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|This file shows Bulgaria's borders through the ages. See how once the mighty and big Bulgaria has now become a small country in South-Eastern Europe.||02/17/2006||576|
|BBC News, 28 April 2006|
The United States and Bulgaria have signed an agreement that will allow US troops to use three military bases in Bulgaria.
The deal allows US forces to be stationed at Bezmer air base and the Novo Selo army training range near the border with Turkey, and at Graf Ignatievo airfield in centr...
|Main square of Trun, Bulgaria.|
Trun is considered the coldest city in Bulgaria - the lowest temperature ever recorded in Bulgaria was here in 1947: -38,3 Celcius
|The National Palace of Culture - the most prominent building and most famous sight in Sofia, Bulgaria. NPC, located in Sofia, Bulgaria, is one of the largest multifunctional congress centres in Southeastern Europe. It was opened in 1981 and its main hall has 5,000 seats.||01/16/2006||386|
|The Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Bulgaria situated 200 km north of Sofia and 5 km east of Kozloduy, a town on the Danube river, near the border with Romania. It is the country's only nuclear power plant. The construction of the plant began on 6 April 1970.|
Kozloduy NPP manages six pressurized water reactors with a total output of 3760 MWe at present. F...
|The Geographic Centre, Northernmost, Southernmost, Westernmost and Easternmost points of Bulgaria.|
|This wide line separates Bulgaria from Romania||04/28/2006||429|
|One of the best karting tracks in Bulgaria. Probably the fastest one.||01/07/2007||469|
|Roza, Bulgaria - football players during practise.||04/26/2006||243|
|Mineral Map of Bulgaria, with a Key to all minerals found in the country.||05/10/2006||720|
|South-Eastern Europe floods - worst in a century - badly affected Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, including my hometown of Lom in Bulgaria. This is a major news around the world now!|
|Since 1999, Bulgaria has been divided into 28 provinces which correspond approximately to the 28 okrugs that existed before 1987. From 1987 until 1999 Bulgaria was divided into 9 larger oblasts.|
Each oblast is named after its capital. In the case of Sofia Oblast and Sofia City, Sofia is the capital of both provinces, but its territory is only included in Sofia City.