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Burgas is the fourth largest city in Bulgaria. It is located on the south Black Sea coast, in the south-eastern part of the country.


Also spelled "Bourgas".


It is a popular resort area. It is also home to two universities with a total of over 6000 students.


It is also home to Bulgaria's biggest sea port, The Port of Bourgas. The official opening of the port was on May 18th 1903.


Localities within Bourgas include Krushevetz, and Novoseltsi.

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Obshtina Aitos

Aitos, Driankovec, Zetьovo, Karageorgievo, Karanovo, Liaskovo, Malka Poliana, Myglen, Peshtersko, Pirne, Polianovo, Raklinovo, Sydievo, Topolica, Cherna Mogila, Chernograd, Chukarka


Obshtina Burgas

Banevo, Bratovo, Briastovec, Burgas, Bylgarovo, Dimchevo, Draganovo, Vetren, Izvorishte, Marinka, Miroliubovo, Ravnec, Rudnik, Tvyrdica, Cherno More


Obshtina Sredec

Belevren, Belila, Bistrec, Bogdanovo, Varovnik, Goliamo Bukovo, Gorno Iabylkovo, Granitec, Granichar, Sredec, Debelt, Dolno Iabylkovo, Draka, Drachevo, Diulevo, Momina Cyrkva, Zagorci, Zornica, Kirovo, Kubadin, Malina, Orlinci, Prohod, Pynchevo, Radojnovo, Rosenovo, Svetlina, Sinьo Kamene, Slivovo, Suhodol, Vylchanovo, Fakiia


Obshtina Kameno

Vinarsko, Vratica, Zheliazovo, Kameno, Krystina, Livada, Konstantinovo, Polski Izvor, Rusokastro, Svoboda, Troianovo, Trystikovo, Cherni Vryh


Obshtina Karnobat

Asparuhovo, Detelina, Venec, Glumche, Devetak, Devetinci, Dobrinovo, Draganci, Dragovo, Ekzarh Antimovo, Zheleznik, Zhitosviat, Zimen, Iskra, Karnobat, Klikach, Kozare, Krumovo Gradishte, Krushovo, Mydrino, Nevestino, Ognen, Raklica, San-Stefano, Sigmen, Sokolovo, Syrnevo, Smolnik, Hadzhiite, Cerkovski, Cherkovo


Obshtina Malko Tyrnovo

Bliznak, Bryshlian, Biala Voda, Vizica, Gramatikovo, Evrenozovo, Zabernovo, Zvezdec, Kalovo, Malko Tyrnovo, Mladezhko, Slivarovo, Stoilovo


Obshtina Carevo

Ahtopol, Brodilovo, Bylgari, Varvara, Velika, Izgrev, Kondolovo, Kosti, Lozenec, Carevo, Rezovo, Sinemorec, Fazanovo


Obshtina Nesebār

Bania, Sveti Vlas, Giulyovca, Emona, Koznica, Kosharica, Nesebār, Obzor, Orizare, Panicovo, Priselci, Ravda, Rakovskovo, Slānchev Bryag, Tynkovo


Obshtina Pomorie

Aheloj, Aleksandrovo, Bata, Gaberovo, Gorica, Gylybec, Dybnik, Belodol, Kableshkovo, Kamenar, Kozichino, Kosovec, Lyka, Medovo, Pomorie, Poroj, Stracin


Obshtina Ruen

Bilka, Vishna, Vresovo, Podgorec, Dobra Poliana, Dobromir, Dropla, Dyskotna, Diulia, Zaimchevo, Zajchar, Zvezda, Kameniak, Karavelьovo, Listec, Liuliakovo, Pripek, Mrezhichko, Preobrazhenci, Planinica, Prosenik, Razbojna, Rechica, Rozhden, Rudina, Ruen, Rupcha, Ryzhica, Skalak, Snezha, Sniagovo, Sokolec, Sredna Mahala, Struia, Topchijsko, Trynak, Sini Rid, Cheresha, Shivarovo, Iabylchevo, Iasenovo


Obshtina Sozopol

Vyrshilo, Gabyr, Zidarovo, Izvor, Indzhe Vojvoda, Krushevec, Prisad, Ravadinovo, Ravna Gora, Atiia, Rosen, Sozopol, Chernomorec


Obshtina Sungurlare

Balabanchevo, Beronovo, Bosilkovo, Vedrovo, Vezenkovo, Vylchin, Gorovo, Grozden, Esen, Zavet, Kamensko, Kamchiia, Klimash, Kosten, Lozarevo, Lozica, Manolich, Podvis, Prilep, Pchelin, Sadovo, Skala, Slavianci, Sungurlare, Syedinenie, Terzijsko, Velislav, Chernica, Chubra, Dybovica


Obshtina Primorsko

Veselie, Kiten, Novo Panicharevo, Pismenovo, Primorsko, Iasna Poliana




See also

External links

  • http://www.port-burgas.com Port of Bourgas



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Burgas is a municipal, political, and cultural center of the South Eastern region as well as the fourth biggest town in Bulgaria with a population of about 230 000 inhabitants.
Burgas is the center of tourism industry in the southern Bulgarian Black sea coast.
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