Dimitar Rizov
Dimitar Hristov Rizov or Rizoff (Bulgarian: Димитър Христов Ризов; 1862 – 1918) is Bulgarian revolutionary, publicist, politician, journalist and diplomat.
Rizov was born in 1862 in Bito...
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Mykhailo Drahomanov
Mykhailo Petrovych Drahomanov (Ukrainian: Михайло Петрович Драгоманов; September 30, 1841 in Hadiach – July 2, 1895 in Sofia) was a Ukrainian political theorist, economist, historian, philos...
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Lyudmila Zhivkova
Lyudmila Todorova Zhivkova (Bulgarian: Людмила Тодорова Живкова) (26 July 1942 - 21 July 1981) was the daughter of Bulgarian Communist leader Todor Zhivkov, who reached the rank of senior Bulgaria...
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Elisaveta Bagriana
Elisaveta Bagryana (Bulgarian: Елисавета Багряна) (16 April 1893 – 23 March 1991), born Elisaveta Lyubomirova Belcheva (Bulgarian: Елисавета Любомирова Белчева), was a Bulgarian poet who ...
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Nikola Vaptsarov
Nikola Yonkov Vaptsarov (Bulgarian: Никола Йонков Вапцаров; 7 December 1909 - 23 July 1942) was a Bulgarian poet, communist and revolutionary. Working most of his life as a machinist, he only wrot...
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Andrey Lukanov
Andrey Karlov Lukanov (Bulgarian: Андрей Карлов Луканов) (September 26, 1938 - October 2, 1996) was a Bulgarian political figure and the last communist prime minister of Bulgaria.
Lukanov was ...
Kosta Tsipushev
Konstantin Dimitrov Tsipushev, also known as Kotse Tsipushev - (Radoviş, Ottoman Empire, today Republic of Macedonia - 1877, Sofia, Bulgaria - 1968) (Bulgarian: Коста Ципушев) was a Bulgarian 19th...
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Mihail Gerdzhikov
Mihail Gerdzhikov was a Bulgarian revolutionary and anarchist. He was born in Plovdiv, then in the Ottoman Empire, in 1877. He studied at the French College in Plovdiv, where he received the nickname ...
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Vasil Zlatarski
Vasil Nikolov Zlatarski (Bulgarian: Васил Николов Златарски) was a Bulgarian historian-medievalist, archaeologist, and epigraphist.
Vasil Zlatarski was born in Veliko Tarnovo in 1866, the youn...
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Pencho Slaveykov
Pencho Petkov Slaveykov (Bulgarian: Пенчо Петков Славейков) (27 April 1866 O.S. – 10 June 1912 (O.S. 28 May 1912)) was a noted Bulgarian poet and one of the participants in the Misal ("Thought")...
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Gyorche Petrov
Gyorche Petrov Nikolov (Bulgarian: Гьорче Петров; Macedonian:  Ѓорче Петров ), born Georgi Petrov Nikolov (April 2, 1865 - June 28, 1921), was a Bulgarian revolutionary, one of the l...
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Katya Paskaleva
Katya Paskaleva (Bulgarian: Катя Паскалева) was a Bulgarian film and stage actress, born in 1945, deceased in 2002.She is best known for her performance as Maria in the Bulgarian film classic The ...
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Triphon Silyanovski
Triphon Silyanovski, Bulgarian: Трифон Силяновски) ((1923-12-16)December 16, 1923 – May 19, 2005(2005-05-19)), born in Sofia, Bulgaria, was a Bulgarian composer, pianist, pedagogue and music...
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Stefan Stambolov
Stefan Nikolov Stambolov (Bulgarian: Стефан Николов Стамболов) (12 February 1854 – 18 July 1895) was a Bulgarian politician, who served as Prime Minister and regent. He is considered one of the mo...
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Petko Staynov
Petko Staynov (Bulgarian: Петко Стайнов; December 1, 1896 in Kazanlak – June 26, 1977) was a Bulgarian composer and pianist. He enriched the Bulgarian musical culture and contributed considerably to i...
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Nikola Mushanov
Nikola Stoykov Mushanov (Bulgarian: Никола Стойков Мушанов) (12 April 1872 in Dryanovo – 10 May 1951) was a Bulgarian liberal politician who served as Prime Minister and leader of the Democr...
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Vesselina Breskovska
Vesselina Vassileva Breskovska (Bulgarian: Веселина Василева Бресковска) (December 6, 1928, Granit, Stara Zagora Province, Bulgaria – August 12, 1997, Sofia, Bulgaria) was a 20th-century Bulgarian geo...
Voydan Pop Georgiev – Chernodrinski
Voydan Pop Georgiev – Chernodrinski (Bulgarian: Войдан Попгеоргиев - Чернодрински, January 15, 1875 in Selci, Ottoman Empire, (present day Republic of Macedonia) – January 8, 1951, Sofia, Bulgaria...
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Lyubomir Miletich
Lyubomir Miletich (Bulgarian: Любомир Милетич) (14 January 1863 – 1 June 1937) was a leading Bulgarian linguist, ethnographer, dialectologist and historian, as well as the chairman of the Bul...
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Julia Tsenova
Julia Tsenova (also spelled Julia Tzenova, Julia Cenova, or Julia Zenova, Bulgarian: Юлия Ценова) ((1948-07-30)July 30, 1948 – April 11, 2010(2010-04-11)), born in Sofia, Bulgaria, was an aw...
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Elin Pelin
Elin Pelin (Bulgarian: Елин Пелин) (July 8, 1877 – December 3, 1949), born Dimitar Ivanov Stoyanov (Bulgarian: Димитър Иванов Стоянов) is arguably considered Bulgaria’s best narrator of countr...
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Hristo Smirnenski
Hristo Smirnenski (Bulgarian: Христо Смирненски), born as Hristo Izmirliev, (September 17, 1898 OS - June 18, 1923) was a Bulgarian poet and prose writer. His hometown was Kukush in Macedonia, Ott...
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Pancho Vladigerov
Pancho Haralanov Vladigerov [ˈpantʃo xaraˈɫaŋov vɫadiˈɡɛr̩ov] (or Wladigeroff, or Wladigerow, or Vladiguerov, or Vladigueroff; Bulgarian: Панчо Хараланов Владигеров; 13 March 1899 – ...
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Georgi Bradistilov
Georgi Delchev Bradistilov (Bulgarian: Георги Делчев Брадистилов; 25 October 1904 (12 October 1904 O.S.) – 18 June 1977) was a Bulgarian mathematician.
Georgi Bradistilov, the only son of a...
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Georgi Dimitrov
Georgi Dimitrov Mikhaylov (Bulgarian: Гео̀рги Димитро̀в Миха̀йлов), also known as Georgi Mikhaylovich Dimitrov (Russian: Гео́ргий Миха́йлович Дими́тров) (June 18, 1882 – July 2, 1949) wa...
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Trayko Kitanchev
Trayko Tsvetkov Kitanchev (Bulgarian: Трайко Цветков Китанчев; 1 September 1858 – 13 August 1895) was a Bulgarian teacher, social figure, poet and revolutionary. In 1895, he was the first ch...
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Georgi Asparuhov
Georgi Rangelov Asparuhov (Bulgarian: Георги Рангелов Аспарухов) (sometimes spelled Asparoukhov), nicknamed Gundi (4 May 1943 – 30 June 1971) was a Bulgarian football player. He is considered to b...
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Ivan Garvanov
Ivan Garvanov (December 23, 1869 in Stara Zagora, today Bulgaria – November 28, 1907 in Sofia) was a Bulgarian revolutionary and leader of the revolutionary movement in Ottoman Macedonia and Sou...
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Todor Zhivkov
Todor Hristov Zhivkov (Bulgarian: То̀дор Хрѝстов Жѝвков, tr. Todor Hristov Živkov; [ˈtɔdɔr ˈxristɔf ˈʒifkɔf]; 7 September 1911 – 5 August 1998), was the communist head of state of the Peopl...
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