Nicolae Vogoride
Prince Nicolae Vogoride (Romanian version; Bulgarian: Никола or Николай Богориди, Nikola or Nikolay Bogoridi; Greek: Νικόλαος Βογορίδης, Nikolaos Vogoridis; Turkish: Nikolaki Bey), (1820, Iași, Mo...
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Martin Stoev
Martin Stoyanov Stoev (Bulgarian: Мартин Стоянов Стоев; born 3 October 1971 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian volleyball coach and former player. He currently is head coach of the Romanian team CVM Tomis C...
Dudeștii Vechi
Dudeștii Vechi (Bulgarian: Стар Бешенов / Star Beshenov; Banat Bulgarian: Stár Bišnov) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania. Dudeștii Vechi is mostly populated by Banat Bulgarians (Palćene), a re...
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Șchei
Şchei (Bulgarian: шкеи, shkei) was an old Romanian exonym referring to the Bulgarians, especially in Transylvania and northern Wallachia. As a name, it has been preserved in the names of towns col...
Banat Bulgarians
The Banat Bulgarians (Banat Bulgarian: palćene or banátsći balgare; common Bulgarian: банатски българи, banatski balgari) are a distinct Bulgarian minority group which settled in the 18th century ...
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Mario Kirev
Mario Kolev Kirev (Bulgarian: Марио Колев Кирев; born 15 August 1989 in Dupnitsa) is a Bulgarian football goalkeeper who plays for Slavia Sofia. Kirev was a part of Bulgaria national under-21 foot...
Lone Wolf, Oklahoma
Lone Wolf is a town in Kiowa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 438 at the 2010 census, a decline of 12.4 percent from 500 at the 2000 census. The town was named for Chief Lone Wolf ...
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Eusebius Fermendžin
Eusebius Fermendžin (also Fermendzhin, Fermendjin; Bulgarian: Евсевий, Еузебий, Еусебий, or Еусебиус Ферменджин) (21 September 1845 – 25 June 1897) was an Austro-Hungarian high-ranking Roman Catho...
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Ivan Fichev
Ivan Fichev (Bulgarian: Иван Фичев) (born on 15 April 1860 in Tarnovo, died on 13 November 1931 in Sofia) was a Bulgarian General, Minister of Defense, military historian and academician.
Ivan...
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Luis Bacalov
Luis Enríquez Bacalov (born 30 March 1933) is an Argentinian-Italian composer of film scores. Early on in his career, he composed scores for Spaghetti Western films. In the early 1970s, he collabora...
Petre Borilă
Petre Borilă (born Iordan Dragan Rusev; Bulgarian: Йордан Драган Русев, Yordan Dragan Rusev; 1906 – 1973) was a Romanian communist politician who briefly served as Vice-Premier under the Communi...
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Hristo Georgiev (patron)
Hristo Georgiev was a wealthy Bulgarian, and brother of Evlogi Georgiev, who lived in the 19th century. With his brother he funded the construction of Sofia University, in the capital of Bulgaria, Sof...
Dumitru Karnabatt
Dumitru or Dimitrie Karnabatt (last name also Karnabat, Carnabatt or Carnabat, commonly known as D. Karr; October 26, 1877 – April 1949) was a Romanian poet, art critic and political journalist, one o...
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Zhivko Milanov
Zhivko Milanov (Bulgarian: Живко Миланов; born 15 July 1984 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays for Russian Premier League club Tom Tomsk and for the Bulgarian national team. Although he...
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Dragomirovo, Veliko Tarnovo Province
Dragomirovo (Bulgarian: Драгомирово) is a village in central northern Bulgaria, part of Svishtov Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province. As of January 2006, it has a population of 864 and the mayor...
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Bulgarians in Romania
Bulgarians (Romanian: bulgari) are a recognized minority in Romania (Bulgarian: Румъния, Rumaniya), numbering 8,025 according to the 2002 Romanian census, down from 9,851 in 1992. Despite thei...
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Ivan Seliminski
Dr. Ivan Seliminski (1799-1866) was a prominent Bulgarian philosopher, scholar, teacher and medical doctor.
He was born in Sliven in 1799. Later he took the name of this town as his surname. His...
Stanislav Genchev
Stanislav Genchev (Bulgarian: Станислав Генчев born 20 March 1981) is a Bulgarian professional footballer who currently plays for Slavia Sofia. He has played much of his career in a centre midfiel...
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Colea Vâlcov
Nicolae 'Colea' Vâlcov (born February 23, 1909 in Bolgrad, Russian Empire - deceased March 31, 1970) was a Romanian footballer and manager. He played for Venus Bucureşti.Vâlcov was part of the famou...
Petea Vâlcov
Petre "Petea" Vâlcov (born 1910 in Bolgrad, Russian Empire (now in Ukraine) - deceased 16 November 1943 in Kalmyk Steppe) was a Romanian football player. Forming a well-known attacking triple for Venu...