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Encyclopedia > Bulgarian Black Sea Coast

The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast covers the whole eastern border of Bulgaria. Black Sea Coast beaches occupy approximately 130 km of the 378 km coast. Bulgarian Black Sea Coast Map File links The following pages link to this file: Bulgarian Black Sea Coast ... Border has several different, but related meanings: Generic borders A border can consist of a margin around the edge of something, such as a lawn, garden, photograph, or sheet of paper. ... 90 mile beach Australia A beach or strand is a geological formation consisting of loose rock particles such as sand, shingle, cobble, or even shell along the shoreline of a body of water. ... A kilometre (American spelling: kilometer, symbol: km) is a unit of length equal to 1000 metres (from the Greek words khilia = thousand and metro = count/measure). ... A coastal image featured on a United States postal stamp. ...


The area's average air temperature in the summer is about 28°C, with the average water temperature at 25°C. There are more than 240 hours of sunshine in May and September and more than 300 hours in July and August. Summer is a season, defined by convention in meteorology as the whole months of June, July and August in the Northern hemisphere and the whole months of December, January and February in the Southern hemisphere. ... The degree Celsius (°C or ℃ (Unicode 0x2103)) is a unit of temperature named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius (1701–1744), who first proposed a similar system in 1742. ... Sunlight is also the trade name of the worlds first packaged, branded laundry soap producted by Lever Brothers. ...


The Balkan Mountains cross the country reaching to the edge of the Black Sea, dividing the costline from south to north. Bulgaria's northern Black Sea Coast features rocky headlands where the sea abuts cliffs up to 70 metres in height. The southern coast is known for its wide sandy beaches. Stara Planina, Rhopode, Rila and Pirin Mountains The Stara Planina (Old Mountains) or Balkan mountain range is an extension of the Carpathian mountain range, separated from it by the Danube River. ... Sedimentary, volcanic, plutonic, metamorphic rock types of North America. ... The bay at San Sebastián, Spain A headland is an area of land adjacent to water on three sides. ... Cliffs on the banks of the River Severn, near Bristol, England In geography, a cliff is a significant vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure. ... The metre, (symbol: m) is the SI base unit of length. ... Patterns in the sand Sand is an example of a class of materials called granular matter. ...


The largest city on Bulgarian Black Sea Coast is Varna (also the third largest city in Bulgaria), located on the northern part of the coast. Another big city is Bourgas, located on the southern coast. City lights from space. ... This article is about a city in Bulgaria. ... Burgas (or Bourgas, Bulgarian: Бургас) is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. ...


Resorts, cities, towns and villages on the Coast

The name Rusalka may refer to one of the following. ... Kavarna (Bulgarian: Каварна) is a little Bulgarian town, which is situated in the south part of the Dobroudja plateau, on the north part of the Black Sea coast. ... Balchik (Bulgarian Балчик) is a town in Northeastern Bulgaria. ... Golden Sands is a resort town on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast located about 15-20 miles from Varna, the third largest city in Bulgaria. ... This article is about a city in Bulgaria. ... Byala might refer to: Byala, a town in Varna oblast in Northeastern Bulgaria. ... Obzor is a town in Bulgaria on the Black Sea coast. ... Sveti Vlas (Свети Влас) is a village on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located in Obshtina Nessebar, Burgas Oblast. ... Sunny Beach (Bulgarian: Слънчев Бряг, Slânchev Bryag) is a town on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located approximately 35 km north of Burgas in Obshtina Nessebar, Burgas Oblast. ... Nessebar (Несебър), previously known as Mesembria and before that as Menebria, is an ancient city on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located in Obshtina Nessebar, Burgas Oblast. ... Elabana Falls is in Lamington National Park, part of the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves World Heritage site in Queensland, Australia. ... Ravda is a village in Southeast Bulgaria, situated in Obshtina Nessebar, in the Burgas region. ... Pomorie is a town in Bulgaria on the Black Sea coast. ... Burgas (or Bourgas, Bulgarian: Бургас) is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. ... Sozopol (Bulgarian: Созопол, Greek: Σωζοπολης) is a small, ancient town located 30 km south of Burgas, Bulgaria. ... Kiten is a Japanese Kanji learning tool and reference for KDE. It also works as an Japanese to English and English to Japanese dictionary. ... A view over Tsarevo Tsarevo (formerly Vassiliko and Michurin) is a resort and fishing town on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, situated on three small coves 72 km southeast of Bourgas, at the eastern foot of the Strandzha Mountain. ... Varvara is a very small village on the Black Sea coast of Burgas, Bulgaria, between the towns of Tsarevo and Ahtopol, near the border with Turkey. ... Akhtopol (Bulgarian Ахтопол) is a town in Southeastern Bulgaria. ...

Rivers

  • Kamchia
  • Ropotamo
  • Rezovska
  • Veleka
  • Provadijska
  • Fakijska

External links

  • Bulgarian Sea Resorts
  • Bulgarian Black Sea Coast hotels
  • Bulgarian Coast Guide

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Bulgarian Black Sea Coast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (207 words)
Black Sea Coast beaches occupy approximately 130 km of the 378 km coast.
The southern coast is known for its wide sandy beaches.
The largest city on Bulgarian Black Sea Coast is Varna (also the third largest city in Bulgaria), located on the northern part of the coast.
Black_Sea (1189 words)
The Black Sea (Bulgarian: Черно море; Greek: Μαύρη Θάλασσα; Romanian: Marea Neagră; Russian: Чёрное мо́ре; Turkish: Karadeniz) (in antiquity known as the Έυξεινος Πόντος, Euxine Sea; Latin: Pontus Euxinus) is an inland sea between southeastern Europe and Asia Minor.
It is connected to the Mediterranean Sea by the Bosporus and the Sea of Marmara, and to the Sea of Azov by the Strait of Kerch.
Strabo (7.3.6) thinks that the Black Sea was called "inhospitable" before Greek colonization, because it was difficult to navigate, and because its shores were inhabited by savage tribes, and that the name was changed to "hospitable" after the Milesians had colonized, as it were making it part of the Greek civilization.
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