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  1. Georgi Dimitrov Mausoleum 1949–1999 Russia [ edit] Dimitrovgrad, Russia In Novosibirsk a large street leading to a bridge over the Ob River are both named after him. The bridge was opened in 1978. Serbia [ edit]

  2. gueorgui dimitrov mijáilov nació en la comuna de kovachevtsi, distrito de radomir, departamento de kyustendil, 2 principado de bulgaria, imperio otomano ), 3 el 18 de junio de 1882, fue el primero de seis hijos de una pareja que migró proveniente de macedonia del pirin 4 5 la madre parashkeva doseva de familia protestante 6 nacida en bansko …

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  3. Georgi Dimitrov (Kovachevtsi, 1882 - Moscú, 1949) Político comunista búlgaro. Procedente de una familia obrera, Georgi Dimitrov comenzó su carrera política como activista y fue miembro fundador del Partido Socialdemócrata de Trabajadores Búlgaros, que más tarde pasó a llamarse Partido Comunista (1919). Georgi Dimitrov

  4. Georgi Dimitrov FIA British Formula 4 driver GET IN TOUCH To discuss media, racing or sponsorship opportunities please feel free to contact us and see how we can work together this season. info@georgi-dimitrov.com 2022 F4 British Championship calendar Rounds 1, 2, 3: Donington Park (National) – 23/24 April

  5. Georgi Mikhailovich Dimitrov, (born June 18, 1882, Kovachevtsi, Bulg.—died July 2, 1949, near Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), Bulgarian communist leader who became the post-World War II prime minister of Bulgaria. He also won worldwide fame for his defense against Nazi accusations during the German Reichstag Fire trial of 1933. A printer and trade union leader, Dimitrov led the Bulgarian ...

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  7. Georgi Georgiev Dimitrov (Bulgarian: Георги Георгиeв Димитров; 14 January 1959 – 8 May 2021) was a Bulgarian professional footballer who played as a centre-back . Dimitrov represented Bulgaria on 77 occasions between 1978 and 1988, scoring 7 goals. He captained his country 56 times including at the 1986 FIFA World Cup. [1] Contents 1 Honours