belogradchik (Белоградчик) is a town in Vidin Province, Northwestern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of the homonymous Belogradchik Municipality.

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Belovo, Bulgaria

Belovo (Bulgarian Белово) is a town in South West Bulgaria.

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Berkovitsa

Berkovitsa (Берковица) is a town and ski resort in northwestern Bulgaria.

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Bikovo

Bikovo (Биково) is a village located in the Subotica municipality, in the North Bačka District of Serbia.

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Bilka

Bilka is a Danish chain of hypermarkets.

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Biser, Bulgaria

Biser is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Blagoevgrad

Blagoevgrad (Bulgarian: Благо̀евград) is а city in southwestern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Blagoevgrad Municipality and of Blagoevgrad Province, with a population of 70,881 inhabitants.

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Blagun

Blagun is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Blatets, Kyustendil Province

Blatets is a village in Kyustendil Municipality, Kyustendil Province, south-western Bulgaria.

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Blatino

Blatino (Блатино) is a village in Dupnitsa Municipality, Kyustendil Province, south-western Bulgaria.

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Blatnitsa

Blatnitsa (Блатница) is a small village in the Strelcha municipality, western Bulgaria.

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Bliznets

Bliznets (Близнец) is a stratovolcano in central Kamchatka.

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Bogdan

Bogdan or Bohdan (Cyrillic: Богдан) is a Slavic masculine name that appears in Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Romania, Serbia, Moldova and Poland.

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Boil

A boil, also called a furuncle, is a deep folliculitis, infection of the hair follicle.

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Bolyarino

Bolyarino is a village in Southern Bulgaria.

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Bolyarovo

Bolyarovo (Болярово) is a small town in Yambol Province, located not far from the border with Turkey.

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Bolyartsi, Kardzhali Province

Bolyartsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Borika

Borika (Борика) is a village in the Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Borikovo

Borikovo (Бориково) is a village in the municipality of Smolyan, located in the Smolyan Province of southern Bulgaria.

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Borino

Borino (Борино, Karabulak) is a village of Smolyan Province in southern Bulgaria, it is the administrative centre of Borino Municipality.

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Borislavtsi

Borislavtsi is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Borovitsa, Kardzhali Province

Borovitsa (Боровица) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Borovo Municipality, Bulgaria

Borovo Municipality (Община Борово) is a small municipality (obshtina) in Ruse Province, Central-North Bulgaria, located along the right bank of Danube river in the Danubian Plain.

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Borovsko, Kardzhali Province

Borovsko (Боровско) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Bostanite

Bostanite is a former village in the municipality of Chuprene, in Vidin Province, in northwestern Bulgaria.

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Bostantsi

Bostantsi (Бостанци) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Botevgrad

Botevgrad (Ботевград), is a town in western Bulgaria.

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Boyadzhik

Boyadzhik (Бояджик) is a village in Tundzha Municipality of Yambol Province, Bulgaria.

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Bozhak

Bozhak is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Bratya Daskalovi

Bratya Daskalovi (Братя Даскалови, pronounced; also transliterated Bratja Daskalovi or Bratia Daskalovi) is a village in southern Bulgaria, part of Stara Zagora Province with a population of 750 inhabitants as of December 2009.

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Brestovo, Blagoevgrad Province

Brestovo, Blagoevgrad Province is a village in Simitli Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, in southwestern Bulgaria.

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Brusino Arsizio

Brusino Arsizio is a municipality in the district of Lugano in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland on the Lake of Lugano.

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Bryastovo, Dobrich Province

Bryastovo is a village in Balchik Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Buhovtsi

Buhovtsi (Буховци, also transcribed as Bukhovtsi, Buhovtzi or Buhovci) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, located in the Targovishte Municipality of the Targovishte Province.

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Buk

Buk (Buk, 1943-45: Buchenstadt) is a town in central Poland, situated in the Greater Poland Voivodeship (since 1999), previously in Poznań Voivodeship (1975–1998).

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Bulgaria

Bulgaria (България, tr.), officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Република България, tr.), is a country in southeastern Europe.

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Burgas

Burgas (Бургас), sometimes transliterated as Bourgas, is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the fourth-largest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna, with a population of 211,033 inhabitants, while 277,922 live in its urban area.

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Byala Slatina

Byala Slatina (Бяла Слатина) is a town in Northwestern Bulgaria.

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Chakalarovo

Chakalarovo is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chakaltsi

Chakaltsi is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chal

Chal, or shubat (шұбат), is a Turkic (especially Turkmen and Kazakh) beverage of fermented camel milk, sparkling white with a sour flavor, popular in Central Asia — particularly in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.

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Chavdartsi, Lovech Province

Chavdartsi is a village in Lovech Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Chavka

Chavka is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chay Sudan

Chay Sudan (چاي سودان, also Romanized as Chāy Sūdān; also known as Chāh Sūdān, Chūl, ‘Omūr, and Sūdān Chāy) is a village in Abdoliyeh-ye Sharqi Rural District, in the Central District of Ramshir County, Khuzestan Province, Iran.

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Chegantsi

Chegantsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chelnik

Chelnik (Bulgarian: Челник) - a village in South-Eastern Bulgaria in the Yambol Province, in the Tundzha Municipality.

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Chepelare

Chepelare (Чепеларе) is the principal town in Chepelare Municipality, part of Smolyan Province in Southern Bulgaria.

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Chepino Valley

The Chepino Valley (Chepinska kotlovina) or Chepino (Чепино) is the largest valley in the Rhodope Mountains in southern Bulgaria.

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Cherepovo

Cherepovo is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Cheresha

Cheresha is a village in Ruen Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Chereshnitsa

Chereshnitsa is a village in the municipality of Sandanski, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Cherkaski

Cherkaski is a village in Varshets Municipality, Montana Province, northwestern Bulgaria.

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Cherna Niva

Cherna Niva (Черна нива) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Cherni Rid

Cherni Rid is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Cherni Vit

Cherni Vit (Черни Вит, "Black Vit"") is a village in Teteven Municipality, Lovech Province, north central Bulgaria.

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Cherni Vrah

Cherni Vrah (Черни връх/ ‘Black Peak’) is the summit of Vitosha Mountain in Bulgaria.

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Chernichino

Chernichino is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Chernik

The surname Chernik, also Chernick, Czernik may refer to.

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Chernogorovo, Pazardzhik Province

Chernogorovo (Черногорово) is a large village in Pazardzhik Municipality, Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chernomortsi

Chernomortsi is a village in Shabla Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Chernoochene

Chernoochene (Черноочене, pronounced); is a village in central southern Bulgaria, part of Kardzhali Province.

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Chernozem

Chernozem (r; "black soil") is a black-colored soil containing a high percentage of humus (4% to 16%), and high percentages of phosphoric acids, phosphorus and ammonia.

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Cherven (fortress)

The stronghold of Cherven (Червен, "red") was one of the Second Bulgarian Empire's primary military, administrative, economic and cultural centres between the 12th and the 14th century.

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Cherven Bryag

Cherven bryag (Червен бряг Červen Brjag) is a town in northern Bulgaria, a capital of the Cherven Bryag municipality, Pleven Province.

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Chichevo

Chichevo is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chilik

Chilik is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chirpan

Chirpan (Чирпан) is a town on the Tekirska River in Stara Zagora Province of south-central Bulgaria.

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Chobanka

Chobanka is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chomakovo

Chomakovo is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chorbadzhiysko

Chorbadzhiysko (Bulgarian: Чорбаджийско, Turkish: Çorbacılar Köyü) is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Chubrika

Chubrika (Чубрика) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Chuchuliga

Chuchuliga is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Chudomir

Chudomir (March 25, 1890 – December 26, 1967), born Dimitar Hristov Chorbadjiev, was a Bulgarian writer and painter.

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Chukarka

Chukarka is a village in Aytos Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Chukarovo

Chukarovo is a village in the municipality of Topolovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Chuprene

Chuprene (Чупрене, pronounced) is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province.

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Conop

Conop (Konop) is a commune located in Arad County, Romania.

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Dabnik

Dabnik is a village in the municipality of Pomorie, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dabovets

Dabovets is a village in the municipality of Lyubimets, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dabravino

Dabravino is a village in the municipality of Avren, in Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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Damyanitsa

Damyanitsa is a village in the municipality of Sandanski, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Dazhdovnik

Dazhdovnik is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dąbrowa Białostocka

Dąbrowa Białostocka is a town in Sokółka County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, Poland.

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Debar

Debar (Дебaр; in Albanian; Dibër/Dibra or Dibra e Madhe) is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia, near the border with Albania, off the road from Struga to Gostivar.

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Debelets

Debelets (Дебелец) is a town in northern Bulgaria, part of Veliko Tarnovo Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Debelt

Debelt (Bulgarian: Дебелт) is a village in Burgas Province in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dedets

Dedets is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dedina

Dedina is a village in the municipality of Kruševac, Serbia.

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Dermantsi

Dermantsi is a village in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Devesilitsa

Devesilitsa is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Devesilovo

Devesilovo is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Devetak

Devetak is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Devetintsi

Devetintsi is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Devin, Bulgaria

Devin (Девин) is a spa town in Smolyan Province in the far south of Bulgaria.

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Devnya

Devnya (Девня) is a town in Varna Province, Northeastern Bulgaria, located about 25 km away to the west from the city of Varna and The Black Sea Coast.

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Dimovo

Dimovo (Димово) is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province.

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Dinevo

Dinevo is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Doborsko

Doborsko is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dobra Polyana

Dobra Polyana is a village in Ruen Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dobrevo

Dobrevo is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Dobrich

Dobrich (Добрич) is the eighth most populated city in Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Dobrich Province and the capital of the region of Southern Dobrudzha.

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Dobrin, Bulgaria

Dobrin, Bulgaria is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Dobrintsi

Dobrintsi is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dobrogled

Dobrogled is a village in Aksakovo Municipality, in Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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Dobromir, Bulgaria

Dobromir is a village in Ruen Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dobromirtsi

Dobromirtsi (Turkish: Emirler) is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dobroselets

Dobroselets is a village in the municipality of Topolovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dobrotino

Dobrotino (before 1934: Dag chiflik) is a mountainous roadside village in Gotse Delchev Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Dobrotitsa

Dobrotitsa (Добротица, pronounced; Dobrotici or Dobrotiţă; Τομπροτίτζας in contemporaneous Byzantine documents; Dobrodicie in contemporaneous Genoese documentsM. Balard, Actes de Kilia du notaire Antonio di Ponzo, 1360 in Genes et l'Outre-Mer, II, Paris, 1980) was a Bulgarian noble, ruler of the de facto independent Principality of Karvuna and the Kaliakra fortress from 1354 to 1379–1386.

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Dolishte

Dolishte is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dolna Oryahovitsa

Dolna Oryahovitsa (Долна Оряховица) is a town in northern Bulgaria, part of Gorna Oryahovitsa municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Dolni Chiflik

Dolni Chiflik (Долни чифлик, meaning "lower farm", Aşağı Çiftlik) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province, located near the Kamchiya River about 14 km away from the Black Sea coast.

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Dolno Pole

Dolno Pole is a village in Stambolovo Municipality, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dolno Sadievo

Dolno Sadievo is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dolno Voyvodino

Dolno Voyvodino is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dolnoseltsi

Dolnoseltsi is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Domishte

Domishte is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dondukovo

Dondukovo is a village in Brusartsi Municipality, Montana Province, north-western Bulgaria.

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Donkino

Donkino is a village in Tryavna Municipality, in Gabrovo Province, in northern central Bulgaria.

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Dositeevo

Dositeevo is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Dospat

Dospat (Доспат) is a town in the very south of Bulgaria, part of Smolyan Province, situated in the Rhodope Mountains, close to Dospat Dam.

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Doyrantsi

Doyrantsi (Дойранци) is a small hamlet in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Drachevo

Drachevo is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dragantsi

Dragantsi is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dragomir

Dragomir is a Slavic masculine name, mostly found in Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Russia, and Ukraine as well as Romania.

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Dragovo, Bulgaria

Dragovo is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dragoynovo

Dragoynovo (Драгойново) is a village in central southern Bulgaria, in the Parvomay municipality of Plovdiv Province.

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Drangovo

Drangovo is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Drazhevo

Drazhevo (Дражево, also transliterated: Drajevo) is a village in the southeast of Bulgaria, located in the Tundzha Municipality of the Yambol Province.

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Drenovets

Drenovets (Bulgarian: Дреновец) is a village in north-western Bulgaria.

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Druzhintsi

Druzhintsi is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dryankovets

Dryankovets is a village in the municipality of Aytos Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Dryanovo

Dryanovo (Дряново, Drjanovo) is a Bulgarian town situated at the northern foot of the Balkan Mountains in Gabrovo Province; amphitheatrically along the two banks of Dryanovo River, a tributary to the Yantra River.

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DShK

The DShK 1938 (ДШК, for Дегтярёва-Шпагина Крупнокалиберный, Degtyaryova-Shpagina Krupnokaliberny, "Degtyaryov-Shpagin Large-Calibre") is a Soviet heavy machine gun firing the 12.7×108mm cartridge.

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Dulovo, Bulgaria

Dulovo (Дулово, Akkadınlar, Accadânlar) is a town in Silistra Province in northeastern Bulgaria, the historical region of Southern Dobruja.

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Dunavtsi

Dunavtsi (Дунавци, "Danubians") is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Municipality, Vidin Province.

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Dupnitsa

Dupnitsa (publisher) is a town in western Bulgaria.

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Dushinkovo

Dushinkovo is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dve Mogili

Dve Mogili (Две могили, pronounced) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Ruse Province.

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Dyadovsko

Dyadovsko (Дядовско) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Dyadovtsi

Dyadovtsi (Дядовци) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Dyulino

Dyulino (Bulgarian: Дюлино) is a village in eastern Bulgaria.

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Dyulitsa

Dyulitsa is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dzhanka

Dzhanka (Джанка, "damson") is a village in Krumovgrad municipality, Kardzhali Province in the very south of Bulgaria, located in the Eastern Rhodopes.

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Dzhebel

Dzhebel or Djebel (Джебел, Cebel) is a town in Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Dzhelepsko

Djelepsko is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Edil

Edil is a given name.

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Elhovo

Elhovo (Елхово, from the Bulgarian word for "alder" and the placename suffix "-ovo") is a Bulgarian town in Yambol Province, located on the left bank of the Tundzha river, between Strandzha and Sakar mountains.

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Elshitsa

Elshitsa is a village in the Panagyurishte municipality, western Bulgaria with 970 inhabitants.

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Enchets

Enchets is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Enevo

Enevo is a provider of waste and recycling services.

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Ernak

Ernak was the last ruler of the Huns, and the third son of Attila.

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Etropole

Etropole (Етрополе) is a town in western Bulgaria, part of Sofia Province.

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Ezerets, Blagoevgrad Province

Ezerets is a village in Kresna Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Fort Wayne Komets

The Fort Wayne Komets are a minor league ice hockey team in the ECHL.

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Gabar, Burgas Province

Gabar is a village in Sozopol Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Gaber, Dobrich Province

Gaber is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Gabra, Sofia Province

Gabra (Габра), is a village in Western Bulgaria, part of Elin Pelin Municipality, Sofia Province.

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Gabrovo

Gabrovo (Габрово) is a city in central northern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Gabrovo Province.

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Galabets, Burgas Province

Galabets (Гълъбец) is a village in Pomorie Municipality, Burgas Province, Bulgaria.

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Galabovo

Galabovo (Гълъбово, from гълъб galab, "dove" + -ovo) is a town in south-central Bulgaria, part of Stara Zagora Province.

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Garvanovo

Garvanovo is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Górsko, Greater Poland Voivodeship

Górsko is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Przemęt, within Wolsztyn County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland.

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General Geshevo

General Geshevo is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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General Kantardzhievo

General Kantardzhievo is a village in Aksakovo Municipality, in Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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General Toshevo

General Toshevo (Генерал Тошево; Casim) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Dobrich Province.

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Generalovo

Generalovo is a village in the municipality of Svilengrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Geshanovo

Geshanovo is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Glavatartsi

Glavatartsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Glavinitsa

Glavinitsa (Главиница, pronounced; also transliterated Glavinica or Glavinitza) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Silistra Province.

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Gledka

Gledka is a village in Stambolovo Municipality, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Glodzhevo

Glodzhevo (Глоджево, also transliterated Glojevo or Glodjevo) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Vetovo Municipality, Rousse Province.

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Gluhar

Gluhar is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Glumovo

Glumovo is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Gnyazdovo

Gnyazdovo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Godparent

A godparent (also known as a sponsor), in many denominations of Christianity, is someone who bears witness to a child's baptism and then aids in their catechesis, as well as their lifelong spiritual formation.

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Golemantsi

Golemantsi is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Golemo Selo

Golemo Selo (Големо Село) is a small village located between the towns of Dupnitsa and Bobov Dol in Kyustendil Province, western Bulgaria.

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Golesh

Golesh is a mountain in central Kosovo, high, near the town of Kosovo Polje and Pristina International Airport.

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Golobrad

Golobrad (Голобрад) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Golobradovo

Golobradovo is a village in Stambolovo Municipality, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Golyam Devesil

Golyam Devesil is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Golyama Chinka

Golyama Chinka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Golyama Dolina

Golyama Dolina is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Golyamo Asenovo

Golyamo Asenovo is a village in the municipality of Dimitrovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Golyamo Bukovo

Golyamo Bukovo is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Golyamo Kamenyane

Golyamo Kamenyane is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Gorna Kula

Gorna kula (Горна кула) is a village in Kardzhali Province in the very south of Bulgaria, located in the Eastern Rhodopes on the banks of the river Krumovitsa.

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Gorna Oryahovitsa

Gorna Oryahovitsa (Горна Оряховица) is a town in northern Bulgaria, situated in Veliko Tarnovo Province, from Veliko Tarnovo.

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Gorna Rositsa

Gorna Rositsa is a village in the municipality of Sevlievo, in Gabrovo Province, in northern central Bulgaria.

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Gorni Glavanak

Gorni Glavanak is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Gorno Aleksandrovo

Gorno Aleksandrovo is a small village in the Sliven Municipality in Bulgaria.

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Gorno Pavlikene

Gorno Pavlikene is a village in Lovech Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Gorno Pole

Gorno Pole is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Gorno Voyvodino

Gorno Voyvodino is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Gorno Yabalkovo

Gorno Yabalkovo is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Gornoseltsi

Gornoseltsi is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Gorsko Dyulevo

Gorsko Dyulevo is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Gorsko Slivovo

Gorsko Slivovo is a village in Letnitsa Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Gorun

Gorun is a village in Shabla Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Goryani

The Goryani movement (Горянско движение) or Goryanstvo (горянство: Goryanism) was an active guerrilla resistance against the Bulgarian communist regime.

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Gotse Delchev, Blagoevgrad Province

Gotse Delchev (Гоце Делчев), is a town in Gotse Delchev Municipality in Blagoevgrad Province of Bulgaria with a population of 20,522.

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Gradsko, Bulgaria

Gradsko (Градско) is a small village in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Graf Ignatievo

Graf Ignatievo is a village in Maritsa Municipality, southern Bulgaria.

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Granitets

Granitets is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Grivka

Grivka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Grivyak

Grivyak is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Grozden

Grozden is a village in Sungurlare Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Gruevo

Gruevo is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Gugutka

Gugutka (Гугутка, "collared dove", Arnavutköy) is a village in southernmost Bulgaria, part of Ivaylovgrad municipality, Haskovo Province.

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Guliya

Guliya is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Guliyka

Guliyka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Gurgulitsa

Gurgulitsa is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Gurkovo

Gurkovo (Гурково) is a small town in the Stara Zagora Province, South-central Bulgaria.

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Gusle

The gusle (гусле, гусла, lahuta, lăuta) is a single-stringed musical instrument (and musical style) traditionally used in the Dinarides region of Southeastern Europe.

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Hadzhidimitrovo

Hadzhidimitrovo (or Hadzhi Dimitrovo) is an archaeological site near the city of Jambol in the southeast of Bulgaria where polished stone tools from the Late Neolithic were found.

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Hadzhidimovo

Hadzhidimovo (Хаджидимово) is a small town and the centre of Hadzhidimovo Municipality in Blagoevgrad Province, south-western Bulgaria.

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Hadzhiysko

Hadzhiysko is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Hambar

A hambar Aromanian: ambare, Bulgarian: хамбар (hambar) Danube Swabian German: hambar, Hungarian: hombár, Romanian: hambar or pătul, Russian: амбар (ambar), Serbian: ambar/амбар or čardak/чардак) is a corn crib or small building commonly used for storing and drying maize in the Balkans and the neighboring regions in the Pannonian plain and north of the Danube. The word comes from Turkish ambar, meaning "storehouse, warehouse, repository", from the Greek nautical term ἀμπάρι (ampari), meaning "stowage". The word and the concept are used in Europe as far north as Hungary and the White Sea in Russia. In Hebrew, the word אמבר (pronounced AMBAR) means a storage place for wheat. The word does not appear in the Bible. Image:Ambar 1.jpg|Ambar from 1888 in Banovci, Croatia during winter Image:Ambar 2.jpg|Ambar from 1888 in Banovci, Croatia during summer.

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Harmanli

Harmanli (Харманли, Harmanlı) is a town in Haskovo Province, South-central Bulgaria.

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Haskovo

Haskovo (Хасково, Hasköy) is a city and the administrative centre of the Haskovo Province in southern Bulgaria, not far from the borders with Greece and Turkey.

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Hayredin

Hayredin (Хайредин, pronounced; also transliterated Hajredin or Hairedin) is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province.

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Hisarya, Bulgaria

Hisarya (Bulgarian: Хисаря, also known as Hisar, Hissar or Hissarya, formerly: Toplitsa, Diocletianopolis or Augusta) is a small resort town in Bulgaria, in Plovdiv Province.

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Hitovo

Hitovo is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Hitrino

Hitrino (Хитрино, pronounced) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province.

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Hodzhovtsi

Hodzhovtsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Hrastovo

Hrastovo is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Hvostyane

Hvostyane is a compact village in Garmen Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Ihtiman

Ihtiman (Ихтиман) is a town in western Bulgaria, part of Sofia Province.

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Ilinitsa

Ilinitsa is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Iliysko

Iliysko is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Indzhe Voyvoda

Indzhe Voyvoda (Индже войвода) (c. 1755, Sliven – 1821, Sculeni) was a renowned leader (voivod) of an armed band of outlaws (hajduks) in Ottoman-held Bulgaria.

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Iskra

Iskra (И́скра,, Spark) was a political newspaper of Russian socialist emigrants established as the official organ of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP).

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Isperih

Isperih (Исперих; Kemallar) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Razgrad Province, situated in the central part of the Ludogorie region.

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Ivanovo

Ivanovo (p) is a city and the administrative center of Ivanovo Oblast, Russia, located from Moscow and approximately from Yaroslavl, Vladimir, and Kostroma.

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Ivantsi

Ivantsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Ivaylo of Bulgaria

Ivaylo, also spelled Ivailo, (Ивайло), nicknamed Bardokva ("radish" or "lettuce" in Bulgarian) or Lakhanas (Λαχανᾶς, "cabbage") in Greek, was a rebel leader and emperor (Tsar) of Bulgaria.

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Ivaylovgrad

Ivaylovgrad (Ивайловград, "city of Ivaylo") is a town in Haskovo Province in the very south-east of Bulgaria set near the river Arda in the easternmost part of the Rhodope Mountains.

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Izvornik

Izvornik (Изворник) is a village in Valchi Dol Municipality, Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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Izvorsko

Izvorsko is a village in Aksakovo Municipality, in Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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Kabile

Kabile (Кабиле), Cabyle, or Kabyle is a village in southeastern Bulgaria, part of the Tundzha municipality, Yambol Province.

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Kachulka

Kachulka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kalaydzhievo

Kalaydzhievo is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kaliakra

Kaliakra (Калиакра) is a long and narrow headland in the Southern Dobruja region of the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, east of Kavarna, northeast of Varna and southwest of Mangalia.

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Kalofer

Kalòfer is a town in central Bulgaria, located on the banks of the Tundzha between the Balkan Mountains to the north and the Sredna Gora to the south.

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Kaloyan of Bulgaria

Kaloyan, also known as Kalojan, Johannitsa or Ioannitsa (Калоян; 1170 – October 1207) was emperor (or tsar) of Bulgaria from 1196 to 1207.

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Kaloyanovo, Plovdiv Province

Kaloyanovo (Калояново) is a village in southern Bulgaria, and the administrative center of the Kaloyanovo Municipality in the Plovdiv Province.

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Kaloyantsi

Kaloyantsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kalugerovo, Haskovo Province

Kalugerovo, Haskovo Province is a village in the municipality of Simeonovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kamchiya

The Kamchiya (also Kamchia and Kamčija, Bulgarian: Камчия) is a river in eastern Bulgaria, the longest river on the Balkan Peninsula to flow directly into the Black Sea.

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Kamen

Kamen is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in the district Unna.

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Kamen Bryag

Kamen Bryag is a village in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kamenar, Burgas Province

Kamenar is a village in the municipality of Pomorie, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Kamenartsi

Kamenartsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kameno

Kameno (Камено, pronounced) is a small town in southeastern Bulgaria, part of Burgas Province.

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Kamenovo

Kamenovo is a village situated in Petrovac na Mlavi municipality in Serbia.

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Kamensko

Kamensko is a village in Sungurlare Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Kamenyane

Kamenyane is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kamilski Dol

Kamilski Dol is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kandilka

Kandilka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kanino

Kanino (Macedonian Cyrillic: Канино) is a village away from Bitola, which is the second-largest city in Macedonia.

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Kanyak

Kanyak (Каняк) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Kaolinovo

Kaolinovo (Каолиново, pronounced) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province.

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Kapitan Andreevo

Kapitan Andreevo (Капитан Андреево) is a village in Svilengrad municipality, Haskovo Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kapitan Dimitrovo

Kapitan Dimitrovo is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Karamantsi

Karamantsi is a village in the municipality of Mineralni bani, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Karamfil

Karamfil is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Karanovo, Burgas Province

Karanovo, is a village in the municipality of Aytos Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Karchovsko

Karchovsko is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kardam, Dobrich Province

Kardam (Кардам, Turkish and Arman) is a village in General Toshevo Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kardzhali

Kardzhali (Кърджали, Kǎrdžali; Kırcaali; Κάρτζαλι, Kártzali), sometimes spelt Kardzali or Kurdzhali, is a town in the Eastern Rhodopes in Bulgaria, centre of Kardzhali Municipality and Kardzhali Province.

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Karlovo

Kàrlovo (Карлово) is a picturesque and a historically important town in central Bulgaria located in a fertile valley along the river Stryama at the southern foot of the Balkan Mountains.

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Karnobat

Karnobat (Карнобат) is a town in the Burgas Province, Southeastern Bulgaria.

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Karpachevo

Karpachevo is a village in Letnitsa Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Kaspichan

Kaspichan (Каспичан) is a town in central northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province.

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Kastoria

Kastoria (Καστοριά, Kastoriá) is a city in northern Greece in the region of West Macedonia.

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Kavarna

Kavarna (Каварна, Cavarna) is a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Dobruja region of northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kavrakirovo

Kavrakirovo is a village in Petrich Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Kaynardzha

Kaynardzha (Кайнарджа, pronounced, Cainargeaua Mică, Kaynarca; also transliterated Kajnardža) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Silistra Province.

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Kazanlak

Kazanlak (Казанлъ̀к, Kazanlǎk, Thracian and Greek Σευθόπολις (Seuthopolis) is a Bulgarian town in Stara Zagora Province, located in the middle of the plain of the same name, at the foot of the Balkan mountain range, at the eastern end of the Rose Valley. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Kazanlak Municipality. The town is among the 15 biggest industrial centres in Bulgaria, with a population of 47,325 people as of Feb 2011. It is the center of rose oil extraction in Bulgaria and the oil-producing rose of Kazanlak is one of the most widely recognizable national symbols.

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Kazashka Reka

Kazashka Reka is a village in the municipality of Avren, in Varna Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kazashko

Kazashko (Bulgarian: Казашко) is a village in north-eastern Bulgaria.

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Kazatsite

Kazatsite is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kermen

Kermen is a small town in Sliven Municipality in Sliven Province, eastern Bulgaria.

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Kilifarevo

Kilifarevo (Килифарево) is a small town in central northern Bulgaria, administratively part of Veliko Tarnovo Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Kirkovo

Kirkovo (Кирково) is a village in Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria, near the Greek border.

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Kitka

Kitka Women's Vocal Ensemble is an Oakland, California-based all-female vocal ensemble focused on "Eastern European women’s vocal traditions".

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Kitnitsa

Kitnitsa (Китница) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Kliment

Kliment (Климент) is a male name, a Slavic form of the Late Latin male personal name Clement.

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Klimentovo, Veliko Tarnovo Province

Klimentovo is a village situated in Central North Bulgaria.

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Klokotnitsa (Haskovo)

Klokotnitsa is a village in southern Bulgaria near Haskovo.

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Knezha

Knezha (Кнежа, pronounced) is a town in Pleven Province, Northern Bulgaria.

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Knizhovnik

Knizhovnik is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Knyazhevo

Knyazhevo is a village in the municipality of Topolovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kobilyane

Kobilyane is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kochmar

Kochmar is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Koil

Koil or Koyil or Kovil, (meaning: residence of GodThe modern Tamil word for Hindu temple is kōvil (கோவில்) meaning " the residence of God". In ancient Tamil Nadu, the king (கோ, Kō) was considered to be a ‘representative of God on earth' and lived in a kōvil, which also means "king’s house". Old words for king like Kō (கோ "King"), Iṟai (இறை "Emperor") and Āṇṭavan (ஆண்டவன் "Conqueror") are now primarily used to refer to God.) is the Tamil term for a distinct style of Hindu temple with Dravidian architecture.

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Kolari

Kolari is a municipality of Finland at the Swedish border, which follows the Torne River, the longest free-flowing river in Europe.

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Kolartsi

Kolartsi is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kolárovo

Kolárovo (before 1948: Guta; Gúta or earlier Gutta) is a town in the south of Slovakia near the town of Komárno.

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Komuniga

Komuniga (Комунига) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Konche

Konche is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kondovo, Bulgaria

Kondovo is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Konevets

Konevets (Коневец; Konevitsa or Kononsaari) is an approximately 8.5-km² island famous as the site of the Konevsky Monastery.

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Konstantin

The first name Konstantin is a derivation from the Latin name Constantinus (Constantine) in some European languages, such as Russian and German.

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Konstantinovo, Haskovo Province

Konstantinovo, Haskovo Province is a village in the municipality of Simeonovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Koprivshtitsa

Koprivshtitsa (Копривщица, pronounced, from the Bulgarian word коприва, kopriva, meaning "nettle") is an historic town in the Koprivshtitsa Municipality in Sofia Province, central Bulgaria, lying on the Topolnitsa River among the Sredna Gora mountains.

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Koren

Koren is a surname or given name, which has multiple origins.

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Koriten

Koriten is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kos

Kos or Cos (Κως) is a Greek island, part of the Dodecanese island chain in the southeastern Aegean Sea, off the Anatolian coast of Turkey.

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Kosara

Kosara or Cossara was a Bulgarian noblewoman, related to Tsar Samuel of Bulgaria, who was married to Prince Jovan Vladimir of Duklja.

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Kosharitsa

Kosharitsa is a village, 6 km north-west from sandy beaches on Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

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Kosovets, Bulgaria

Kosovets, Bulgaria is a village in the municipality of Pomorie, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Kosovo

Kosovo (Kosova or Kosovë; Косово) is a partially recognised state and disputed territory in Southeastern Europe that declared independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo (Republika e Kosovës; Република Косово / Republika Kosovo).

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Kostilkovo

Kostilkovo is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kostino, Bulgaria

Kostino is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kosturino, Bulgaria

Kosturino is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kotel, Bulgaria

Kotel (Ко̀тел) is a town in central Bulgaria, part of Sliven Province.

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Kotlari

Kotlari is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kotlentsi

Kotlentsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kovach, Stara Zagora Province

Kovach (Ковач) is a village in the municipality of Radnevo, in Stara Zagora Province, Bulgaria.

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Kovachevitsa

Kovachevitsa (Ковачевица; also transliterated Kovachevica) is a village in Garmen Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Kovachevtsi, Pernik Province

Kovachevtsi (Ковачевци, pronounced; also transliterated Kovachevci) is a village in western Bulgaria, part of Pernik Province.

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Kovachitsa

Kovachitsa (Ковачица) is a village in northwestern Bulgaria.

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Koynare

Koynare (Койнаре, also transliterated as Kojnare or Koinare) is a town in northern Bulgaria, part of Cherven Bryag Municipality, Pleven Province.

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Kozare, Bulgaria

Kozare is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Kozhuhartsi

Kozhuhartsi is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kozichino

Kozichino is a village in the municipality of Pomorie, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Kozitsa

Kozitsa is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kozlets

Kozlets is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kozloduy

Kozloduy is a town of 13,771 inhabitants in northwest Bulgaria, located in Vratsa Province, on the Danube River.

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Kozloduytsi

Kozloduytsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Kozma

Kozma is a Hungarian surname.

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Krakra of Pernik

Krakra of Pernik (Кракра Пернишки, Krakra Pernishki), also known as Krakra Voevoda or simply Krakra, was an 11th-century feudal lord in the First Bulgarian Empire whose domain encompassed 36 fortresses in what is today southwestern Bulgaria, with his capital at Pernik.

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Kralevo, Haskovo Province

Kralevo is a village in Stambolovo Municipality, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kran, Kardzhali Province

Kran is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krasen

Krasen (Красен) or Krasen Kale (Красен Кале) is a Bulgarian fortress near the village of Bata in the Pazardzhik Province.

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Krasimir

Krasimir is a very popular Slavic origin given name derived from words: krasi "beauty, adornment" and mir "peace" or "world".

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Krasino, Bulgaria

Krasino is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krepost, Haskovo Province

Krepost, Haskovo Province is a village in the municipality of Dimitrovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Krilatitsa

Krilatitsa is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krin

Krin is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krivo Pole

Krivo Pole is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Kroyachevo

Kroyachevo (Кроячево) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Kruševo

Kruševo (Крушево,; Crushuva "Crușuva") is a town in Macedonia.

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Krumovgrad

Krumovgrad (Крумовград, Koşukavak) is a town in Kardzhali Province in the very south of Bulgaria, located in the Eastern Rhodopes on the banks of the river Krumovitsa.

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Krumovo

Krumovo (Крумово) is a village in the Plovdiv Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krumovo Gradishte

Krumovo Gradishte is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Krupen

Krupen is a village in Kavarna Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Krushak

Krushak ('Farmer') was an Odia-language weekly newspaper, published from Cuttack, India.

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Krushari

Krushari (Крушари, pronounced) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Dobrich Province.

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Krushevets

Krushevets is a village in Sozopol Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Krushevska

Krushevska is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Krushka

Krushka is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kubrat

Kubrat (Κοβρāτος, Kούβρατος; Кубрат) was the "ruler of the Onoğundur–Bulgars", credited with establishing the confederation of Old Great Bulgaria in c. 635.

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Kukuryak

Kukuryak is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kula, Bulgaria

Kula (Кула, "tower") is a town in northwestern Bulgaria.

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Kulata

Kulata (Кулата, "the tower") is a village in Petrich Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province, in southwestern Bulgaria.

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Kumanovo

Kumanovo (Куманово; also known by other alternative names) is a city in the Republic of Macedonia and is the seat of Kumanovo Municipality, the largest municipality in the country.

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Kuptsite

Kuptsite is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kyosevo

Kyosevo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Kyustendil

Kyustendil (Кюстендил) is a town in the far west of Bulgaria, the capital of the Kyustendil Province, a former bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see.

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Ladarevo

Ladarevo is a village in the municipality of Sandanski, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Laka

In Hawaiian mythology, Laka is the name of two different popular heroes from Polynesian mythology.

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Latinka, Kardzhali Province

Latinka (Латинка) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Lenishte

Lenishte (Ленище) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Lenovo

Lenovo Group Ltd. or Lenovo PC International, often shortened to Lenovo (formerly stylized as lenovo), is a Chinese multinational technology company with headquarters in Beijing, China and Morrisville, North Carolina.

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Lensko

Lensko is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Leshnikovo

Leshnikovo is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Leshnitsa, Blagoevgrad Province

Leshnitsa is a village in the municipality of Sandanski, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Leshtarka

Leshtarka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Lesnovo, Sofia Province

'Lesnovo' (Лесново) is a village in Central Western Bulgaria, part of Elin Pelin Municipality, Sofia Province.

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Letnitsa

Letnitsa (Летница, also transliterated Letnitza, Letnica) is a town in central northern Bulgaria, part of Lovech Province.

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Letovnik

Letovnik is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Levski, Pleven Province

Levski (Левски) is a town in central northern Bulgaria, an administrative center of the homonymous Levski Municipality in the very southeast of Pleven Province.

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Limets

Limets is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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List of Donkey Kong characters

This page lists all the characters from the Donkey Kong franchise.

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List of Turkish exonyms

An exonym is a place name, used by non-natives of that place, that differs from the official or native name for that place.

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Lokvata

Lokvata is a village in Bobov Dol Municipality, Kyustendil Province, south-western Bulgaria.

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Lom Municipality

Lom Municipality (Община Лом) is a frontier municipality (obshtina) in Montana Province, Northwestern Bulgaria, located along the right bank of Danube river in the Danubian Plain.

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Lovchantsi

Lovchantsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Lovech

Lovech (Ловеч,, international transliteration Loveč, Lovcea) is a city in north-central Bulgaria.

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Lozenets, Dobrich Province

Lozenets is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Lozengradtsi

Lozengradtsi is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Loznitsa

Loznitsa (Лозница, pronounced; also transliterated Loznica or Loznitza; Kubadın) is a small town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Razgrad Province, located in the geographic region of Ludogorie.

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Lozovo

Lozovo (Лозово) is a village in Republic of Macedonia.

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Ludogorie

The Ludogorie (Лудогорие, usually used with a definite article, Лудогорието, Ludogorieto) or Deliorman (Делиорман, Deliorman), all meaning "region of mad forests" (Bulgarian: lud - "mad", "crazy" and gora - "forest"), is a region in northeastern Bulgaria stretching over the plateau of the same name.

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Ludza

Ludza (Lucyn, Люцин, Lyucin) is a town in the Latgalia region of eastern Latvia.

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Lukovit

Lukovit (Луковит) is a town in northern Bulgaria, part of Lovech Province.

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Lulichka

Lulichka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Lyaskovets

Lyaskovets (Лясковец) is a town in central northern Bulgaria, located in homonymous municipality of Veliko Tarnovo Province, 10 km northeast of Veliko Tarnovo, 2 km southeast of Gorna Oryahovitsa and 5 km south of the Yantra River, north of the Balkan Mountains.

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Lyaskovo, Dobrich Province

Lyaskovo is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Lyuben Karavelovo

Lyuben Karavelovo (transliterated Ljuben Karavelovo) is a village in Aksakovo Municipality, in Varna Province, Bulgaria.

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Lyubimets

Lyubimets (Любимец) is a small town in Haskovo Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Madan, Smolyan Province

Madan (Мадан) is a town in Smolyan Province, the very south of Bulgaria in the Yellow Share of the Rhodope Mountains.

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Madrino

Madrino is a village in Karnobat Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Madzhari

Madzhari is a village in Stambolovo Municipality, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Madzharovo

Madzharovo (formerly Dupnitsa) is a small Bulgarian town in the Eastern Rhodopes, part of Haskovo Province, situated on the banks of the river Arda.

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Maglene

Maglene is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Maglizh

Maglizh (Мъглиж) is a town in Stara Zagora Province, South-central Bulgaria.

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Mahalata

Mahalata is a village in Strumyani Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, in southwestern Bulgaria.

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Mak, Kardzhali Province

Mak (Мак) is a small hamlet in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Makak

Makak is a town in central Cameroon, in Central province.

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Makedontsi

Makedontsi is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Malak Devesil

Malak Devesil is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Mali izvor

Mali izvor is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Malinka, Gmina Wydminy

Malinka (Birkfelde) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Wydminy, within Giżycko County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.

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Malka Chinka

Malka Chinka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Malka Polyana

Malka Polyana is a village in Aytos Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Malka Smolnitsa

Malka Smolnitsa is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Malki Voden

Malki Voden is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Malko Asenovo

Malko Asenovo is a village in the municipality of Dimitrovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Malko Gradishte

Malko Gradishte is a village in the municipality of Lyubimets, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Malko Kamenyane

Malko Kamenyane is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Malko Popovo

Malko Popovo is a village in the municipality of Madzharovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Malko Tarnovo

Malko Tarnovo (Малко Търново, "Little Tarnovo"; as opposed to Veliko Tarnovo) is a town in Burgas Province, southeastern Bulgaria, 5 km from the Turkish border.

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Malkoch

Malkoch is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Malo Konare

Malo Konare (Мало Конаре) is a village in Pazardzhik Municipality, Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Malomirovo

Malomirovo (Маломирово) is a village in the Yambol Province, south-eastern Bulgaria.

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Marchino

Marchino is a surname.

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Marinka (village)

Marinka is a village in Burgas Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Marino Pole

Marino pole (Марино поле) is a village in Petrich Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.

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Maritsa

The Maritsa, Meriç or Evros (Марица, Marica; Ἕβρος, Hébros; Έβρος, Évros; Hebrus; Romanized Thracian: Evgos or Ebros; Meriç) is, with a length of, the longest river that runs solely in the interior of the Balkans.

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Martino, Kardzhali Province

Martino is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Maslinovo

Maslinovo is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Maystorovo

Maystorovo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Mead

Mead (archaic and dialectal meath or meathe, from Old English medu) is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey with water, sometimes with various fruits, spices, grains, or hops.

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Meanings of minor planet names: 14001–15000

004 | 14004 Chikama || || Taketo Chikama (born 1961) is a founding member of the Fukuoka Astronomical Society.

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Meden Buk

Meden Buk is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Meden Rudnik

Meden Rudnik (Bulgarian: Меден Рудник) is the youngest and the biggest neighbourhood of Burgas, which is the biggest city in South Eastern Bulgaria.

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Medovets

Medovets is a village in Dalgopol Municipality, in Varna Province, eastern Bulgaria.

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Melnik, Bulgaria

Melnik (Мелник, Μελένικο, Meleniko) is a town in Blagoevgrad Province, southwestern Bulgaria, in the southwestern Pirin Mountains, about 440 m above sea level.

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Metlichina

Metlichina is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Metlichka

Metlichka is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Metlika

Metlika (MöttlingLeksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr. Dvorna in Državna Tiskarna, p. 10.) is a town and municipality in the southeastern Slovenia.

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Mezdra

Mezdra (Мездра) is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province.

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Mihaltsi

Mihalci (Михалци) is a village in the north part of Bulgaria, near the towns Pavlikeni (9 km) and Veliko Tarnovo (24 km).

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Miladinovtsi, Dobrich Province

Miladinovtsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Mineralni Bani

Haskovski Mineralni Bani, officially known as Mineralni Bani (Минерални бани, pronounced) is a spa village in central southern Bulgaria, part of Haskovo Province.

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Minzuhar

Minzuhar (Минзухар) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Mirovo

Mirovo is a village in the municipality of Boljevac, Serbia.

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Mishevsko

Mishevsko is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Mladezhko

Mladezhko (Младежко) is a village in Malko Tarnovo Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Mladinovo

Mladinovo is a village in the municipality of Svilengrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Mlechino

Mlechino (Млечино) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Mogila

Mogila (Могила) is a village in the south of the Republic of Macedonia.

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Mogilishte

Mogilishte is a village in Kavarna Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Momchil

Momchil (Момчил, Μομτζίλος or Μομιτζίλας, Момчило / Momčilo; c. 1305 – 7 July 1345) was a 14th-century Bulgarian brigand and local ruler.

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Momchilgrad

Momchilgrad (Момчилград, "the town of Momchil"); is a town in the very south of Bulgaria, part of Kardzhali Province in the southern part of the Eastern Rhodopes.

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Momchilovtsi

Momchilovtsi (Момчиловци) is a Bulgarian village and ski resort in the Central Rhodopes, about 15 km northeast of Smolyan.

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Momina Salza

Momina salza is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Momino

Momino is a village in the municipality of Haskovo, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Momkovo

Momkovo is a village in the municipality of Svilengrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Montana, Bulgaria

Montana (Монтана) is a city in northwestern Bulgaria, located south of the Danube river, northwest of Vratsa and east of the Serbian border.

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Moryantsi

Moryantsi is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Mostich

Mostich (Мостич, Old Bulgarian: МОСТИЧЬ) was a high-ranking official in the 10th-century First Bulgarian Empire, during the rule of Simeon I and Peter I. He bore the title of Ichirgu-boil and was most likely the commander of the state capital Preslav's garrison.

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Murgovo

Murgovo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Musevo

Musevo (Мусево) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Nadezhda, Sofia

Nadezhda (Надежда, meaning "Hope") is a district located it the north-western parts of Sofia with an area of 19,300 decares.

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Nebeska

Nebaska (Небеска) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Nedelino

Nedelino (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Неделино) is a town and municipality in the Rhodope Mountains of the Smolyan Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Nedelkovo

Nedelkovo (Неделково) is a village in Tran Municipality near the small town of Tran, western Bulgaria.

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Nenkovo

Nenkovo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Neofit Rilski

Neofit Rilski (Неофит Рилски) or Neophyte of Rila (Bansko, 1793 - January 4, 1881), born Nikola Poppetrov Benin (Никола Поппетров Бенин) was a 19th-century Bulgarian monk, teacher and artist, and an important figure of the Bulgarian National Revival.

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Nesebar

Nesebar (often transcribed as Nessebar and sometimes as Nesebur, Несебър, pronounced, Thracian: Melsambria, Μεσημβρία, Mesembria) is an ancient city and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located in Burgas Province.

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Neykovo

Neykovo is a village in Kavarna Municipality, Dobrich Province in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Nikola Kozlevo

Nikola Kozlevo (Никола Козлево, pronounced) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province.

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Nikolaevo

Nikolaevo (Николаево) is a small town in Stara Zagora Province, South-central Bulgaria.

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Nikopol, Bulgaria

Nikopol (Никопол; historically Niğbolu, Νικόπολις, Nikópolis, Nikápoly, Nicopolis) is a town in northern Bulgaria, the administrative center of Nikopol municipality, part of Pleven Province, on the right bank of the Danube river, downstream from the mouth of the Osam river.

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Nochevo

Nochevo (Ночево) is a village in Chernoochene Municipality, in Kardzhali Province, in southern-central Bulgaria.

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Nova Kamena

Nova Kamena is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Nova Livada

Nova Livada is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Nova Zagora

Nova Zagora (Нова Загора) is a town located in the southeastern plains of Bulgaria in Sliven Province.

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Novak

Novak (in Serbo-Croatian and Slovene), Novák (in Hungarian, Czech and Slovak), Nowak (in German and Polish) is a Slavic surname and masculine given name, derived from the word for "new" (e.g. nowy, nový, novo), which depending on the exact language and usage, translates as "novice", "new man", "newcomer", or "stranger".

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Novi Pazar, Shumen Province

Novi Pazar (Нови пазар, "new marketplace") is a town in Shumen Province, northeastern Bulgaria, located in a hollow between the Shumen, Ludogorie and Provadiya plateaus, on the banks of the Kriva Reka ("twisting river").

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Novo Selo, Vidin Province

Novo Selo (Ново село, "new village") is a village in northwesternmost Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province.

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Obzor

Obzor (Обзор; Thracian: Naulochos, Ancient Greek: Naulochos, Naulochus, Tetranaulochus, or Templum Iovis) is a small town and seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria.

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Odartsi

Odartsi is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Ograzhden, Dobrich Province

Ograzhden is a village in the General Toshevo Municipality, Dobrich Province, northeastern Bulgaria.

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Ohlyuvets

Ohlyuvets is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Omurtag (town)

Omurtag is a town at the eastern foot of Stara Planina in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Targovishte Province, situated at 525 m above sea level.

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Opaka

Opaka (Опака) is a town in Targovishte Province in northeast Bulgaria.

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Oreshari

Oreshari is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Oreshets, Haskovo Province

Oreshets, Haskovo Province is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Oreshino

Oreshino is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Oreshnik

Oreshnik (Орешник, Καραϊς Karais or Καρυές Karyes) is a village in the municipality of Topolovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Oreshnitsa

Oreshnitsa is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Orizare

Orizare (Оризаре) is a village in southeast Bulgaria, situated in Obshtina Nessebar, in the Burgas region.

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Orlyak

Orlyak, Dobrich Province is a village in Tervel Municipality, Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Orlyane

Orlyane is a village in Ugarchin Municipality, Lovech Province, northern Bulgaria.

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Oryahovo

Oryahovo (Оряхово) is a port city in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province.

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Ovchari

Ovchari is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Ovchepoltsi

Ovchepoltsi (Овчеполци) is a village in Pazardzhik Municipality, Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Ovchevo

Ovchevo is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Oven

An oven is a thermally insulated chamber used for the heating, baking, or drying of a substance, and most commonly used for cooking.

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Paisius of Hilendar

Saint Paisius of Hilendar or Paìsiy Hilendàrski (Свети Паисий Хилендарски) (1722–1773) was a Bulgarian clergyman and a key Bulgarian National Revival figure.

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Panagyurishte

Panagyurishte (Панагюрище, international transliteration Panagjurište) is a town in Pazardzhik Province, Southern Bulgaria, situated in a small valley in the Sredna Gora mountains.

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Parvomay

Parvomay (Първомай) is a town Parvomay and the name of the Municipality (Parvomay Municipality) in Southern Bulgaria.

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Pazardzhik

Pazardzhik (Пазарджик) is a city situated along the banks of the Maritsa river, Southern Bulgaria.

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Pernik

Pernik (Перник) is a city in western Bulgaria (about south-west of Sofia) with a population of 80,191.

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Perushtitsa

Perushtitsa (Перущица) or Perushtitza is a Bulgarian town located in Perushtitsa Municipality, Plovdiv Province at the foot of the Rhodopes, 22 kilometers south of Plovdiv.

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Peshtera

Peshtera (Пещера, sometimes transliterated as Peštera) is a town in the Rhodope Mountains, southern Bulgaria.

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Pesnopoy

Pesnopoy (Песнопой) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Petko Slaveykov

Petko Rachov Slaveykov (Петко Рачов Славейков) (17 November 1827 OS – 1 July 1895 OS) was a noted nineteenth-century Bulgarian poet, publicist, public figure and folklorist.

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Petrich

Petrich (Пѐтрич) is a town in Blagoevgrad Province in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Belasica Mountains in the Strumeshnitsa Valley.

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Petrino

Petrino may refer to.

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Pishurka

Pishurka (Пишурка) is a village in Northwestern Bulgaria with a total population of 121(2009 census).It is located in Medkovets Municipality, Montana Province.

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Planinets

Planinets is a village in the municipality of Ivaylovgrad, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria.

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Pleven

Pleven (Плевен) is the seventh most populous city in Bulgaria.

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Pliska

Pliska (Пльсковъ, romanized: Plĭskovŭ) is the name of both the first capital of the First Bulgarian Empire and a small town situated 20 km Northeast of the provincial capital Shumen.

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Plovdiv

Plovdiv (Пловдив) is the second-largest city in Bulgaria, with a city population of 341,000 and 675,000 in the greater metropolitan area.

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Pobit Kamak, Kyustendil Province

Pobit Kamak is a village in Treklyano Municipality, Kyustendil Province, south-western Bulgaria.

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Podgorets

Podgorets is a village in Ruen Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Podgorica

Podgorica (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Подгорица,, lit. " below Gorica ") is the capital and largest city of Montenegro.

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Podrumche

Podrumche is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Polkovnik Dyakovo

Polkovnik Dyakovo is a village in the municipality of Krushari, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Polkovnik Savovo

Polkovnik Savovo (Bulgarian: Полковник Савово / Polkovnik Savovo) is a village in Bulgaria Dobrich (Bulgarian: Област Добрич / Oblast Dobrich) Tervel Province (Bulgarian: Община Тервел / Obştina Tervel).

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Polkovnik Sveshtarovo

Polkovnik Sveshtarovo is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Pomorie

Pomorie (Поморие) is a town and seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria, located on a narrow rocky peninsula in Burgas Bay on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.

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Popovo, Bulgaria

Popovo (Попово, from поп, pop, meaning "priest", and the placename suffix -ovo, literally "the priest's village") is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Targovishte Province.

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Postnik

Postnik is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Potocharka

Potocharka is a village in Krumovgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Potoche

Potoche is a village in Dzhebel Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Pravda

Pravda (a, "Truth") is a Russian broadsheet newspaper, formerly the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, when it was one of the most influential papers in the country with a circulation of 11 million.

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Pravdino

Pravdino (Правдино) is the name of several rural localities in Russia.

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Pravdolyub

Pravdolyub (Правдолюб) is a village in Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern-central Bulgaria.

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Preseka, Bulgaria

Preseka is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Prilep

Prilep (Прилеп, is the fourth largest city in the Republic of Macedonia. It has a population of 66,246 and is known as "the city under Marko's Towers" because of its proximity to the towers of Prince Marko.

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Prohod

Prohod is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Prolaz

Prolaz (Cyrillic: Пролаз) is a village in the municipality of Novo Goražde, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Prolom

Prolom or Prolom Banja is a spa in the municipality of Kuršumlija in southern Serbia.

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Promise Me This

Promise Me This (Завет) is a film written and directed by the award-winning Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturica.

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Provadia

Provadia (Провадия) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province, located in a deep karst gorge (Provadia syncline) along the Provadia River not far from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.

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Ptichar

Ptichar is a village in Momchilgrad Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

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Radnevo

Radnevo (Раднево) is a town in southern Bulgaria, part of Stara Zagora Province, located in the eastern Upper Thracian Lowlands.

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Radomir (town)

Radomir (Радомир) is a town and municipality in the Pernik Province of Bulgaria with a population of about 16,503.

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Rakitovo

Rakitovo is a town in the Pazardzhik Province, Bulgaria.

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Rakovski (town)

Rakovski (Раковски) is a town in southern Bulgaria, in the historical region of Thrace.

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Razgrad

Razgrad (Разград) is a city in Northeastern Bulgaria in the valley of the Beli Lom river that falls within the historical and geographical region of Ludogorie.

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Razlog

Razlog (Разлог) is a town and ski resort in Razlog Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province in southwestern Bulgaria.

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Rila

Rila (Рила) is a mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria and the highest mountain range of Bulgaria and the Balkans, with its highest peak being Musala at 2,925 m. The massif is also the sixth highest mountain in Europe (when each mountain is represented by its highest peak only), coming after the Caucasus, the Alps, Sierra Nevada, the Pyrenees and Mount Etna, and the highest between the Alps and the Caucasus.

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Ruen

Ruen (Руен, pronounced; Ulanlı) is a village in southeastern Bulgaria, part of Burgas Province.

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Ruse, Bulgaria

Ruse (also transliterated as Rousse, Russe or Rusçuk; Русе) is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria.

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Rusokastro

Rusokastro is a village in Kameno Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Sadovo

Sadovo (Садово) is a small town in Sadovo Municipality, Plovdiv Province, central Bulgaria, and the administrative center of Plovdiv.

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Saedinenie, Plovdiv Province

Saedinenie (until 1934 Golyamo Konare) is a town in the Plovdiv Province, central Bulgaria.

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Samokov

Samokov (Самоков) is a town in Sofia Province in the southwest of Bulgaria.

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Samuil (village)

Samuil (Самуил; Işıklar) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Razgrad Province, located in the geographic region of Ludogorie.

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Sevlievo

Sevlievo (Севлѝево) is a town in north-central Bulgaria, part of Gabrovo Province.

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Shabla

Shabla (Шабла) is a town and seaside resort in northeastern Bulgaria, administrative centre of the Shabla Municipality part of Dobrich Province.

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Shipka (town)

Shipka (Шипка, "Rosa canina") is a town in central Bulgaria, part of Kazanlak Municipality, Stara Zagora Province.

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Shoghakat, Armenia

Shorgaklat (Շողակաթ), known as Shorzha (Շորժա) until November 2017 (formerly known as Nadezhdino and Shordzhalu), is a village and a rural community located along Lake Sevan, northwest of the Artanish Peninsula in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.

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Shumen

Shumen (also spelled Shoumen, Šumen or Shumla Шумен) is the tenth largest city in Bulgaria and the administrative and economic capital of Shumen Province.

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Silistra

Silistra (Силистра Dârstor) is a port city in northeastern Bulgaria.

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Simeonovgrad

Simeonovgrad (Симеоновград, "town of Simeon") is a town in southern Bulgaria, located in Haskovo Province on both banks of the Maritsa River.

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Simitli

Simitli (Симитли) also known as Simitliya (Симитлия), is a town in Blagoevgrad Province in southwestern Bulgaria.

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Sinemorets

Sinemorets (Синеморец; also Sinemorec, Sinemoretz, "place on the blue sea") is a village and seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located in the very southeast of the country close to the border with Turkey, where the river Veleka flows into the sea.

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Sitovo, Silistra Province

Sitovo (Ситово, pronounced; Doimușlar, Doymuşlar) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Silistra Province.

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Sliven

Sliven (Сливен) is the eighth-largest city in Bulgaria and the administrative and industrial centre of Sliven Province and municipality.

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Smolyan

Smolyan (Смолян) is a town and ski resort in the far south of Bulgaria near the border with Greece.

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Sofia

Sofia (Со́фия, tr.) is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria.

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Sozopol

Sozopol (Созопол, Σωζόπολις Sozopolis) is an ancient seaside town located 35 km south of Burgas on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.

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Sredets

Sredets (Средец) is a town in Burgas Province in southeastern Bulgaria.

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Stamboliyski

Stamboliyski (Стамболийски) is a town in southern Bulgaria, located on the right bank of Maritsa river and is a part of Plovdiv Province.

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Stambolovo, Haskovo Province

Stambolovo (Стамболово, pronounced) is a village in central southern Bulgaria, part of Haskovo Province.

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Stara Zagora

Stara Zagora (Стара Загора) is the fifth-largest city in Bulgaria, and the administrative capital of the homonymous Stara Zagora Province.

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Straldzha

Straldzha (Стралджа) is a small town in Yambol Province, Southeastern Bulgaria.

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Strazhitsa

Strazhitsa (Стражица, pronounced; also transliterated Stražica, Strazhitza, etc.) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Strelcha

Strelcha (Стрелча) is a small Bulgarian town with a population of 4,284.

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Struma (river)

The Struma or Strymónas (Струма; Στρυμόνας; (Struma) Karasu, 'black water') is a river in Bulgaria and Greece.

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Suhindol

Suhindol (Сухиндол) is a town in north central Bulgaria, part of Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Sungurlare

Sungurlare (Сунгурларе, pronounced) is a town in southeastern Bulgaria, part of Burgas Province.

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Suvorovo

Suvorovo (Суворово, pronounced) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province.

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Svilengrad

Svilengrad (Свиленград) is a town in Haskovo Province, south-central Bulgaria, situated at the border of Turkey and Greece.

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Svishtov

Svishtov (Свищов, known as Свѣщний / Sveshtniy in old Bulgarian) is a town in northern Bulgaria, located in Veliko Tarnovo Province on the right bank of the Danube river opposite the Romanian town of Zimnicea.

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Targovishte

Targovishte (Търговище, Tǎrgovište) is a city in Bulgaria, the administrative and economic capital of Targovishte Province.

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Tervel of Bulgaria

Khan Tervel (Тервел) also called Tarvel, or Terval, or Terbelis in some Byzantine sources, was the Khan of Bulgaria during the First Bulgarian Empire at the beginning of the 8th century.

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Teteven

Teteven (Тетевен) is a town on the banks of the Vit river, at the foot of Stara Planina mountain in north central Bulgaria.

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Topolovgrad

Topòlovgrad (Тополовград, "town of poplars") is a town in south-central Bulgaria, part of Haskovo Province, situated at the northern foot of the Sakar Mountain.

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Tran, Bulgaria

Tran (Трън, meaning "thorn") is a small town in Tran Municipality, Pernik Province, western Bulgaria.

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Tryavna

Tryavna (Трявна) is a town in central Bulgaria, situated in the north slopes of the Balkan range, on the Tryavna river valley, near Gabrovo.

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Tsar Kaloyan, Razgrad Province

Tsar Kaloyan (Цар Калоян) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, situated in Razgrad Province near the town of Razgrad.

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Tsarevo

Tsarevo (Царево, also transliterated Carevo or Tzarevo) is a town and seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria, an administrative centre of the homonymous Municipality of Tsarevo in Burgas Province.

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Tundzha Municipality

Tundzha Municipality (община Тунджа) is a municipality of Yambol Province, southeastern Bulgaria.

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Tutrakan

Tutrakan (Тутракан, Тurtucaia, Turtukai) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, an administrative centre of the homonymous municipality, part of Silistra Province.

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Varna

Varna (Варна, Varna) is the third-largest city in Bulgaria and the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.

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Veliki Preslav

The modern Veliki Preslav or Great Preslav (Велики Преслав), former Preslav (until 1993), is a city and the seat of government of the Veliki Preslav Municipality (Great Preslav Municipality, new Bulgarian: obshtina), which in turn is part of Shumen Province.

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Veliko Tarnovo

Veliko Tarnovo (Велико Търново, "Great Tarnovo") is a city in north central Bulgaria and the administrative centre of Veliko Tarnovo Province.

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Velingrad

Velingrad (Велинград) is a town in Pazardzhik Province, Southern Bulgaria, located at the western end of Chepino Valley, part of the Rhodope Mountains.

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Venets, Shumen Province

Venets (Венец, pronounced; also transliterated Venec or Venetz, meaning "wreath") is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province.

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Vetovo

Vetovo (Ветово, pronounced, locally) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Ruse Province.

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Vetrino

Vetrino (Ветрино, pronounced) is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province.

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Vidin

Vidin (Видин) is a port town on the southern bank of the Danube in north-western Bulgaria.

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Vratsa

Vratsa (Враца) is a city in northwestern Bulgaria, at the foothills of the Balkan Mountains.

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Yakoruda

Yakoruda (Якоруда) is a Bulgarian town located in the southwestern part of the country.

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Yambol

Yambol (Ямбол) is a city in southeastern Bulgaria and administrative centre of Yambol Province.

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Zlatitsa

Zlatitsa (Златица) is a town and the seat of the Zlatitsa Municipality in southern Bulgaria located in the Zlatitsa-Pirdop valley.

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Zlatograd

Zlatograd (Златоград, literally Gold town) is a town in Smolyan Province, Southern-central Bulgaria.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Turkish_exonyms_in_Bulgaria

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