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  • 1Pleven (Bulgaria) — Hotels: Balkan Hotel Pleven (City Centre) Rostov Hotel Pleven (City Centre) …

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  • 2Pleven Panorama — Pleven Epopee 1877, more commonly known as Pleven Panorama, is a panorama located in Pleven, Bulgaria, that depicts the events of the Russian Turkish War of 1877–78, specifically the five month Siege of Pleven (Pleven Epopee) which made the city… …

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  • 3Pleven Stadium — or Stadium Slavi Aleksiev is a multi use stadium in Pleven, Bulgaria. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of the Bulgarian football team PFC Spartak Pleven .The stadium holds 22,000 people. The stadium was… …

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  • 4Pleven — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pleven (Bandera del país) …

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  • 5BULGARIA — BULGARIA, East Balkan republic located along the Black Sea. Ancient Period A Jewish settlement is known to have existed in Macedonia in the time of Caligula (37–41 C.E.; Philo, Embassy to Gaius, par. 281). A late second century Latin inscription… …

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  • 6Pleven (disambiguation) — Pleven is a major town in Northern Bulgaria, capital of the Pleven Province.Pleven may also refer to:* Pleven Province, a province in Northern Bulgaria * Siege of Pleven, an important battle during the Russo Turkish War, 1877 78 * Pleven (horse) …

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  • 7PLEVEN — (Plevna), city in N. Bulgaria. During Byzantine rule, there was a Jewish community in Pleven. This community later included Hungarian Jewish refugees, who had been expelled in 1376, Walachian refugees who fled during the revolt of Vlad V in 1461… …

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  • 8Pleven — (en búlgaro Плевен) es una ciudad situada en la parte septentrional de Bulgaria, a orillas del río Tutchenitsa. Cuenta con 138.887 habitantes y es la séptima ciudad más grande de Bulgaria y la tercera del norte del país tras Varna y Ruse. * * * ► …

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  • 9Pleven — [plev′näplev′ən] city in N Bulgaria: pop. 128,000: also Plevna [plev′nä] …

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  • 10Pleven — This article is about a city in Bulgaria. For other meanings, see Pleven (disambiguation). Coordinates: 43°25′N 24°37′E / 43.417°N 24.617°E / 43.417; 2 …

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  • 11Bulgaria — Република България Republika Bǎlgariya República de Bulgaria …

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  • 12Pleven Province — Infobox Province of Bulgaria Cyrillic = Област Плевен Capital = Pleven Municipalities = Belene, Gulyantsi, Dolna Mitropoliya, Dolni Dabnik, Levski, Nikopol, Iskar, Pleven, Pordim, Cherven Bryag, Knezha Area = 4,333.54 km² Population = 320,449… …

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  • 13Pleven — /plev en/, n. a city in N Bulgaria: siege of 143 days 1877. 108,180. Also, Plevna /plev nah/. * * * ▪ Bulgaria       town, northern Bulgaria. It lies a few miles east of the Vit River, which is a tributary of the Danube. At one time a Thracian… …

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  • 14Bulgaria — /bul gair ee euh, bool /, n. a republic in SE Europe. 8,652,745; 42,800 sq. mi. (110,850 sq. km). Cap.: Sofia. * * * Bulgaria Introduction Bulgaria Background: The Bulgars, a Central Asian Turkic tribe, merged with the local Slavic inhabitants in …

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  • 15Pleven Regional Historical Museum — The Pleven Regional Historical Museum (Регионален исторически музей mdash; Плевен), founded in 1953, is one of the largest museums in Bulgaria. The museum is situated in a two story edifice near the centre of Pleven that is a monument of culture… …

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  • 16Pleven (horse) — The Pleven breed of horse is essentially Anglo Arabian, and the breed was officially recognized in 1951. It is a competition horse with a natural jump, and has free flowing gaits. Characteristics The Pleven is essentially Anglo Arabian, a cross… …

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  • 17Bulgaria —    Estimated Gypsy population: 700,000; the 2001 census gave the revised number as 365,797. Many Roma tended to identify themselves to the authorities as ethnic Turks or Bulgarians. The town of Sliven has a Gypsy population of around 20,000.… …

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  • 18Pleven — Cet article concerne la ville bulgare. Pour les autres significations, voir Pleven (homonymie). Pleven Плевен …

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  • 19Bulgaria — Infobox Country native name = bg. Република България bg. Republika Balgaria This article uses the official Bulgarian transliteration system when romanizing Bulgarian Cyrillic. For details, see Romanization of Bulgarian.] local name = bg. Balgaria …

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  • 20Bulgaria–United States relations — Bulgarian American relations, first formally established in 1903, have moved from missionary activity and American support for Bulgarian independence in the late 19th century to the growth of trade and commerce in the early 20th century, to… …

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