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  1. St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Bulgarian: Храм-паметник "Свети Александър Невски", Hram-pametnik "Sveti Aleksandar Nevski") is a Bulgarian Orthodox cathedral in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.

  2. Veliko Tǎrnovo. OCLC 29671645. "2.1 Sǎzdavane i utvǎrždavane na Vtorata bǎlgarska dǎržava. Vǎzstanovenata dǎržavnost". Bǎlgarite i Bǎlgarija (in Bulgarian). Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, Trud, Sirma. 2005. Archived from the original on 7 September 2006. "2.2 Balkansko kǎsogledstvo. Opitǎt da se oceljava poedinično".

  3. tr.wikipedia.org › wiki › TırnovoTırnovo - Vikipedi

    veliko-tarnovo.bg/bg/ Tırnova ( Bulgarca : Велико Търново [1] Veliko Tırnovo "Büyük Tırnova"), Bulgaristan 'ın bir şehridir. 1187-1393 yılları arasında İkinci Bulgar İmparatorluğu 'na başkentlik yaptığı için Bulgar tarihi açısından önemli bir şehir olan Tırnova'ya, 1965 yılında büyük, yüce anlamlarına gelen veliko unvanı verildi.

  4. The official language derives most often from the northeastern group of dialects nominally based on Veliko Tarnovo dialect. Many Western South Slavic lexical, morphological and phonological isoglosses are present in all Western Bulgarian dialects and rarer in Rup dialects, which peak in Torlakian.

  5. During the communist period in Bulgaria, the university was called the Karl Marx Higher Institute of Economics, but was renamed on 27 April 1990, soon after end of the communist era, due to the perceived failure of communism and, particularly, Marxist economics.

  6. After the liberation of Bulgaria following the Russo-Turkish War in 1878, the flag was described in the Tarnovo Constitution of 1879 as follows: Art. 23. The Bulgarian people's flag is three-coloured and consists of white, green and red colours, placed horizontally.

  7. Tonislav Yordanov; Personal information; Full name: Tonislav Yordanov Yordanov: Date of birth 27 November 1998 (age 23)Place of birth: Sevlievo, Bulgaria: Height: 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)