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Encyclopedia > List of Bulgarians

This is a partial list of famous Bulgarians: This is a partial list of partial lists on Wikipedia. ...

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Performing arts

Directors

Slatan Theodor Dudow was a Bulgarian born film director and screenwriter who made a number of films in the Weimar Republic and East Germany. ... Nikola Kovachev (Bulgarian: ) (born 4 June 1934) is a former Bulgarian football player and manager. ... Vulo Radev is a Bulgarian film director, born in Lesidren, Bulgaria 1 January 1923. ...

Actors and actresses

Georgi Georgiev (Bulgarian: ) is a Bulgarian musician. ... Hristo Shopov in Vchera Hristo Naumov Shopov (Bulgarian: ) (born January 4, 1964 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian actor. ... Itzhak Fintzi (b. ... Katya Paskaleva (September 18, 1945 - July 25, 2002) was a Bulgarian actress, most famous for her role in Koziyat rog (1972). ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Marius Kurkinski is a Bulgarian actor, director, film writer and pop singer. ... Nevena Kokanova (Cyrillic: Невена Коканова, born 12 November 1938-3 June 2000), is a Bulgarian film actress. ... Ianevski as Viktor Krum in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 2005 Stanislav Ianevski (born May 16, 1985) is a Bulgarian actor, best known for playing Viktor Krum in the 2005 film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. ... Stefan Danailov (born December 9, 1942) is a Bulgarian actor and current Minister of Culture of Bulgaria. ... Stoyanka Konstantinova Mutafova (Bulgarian: Стоянка Константинова Мутафова) is a Bulgarian actress born on February 2, 1922 in Sofia. ... Todor Kolev is a leading Bulgarian actor. ...

Showmen

Slavi Trifonov Stanislav Todorov Trifonov, known as Slavi Trifonov, is a Bulgarian showman, singer and musician. ... Magdalina Vulchanova is a famous bulgarian model, Miss Bulgaria 2000 and mascot of the bulgarian football team. ... Todor Kolev is a leading Bulgarian actor. ...

Literature

Authors

Author of Baui Ganyu. ... Angel Karaliychev (Bulgarian: ) (21 August 1902 - 14 December 1972) was a Bulgarian writer of childrens literature. ... Anton Strashimirov (1872–1937) was a Bulgarian author. ... Assen Bossev (November 22, 1913 _ April 24, 1997) was a prominent Bulgarian author of childrens literature, as well as a translator from Russian. ... Atanas Hristov Dalchev (Bulgarian: ) (June 12, 1904 - January 17, 1978) a Bulgarian poet and translator. ... Blaga Dimitrova (Bulgarian: ) (2 January 1922 - 2 May 2003) was a Bulgarian poetess and Vice President of Bulgaria from 1992 until 1993. ... Chernorizetz Hrabar (Chernorizetz the Brave) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar and writer working at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 10th century. ... Chudomir (Bulgarian: ) (March 25, 1890 — December 26, 1967), born Dimitar Hristov Chorbadzhiev (Bulgarian: ), was a Bulgarian writer and painter. ... Saint Clement of Ohrid Saint Clement of Ohrid (Bulgarian: , IPA: ) (ca. ... Constantine of Preslav (Konstantin Preslavski) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 10th century. ... Dimcho Debelyanov (Bulgarian: ) (28 March 1887 - 2 October 1916) was a Bulgarian poet and author whose death in the First World War cut off his promising literary career. ... Dimitar Talev (Bulgarian: ) (1 September 1898 – 20 October 1966) was a Bulgarian author and journalist. ... gabe panaroni was not very smart (Bulgarian: ) (August 26, 1886 - November 16, 1983) was а Bulgarian poetess. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Grigor Parlichev Grigor Stavrev Parlichev ( Григор Ставрев Пърличев, January 18, 1830 in Ohrid, present-day Republic of Macedonia - January 25, 1893 in Ohrid), was a Bulgarian writer and translator. ... This article or section seems not to be written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia entry. ... Hristo Smirnenski (Bulgarian: ) (September 29, 1898 - June 18, 1923) was a Bulgarian poet and prose writer. ... This article is in need of attention. ... John Exarch (John the Exarch, also transcribed Joan Exarch, Joan Ekzarh) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 10th century. ... Lyuben Karavelov was a Bulgarian writer and an important figure of the Bulgarian National Revival born around 1834 in Koprivshtitsa. ... Front cover of the original edition of Bulgarian Folk Songs The Miladinov Brothers (Bulgarian: Братя Миладинови; Macedonian: Браќа Миладиновци). Dimitar Miladinov (1810-1862) and Konstantin Miladinov (1830-1862), were Bulgarian poets (in Republic of Macedonia they are considered Macedonian) and folklorists from Macedonia, authors of the most important collection of Bulgarian folk songs in... Nedyalko Yordanov is a famous Bulgarian poet, playwright, and publicist. ... Saint Paisius of Hilendar or Paisiy Hilendarski (Bulgarian: свети Паисий Хилендарски) (1722 – 1773) was a Bulgarian clergyman and a key Bulgarian National Revival figure. ... Pavel Vezhinov (Bulgarian: Павел Вежинов) (November 9, 1914 - December 2 1983, 1982), born Nikola Delchev Gugov, was a Bulgarian Science Fiction writer. ... Pencho Slaveykov Pencho Slaveykov (left sculpture) and his father Petko (right sculpture) as immortalized on Slaveykov Square in Sofia Pencho Petkov Slaveykov (Bulgarian: ) (27 April 1866 - 28 May 1912) was a noted Bulgarian poet and one of the participants in the Misal (Thought) circle. ... Petar Beron (Bulgarian: ) ( 1795 – March 21, 1871) was a famous Bulgarian educator. ... Petko Slaveykov Petko Rachov Slaveykov (Bulgarian: ) (17 November 1827-1 July 1895) was a noted 19th-century Bulgarian poet, publicist, public figure and folklorist. ... Petya Stoykova Dubarova (April 25, 1962 - December 4, 1979) was a Bulgarian poetess. ... Peyo Yavorov (January 1, 1878) - October 17, 1914) was a Bulgarian poet, considered to be one of the finest poetic talents of the turn of the century in Bulgaria. ... Radoy Ralin (Bulgarian: ) (April 23, 1923 - July 22, 2004), born Dimitar Stoyanov (Bulgarian: ), was a famous Bulgarian dissident, poet and satirist. ... Ran Bosilek (1886-1958) was a famous Bulgarian author of childrens books. ... Sofronii Vrachanski, or to give him his secular name, Stoiko Vladislavov, was a great figure of the Bulgarian Renaissance who drew his inspiration from Paisii Hilandarski. ... Stefan Tzanev (b. ... Vasil Nikolov Drumev (ca. ... Yordan Radichkov Yordan Radichkov (October 24, 1929 - January 21, 2004) was a famous Bulgarian writer and playwright, arguably the most significant figure in Bulgarian literature in the last third of the 20th century he was full of subversive insight and is often referred to as the Bulgarian Kafka or Gogol. ... Yordan Stefanov Yovkov (November 9, 1880, Zheravna - October 15, 1937, Sofia) was a Bulgarian writer of novels, short stories, and plays. ... Zahariy Stoyanov (Bulgarian: ) (1850 – September 2, 1889), born Dzhendo Stoyanov Dzhendov (Bulgarian: ), was a Bulgarian revolutionary, writer, and historian. ...

Theory of Literature

  • Nikola Georgiev

Music

Composers

See also List of Bulgarian composers
  • Aleksandar Krastev
  • Aleksandar Morfov
  • Aleksandar Raichev
  • Angel Bukureshtliev
  • Asen Dimitrov
  • Asen Karastoyanov
  • Boyan Ikonomov
  • Tryphon Silyanovski
  • Nikola Atanasov
  • Evgeni Dimitrov
  • Georgi Dimitrov
  • Stefan Dragostinov
  • Marin Goleminov
  • Michail Goleminov
  • Nikolay Madzharov
  • Parashkev Hadzhiev
  • Dimitar Hadzhigeorgiev
  • Hristo Spasov Tsanoff
  • Dimitar Hristov
  • Dobri Hristov
  • Diko Iliev
  • Konstantin Iliev
  • Vassil Kazandzhiev
  • Petar Krumov
  • John Kukuzelis
  • Filip Kutev
  • Krasimir Kyurchiiski
  • Milcho Leviev
  • Petar Lyondev
  • Emanuil Manolov
  • Georgi Minchev
  • Stefan Mutafchiev
  • Petko Naumov
  • Dimitar Nenov
  • Lazer Nikolov
  • Svetoslav Obretenov
  • Lyubomir Pipkov
  • Panayot Pipkov
  • Simeon Pironkov
  • Stefan Popov [1]
  • Mitko Shterev
  • Ivan Spasov
  • Petko Stainov
  • Kiril Stefanov
  • Veselin Stoyanov
  • Petar Stupel
  • Dimitar Tapkov
  • Georgi Tutev
  • Stefan Valdobrev
  • Pancho Vladigerov
  • Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin
  • Konstantin Manolov

Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Michail Goleminov is a Bulgarian composer, pianist and conductor. ... Dobri Hristov (December 14, 1875 - January 23, 1941), was born in Varna, Bulgaria, three years before the liberation of the country from Ottoman rule (1878). ... Petar Krumov (Петър Kрумов) was born the 6 August, 1934 in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. ... Saint John Kukuzelis (Bulgarian: , Yoan Kukuzel; Albanian: ) (c. ... Milcho Leviev (December 19, 1937, Plovdiv, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian composer, arranger, jazz performer and pianist. ... Emanuil Manolov (January 7, 1860 - February 2, 1902) was a Bulgarian composer. ... Please wikify (format) this article or section as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... Stefan Popov (born April 3, 1940) is an internationally recognized cellist who holds both Bulgarian and British nationality. ... Petko Staynov (born December 1, 1896 in Kazanluk, died June 26, 1977) was a Bulgarian composer and pianist. ... Georgi Tutev (Born: 23 August 1924 - 13 September 1994) Bulgarian composer of contemporary classical music, one of the main representative of the Bulgarian modernism. ... Vladigerov, Pancho (Haralanov) March, 13/25, 1899, Zurich - Sept. ...

Singers and musicians

See also List of Bulgarian musicians and singers

Here is the list of less famous Bulgarian musicians and singers: Grisha Georgiev, of Matakka Radka Aleksova Petar Bonev Stoyanka Boneva Olga Borisova Yuri Boukoff Boris Christoff Toni Dacheva Diana Dafova Boika Dangova Emil Dimitrov Binka Dobreva Stefan Dragostinov Galya Durmushliiska Eva Georgieva Nikolai Gyaurov Georgi Hristov Ana Ilieva Lea... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Alexis Weissenberg (born July 26, 1929) is a French pianist of Bulgarian birth. ... Boris Christoff Boris Christoff (Bulgarian: ) (May 18, 1914, Plovdiv, Bulgaria – June 28, 1993, Rome, Italy) was a Bulgarian opera singer, one of the greatest basses of the 20th century. ... Please wikify (format) this article or section as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... Stoyanka Savova Nikolova, more famous by her stage name Elena Nicolai (January 24, 1905 – October 23, 1993), was a Bulgarian mezzo-soprano and opera singer. ... Emil Dimitrov (Bulgarian: ) (December 23, 1940, Pleven - March 30, 2005, Sofia) was a popular Bulgarian singer. ... The word Emilia may have many meanings: The name Emilia originated in Italy, and is sometimes confused with the similar-sounding name Amelia. Emilia is an historical region of Italy, now merged with Romagna to form the Emilia-Romagna administrative region. ... Ivana is a 6th class municipality in the province of Batanes, Philippines. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Kiril Marichkov (Bulgarian: ) (born October 30, 1944) is a Bulgarian rock musician. ... Lili Ivanova (Bulgarian: ) (born April 24, 1939) is a popular Bulgarian singer. ... Ljuba Welitsch (1913 - 1996) was a celebrated Austrian soprano, born in Bulgaria, who sang in opera. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Marius Kurkinski is a Bulgarian actor, director, film writer and pop singer. ... Mira Aroyo (Bulgarian: ), born in Bulgaria, is a member of the electropop band Ladytron, and currently lives in Liverpool, England. ... Nayden Todorov was born in 1974 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. ... Nicolai Ghiaurov (13 September 1929–2 June 2004) was a Bulgarian opera singer and probably the most famous bass of the postwar period. ... Raina Kabaivanska Raina Kabaivanska is a Bulgarian opera singer, one of the most renowned sopranos in the second half of the 20th century. ... Slavi Trifonov Stanislav Todorov Trifonov, known as Slavi Trifonov, is a Bulgarian showman, singer and musician. ... Categories: Possible copyright violations ... Svetla Protich Svetla Protich (Bulgarian: ), born on July 24, 1939 in Sofia, is a popular Bulgarian classical pianist. ... Svilen Noev (Bulgarian: ) (born September 22, 1975) is a Bulgarian singer-songwriter, best known for being the bandleader of Ostava. ... Saint John Kukuzelis (Bulgarian: , Yoan Kukuzel; Albanian: ) (c. ...

Visual arts

Sculptors

  • Galin Malakchiev
  • Vaska Emanuilova
  • Radoslav Maglov

Graphic artists

  • Boris Georgiev
  • Pencho Georgiev
  • Todor Panayotov
  • Vassil Zahariev
  • Luba Lukova
  • Bogdan Ognyanov

Painters

Bencho Yordanov Obreshkov (April 27, 1899, Karnobat - April 8, 1970, Bulgarian painter. ... Chudomir (Bulgarian: ) (March 25, 1890 — December 26, 1967), born Dimitar Hristov Chorbadzhiev (Bulgarian: ), was a Bulgarian writer and painter. ... Dechko Uzunov (February 22, 1899 – April 26, 1986) was a Bulgarian painter. ... Ekaterina Savova-Nenova (Екатерина Савова-Ненова) is a Bulgarian painter, wife of Ivan Nenov. ... George Papazov ( Pappasoff, Georges) b. ... Dedication of Stemmatographia from Pavel Nenadović to Hristofor Zhefarovich Hristofor Zhefarovich (original Cyrillic Христофоръ Жефаровичъ; Bulgarian: Христофор Жеварович; Macedonian: Христофор Жефаровиќ; Serbian: Христофор Жефаровић and Hristofor Žefarović) was an 18th-century South Slavic painter, engraver, writer and poet and a figure of the Illyrian movement. ... Ivan Mrkvička (-Czech, also Jan Václav Mrkvička; Bulgarian: ) (23 April 1856 – 16 May 1938) was a Czech-born painter and an active contributor to the artistic life of newly-liberated Bulgaria in the late 19th and early 20th century. ... Ivan Nenov (Иван Василев Ненов) is a Bulgarian painter born in Kyustendil (1902-1997). ... Julius Mordecai Pincas, (March 31, 1885 - June 5, 1930) aka Pascin, The Prince of Montparnasse, was a Jewish - Bulgarian painter. ... Konstantin Georgiev Shtarkelov (Bulgarian: ) (March 20, 1889 – April 29, 1961) was a Bulgarian painter. ... Nikola Vasilev Avramov (May 21, 1897 - June 15, 1945) was a Bulgarian painter. ... Radi Nedelchev Radi Nedelchev (April 1, 1938-) is a Bulgarian artist best known as a painter of naïve art. ... Silvia Dimitrova (born 1970), in Pleven in Northern Bulgaria is an icon painter. ... Vladimir Dimitrov - Maistora - Bulgarian painter, draughtsman and teacher, born Frolosh, near Kyustendil on 1 Feb. ... Yaroslav Veshin was a popular Bulgarian painter of the New Bulgaria period. ... One of the mural self-portraits of Zahari Zograf Zahariy Hristovich Dimitrov (Bulgarian: ) (1810–1853), better known as Zahari Zograf (or Zahariy Zograf; Захари(й) Зограф) is arguably the most famous Bulgarian painter of the Bulgarian National Revival, noted for his church mural paintings and icons and often regarded as the founder of... Zlatyu Georgiev Boyadzhiev (October 22, 1903 - February 2, 1976) was a Bulgarian painter. ...

Architects

The art gallery in Dryanovo, designed by Kolyu Ficheto Nikola Fichev (Никола Фичев), commonly known as Kolyu Ficheto (Колю Фичето) (1800-1881) was a Bulgarian National Revival architect, builder and sculptor born in Dryanovo in 1800. ...

Cartoonists

  • Vlad Kolarov
  • Ivailo Ninov
  • Christo Komarnitski
  • Radoslav Radoslavov
  • Donio Donev
  • Simeon Spiridonov
  • Ivailo Tsvetkov
  • Roumen Dragostinov
  • Nikolai Arnaudov
  • Alex Maleev

Vlad Kolarov Vlad Kolarov is an Bulgarian-born Canadian cartoonist, humorous illustrator, designer and animator. ... Alex Maleev is a comic book illustrator. ...

Business

Businessmen

  • Emiliyan Dimov
  • Andrey Bachvarov
  • Maxim Behar
  • Gueorgui Boyadjiev
  • Ignat Kaneff
  • Iliya Pavlov
  • Kroum Pindoff [1]
  • Valentin Zlatev
  • Emil Kyulev
  • Vassil Vassilev
  • [[Manol Kourdalanov]]
  • Konstantin Dimitrov
  • Petar Baburkov
  • Vassil Bozhkov
  • Georgi Naydenov
  • Iliya Kochev

Maxim Behar is a Bulgarian businessman, Chief Executive of M3 Communications Group, Inc. ... Iliya Pavlov Naydenov (August 6, 1960 - March 7, 2003) was a Bulgarian businessman. ... Born during the first World War, raised in various European countries, including Macedonia where he was born, and Bulgaria where he spent many of his formative years, Kroum Pindoff and Eva, his German-born wife, both survivors of the horrors of war, arrived in Canada in 1955 as immigrants with... Emil Kyulev (Cyrillic: Емил Кюлев) (June 5, 1957 – October 26, 2005) was a Bulgarian banker, owner of DZI bank. ...

Lawyers

  • Nikola Filchev
  • Boris Velchev

State

Politicians

Boyko Metodiev Borisov (Бойко Методиев Борисов) (born June 13, 1959) is the current mayor of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. ... Georgi Ivanov Atanasov (born 10 June 1933) was a leading member of the Bulgarian Communist Party who served as Prime Minister from 1986-1990. ... Alexander Joseph of Battenberg (April 5, 1857 - November 17, 1893), the first prince of modern Bulgaria, reigned from April 29, 1879 to September 7, 1886). ... Todor Stoyanov Burmov (Bulgarian: ) (2 January 1834 - 25 October 1906) was a leading Bulgarian Conservative Party politician and the first Prime Minister of an independent Bulgaria. ... Vulko Velev Chervenkov (September 6, 1900–October 21, 1980) was a Bulgarian communist politician. ... Filip Dimitrov (born 31 March 1955) is a Bulgarian politician. ... Georgi Dimitrov Georgi Mikhailov Dimitrov (Георги Михайлов Димитров, also known as Георгий Михайлович Димитров- Georgiy Mikhailovich Dimitrov) (June 18, 1882, Kovachevtsi, Pernik Province - July 2, 1949, Moscow) was a Bulgarian Communist leader. ... Ahmed Dogan is an ethnic Turk and human rights activist in Bulgaria. ... Kimon Georgiev (Stoyanov) (1882-1969) was a Bulgarian prime minister. ... Lyubcho Georgievski (Macedonian: , Bulgarian: ) (formerly known as Љупчо Георгиевски - first name spelt Ljupčo, now Lyubcho) (born January 17, 1966 in Å tip) is a politician from the Republic of Macedonia and former Prime Minister of the country. ... Reneta Indzhova (born 6 July 1953 in Nova Zagora) is a leading Bulgarian politician and, whilst serving as interim Prime Minister, became the countrys first female head of government. ... Vasil Petrov Kolarov (July 16, 1877 January 23, 1950) was a Bulgarian communist political leader. ... Ivan Yordanov Kostov (born December 23, 1949 in Sofia) was Prime Minister of Bulgaria from May 1997 to July 2001 and leader of the Union of Democratic Forces between December 1994 and July 2001. ... Andrey Karlov Lukanov (September 26, 1938- October 2, 1996) was a Bulgarian political figure. ... Petar Toshev Mladenov (Bulgarian: ) (August 22, 1936 - May 31, 2000) was a Bulgarian communist diplomat and politician. ... Georgi Sedefchov Parvanov (Bulgarian: ) (born 28 June 1957) has been president of Bulgaria since 22 January 2002. ... Solomon Passy at an OSCE meeting in Prague in 2004. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Blagovest Sendov is a famous Bulgarian mathematician. ... Stefan Antonov Sofiyanski (Bulgarian: ) (born November 7, 1951 in Sofia) has been a leading member of the Union of Democratic Forces in Bulgaria. ... Aleksandar Stamboliyski (Александър Стамболийски, March 1, 1879-June 14, 1923) was the prime minister of Bulgaria from 1918 until 1923. ... A statue of Stefan N. Stambolov in his birthplace Veliko Turnovo Stefan Nikolov Stambolov (Bulgarian: Стефан Николов Стамболов) (January 31, 1854 - July 6, 1895) was a Bulgarian revolutionary and statesman. ... Petar Stefanov Stoyanov (Bulgarian: ) (born May 25, 1952) was President of Bulgaria from 1997 until 2002. ... Zhan Vasilev Videnov (Bulgarian: Жан Виденов; born March 22, 1959) was the Prime Minister of Bulgaria from January 25, 1995 until February 13, 1997. ... Zhelyu Mitev Zhelev (Bulgarian: ) (born March 3, 1935) is a Bulgarian politician and former dissident who was President of Bulgaria from 1990 to 1997. ... Todor Zhivkov Todor Hristov Zhivkov (Bulgarian: Toдор XpиcÑ‚oв Живков; pronounced ; (September 7, 1911–August 5, 1998) was the Communist leader of Bulgaria from March 4, 1954 until November 10, 1989. ... Sergey Dmitrievich Stanishev (Bulgarian: Сергей Станишев) (born May 5, 1966), Bulgarian politician, is Chairman of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP). ...

Revolutionaries

Todor Aleksandrov (March 4, 1881, Shtip - August 31, 1924, Pirin) was a 19th century Bulgarian revolutionary. ... Georgi Benkovski was the leader of the April rebellion. ... Damyan Yovanov Gruev (Macedonian: Дамјан Јованов Груев; Bulgarian: Дамян Йованов Груев) - (January 19, 1871, Smilevo, present day Republic of Macedonia - December 10, 1906, near Petlec peak, present day Republic of Macedonia) was a 19th century Bulgarian revolutionary. ... Goce Delchev Goce Delchev (Гоце Делчев, also transliterated Goce Delčev, Gotze Delchev and Gotse Delchev; 1872-1903) was a 19th century Bulgarian revolutionary. ... Tsanko Hristov Dyustabanov (May 13, 1844, Gabrovo - June 15, 1876, Veliko Tarnovo) was a Bulgarian revolutionary and participant in the April uprising of 1876. ... Dimitar Nikolov Asenov (Bulgarian: ) (10 May 1840 - 18 July 1868), better known as Hadzhi Dimitar (Хаджи Димитър) was one of the most prominent Bulgarian voivods and revolutionary workers for the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule. ... Todor Kableshkov Todor Kableshkov (Тодор Каблешков) (13 January 1851-16 June 1876) was a 19th-century Bulgarian revolutionary and one of the leaders of the April Uprising. ... Stefan Karadzha (Bulgarian: ) (11 May 1840 - 31 July 1868), born Stefan Todorov Dimov (Bulgarian: ), was a Bulgarian national hero, a revolutionary from the national liberation movement and a rebellion leader. ... Lyuben Karavelov was a Bulgarian writer and an important figure of the Bulgarian National Revival born around 1834 in Koprivshtitsa. ... Vasil Levski (Bulgarian: Васил Левски, also transliterated as Vassil Levski), born Vasil Ivanov Kunchev (Васил Иванов Кунчев) was a Bulgarian revolutionary, ideologist, strategist and theoretician of the Bulgarian national revolution and leader of the struggle for liberation from Ottoman rule. ... Gjorche Petrov Gjorche Petrov Petrov (Bulgarian: , Macedonian: ; 1864/1865 in Varosh, present day Republic of Macedonia - June 28, 1921 in Sofia, Bulgaria) was a Bulgarian freedom fighter and one of the leaders of the Macedonian-Adrianople revolutionary movement (IMARO, BMARC before 1902). ... Yane Sandanski Yane Ivanov Sandanski or Jane Ivanov Sandanski (May 18, 1872, Vlahi, present day Bulgaria - April 22, 1915 near Melnik, Bulgaria) was a Bulgarian revolutionary from Macedonia, one of the leaders of the BMARC since 1895 (SMARO from 1902 and IMRO from 1906). ... Better known as a revolutionary, Georgi Sava Rakovski (1821, Kotel – 1867, Bucharest) also contributed to the 19th-century Bulgarian literary world. ... Hristo Tatarchev - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... This article or section seems not to be written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia entry. ... Revolutionary, when used as a noun, is a person who either advocates or actively engages in some kind of revolution. ... A poet is someone who writes poetry. ...

Voivodes

Voivode (as it is spelled in the Oxford English Dictionary), or less commonly voivod, is a Slavic word that originally denoted the principal commander of a military force. ... Angel voivoda was born in Rodpean village Dragoinovo. ... Boyana (Bulgarian: ) is a quarter of the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, part of Vitosha municipality and situated 8 km south of the city centre, in the outskirts of Vitosha. ... Bulgarian coachbuilding company in Botevgrad. ... Indzhe voivoda has been immortalized in literary works, both in story telling and poetry. ... Karposh may refer to various places or historical figures in Macedonia: // Macedonian rebel Karposh (given name unknown) - Macedonian rebel leader, killed by Ottomans in 1689 after leading an uprising. ... Sinte or Sinti (Singular masc. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Kohl (cosmetics). ...

Academicians

Scientists

Stephan Angeloff is a Bulgarian microbiologist. ... John Vincent Atanasoff (October 4, 1903 – June 15, 1995) was an American physicist of Bulgarian descent. ... A BlueGene supercomputer cabinet. ... Krassimir Todorov Atanassov (23 March 1954, Burgas, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian mathematician. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Petar Beron (Bulgarian: ) ( 1795 – March 21, 1871) was a famous Bulgarian educator. ... Veselin Beshevliev is an important Bulgarian Classicist. ... Georgi Bliznakoff is a famous Bulgarian chemist. ... Georgi Bonev is a famous Bulgarian mathematician. ... Kiril Tsochev Bratanov (1911-1986) was a prominent Bulgarian biologist and pioneer in the area of immunology of reproduction. ... Ljubomir Chakaloff is a famous Bulgarian mathematician. ... Kiril Borissov Chukanov, a Bulgarian electrical engineer, is the founder of Chukanov Quantum Energy, LLC., formerly known as General Energy International. ... Boyan Dimitrov is a famous Bulgarian mathematician. ... Stamen Grigorov is a prominent Bulgarian physician. ... Assen Jordanoff (Bulgarian: ), born Asen Khristov Yordanov (September 2, 1896, Sofia – October 19, 1967) was a Bulgarian American inventor, engineer, and aviation pioneer of global recognition. ... An Air France Boeing 777, a modern passenger jet. ... Georgi Kitov (b. ... Georgi Lozanov is a Bulgarian educator and psychologist who emerged in the 1970s as a leading figure in the field of accelerated learning with his theory of suggestopedia where various techniques, including breathing and music, were found to enhance learning. ... Georgi Manev is a famous Bulgarian physicist. ... Dimitar Mihalchev is an important Bulgarian academic. ... Stefan Mladenov is a famous Bulgarian linguist. ... Georgi Nadzhakoff is a famous Bulgarian physicist. ... The photoelectric effect is the emission of electrons from a surface (usually metallic) upon exposure to, and absorption of, electromagnetic radiation (such as visible light and ultraviolet radiation) that is above the threshold frequency particular to each type of surface. ... Nikola Obreshkov is a prominent Bulgarian mathematician. ... Dimiter Orahovats is a prominent Bulgarian physiologist. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Angel Penchev is a famous Bulgarian neurologist. ... Peter Petroff (October 21, 1919 – February 7, 2003) was a Bulgarian-American inventor, engineer, NASA scientist, and adventurer of Bulgarian origin. ... Blagovest Sendov is a famous Bulgarian mathematician. ... Prof. ... Asen Zlatarov is a famous Bulgarian chemist. ... Vasil Zlatarski is a famous Bulgarian historian. ...

Economists

Stoyan Alexandrov is a Bulgarian economist. ... Lyuben Berov (Bulgarian: ) (6 October 1925, Sofia - 7 December 2006) was a Bulgarian economist. ... Chavdar Kanchev is a Bulgarian economist. ... Ivan Iskrov (Иван Искров), born 26 March, 1967 in Pirdop, is the Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank since October, 2003. ...

Philosophers

Julia Kristeva (Bulgarian: ) (born 24 June 1941) is a Bulgarian-French philosopher, psychoanalyst, feminist, and, most recently, novelist, who has lived in France since the mid-1960s. ... Isaac Passy is a famous Bulgarian philosopher. ... Tzvetan Todorov (Bulgarian: ) (born on March 1, 1939 in Sofia) is a Franco-Bulgarian philosopher. ... Peter Constantinov Deunov Master Beinsa Douno Master of Esoteric Christianity Petar Constantinov Deunov (Bulgarian Петър Константинов Дънов, pronounced ) was a spiritual teacher and founder of a school of Esoteric Christianity. ... Maria N. Todorova (born 1949, Sofia) is a Bulgarian historian and philosopher. ...

Sports

See also List of Bulgarian footballers

This is a list of Bulgarian footballers and football coaches Footballers Stefan Aladzhov Lyubomir Angelov - Staroto Dimitar Berbatov Hristo Bonev Daniel Borimirov Stefan Bozhkov Georgi Denev Dinko Dermendzhiev Todor Diev Plamen Getov R. Goranov Nikolai Iliev Bozhidar Iskrenov Trifon Ivanov Kiril Ivkov Bozhil Kolev Ivan Kolev Emil Kostadinov Bozhin Laskov... Stefka Kostadinova (born March 25, 1965) is a Bulgarian former athlete specialising in the high jump and current President of the Bulgarian Olympic Committee. ... World records in athletics (track and field) are ratified by the International Association of Athletics Federations. ... Gold medal winner Ethel Catherwood of Canada scissors over the bar at the 1928 Summer Olympics. ... Yordanka Donkova (born September 28, 1961 in Yana, Sofia, Bulgaria) is a former hurdling athlete notable for winning an Olympic gold medal and bronze medal as well as 9 medals at European indoor and outdoor championships. ... World records in athletics (track and field) are ratified by the International Association of Athletics Federations. ... Hurdling is running over obstacles. ... Maria Gigova (Bulgarian: ) (born April 24, 1947) is a Bulgarian rhythmic gymnast. ... Rhythmic gymnasts from Greece in the 2000 Sydney Olympics Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which single competitors or groups of two or more manipulate five types of apparatus: Ball, Clubs, Hoop, Ribbon, and Rope. ... Some world record attempts are more unusual than others. ... Maria Petrova cyrillic Мария Петрова was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 1975 and is regarded as one of the finest rhythmic gymnasts of all time. ... Rhythmic gymnasts from Greece in the 2000 Sydney Olympics Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which single competitors or groups of two or more manipulate five types of apparatus: Ball, Clubs, Hoop, Ribbon, and Rope. ... Some world record attempts are more unusual than others. ... Veselin Topalov 2005 Veselin Topalov (IPA: ; Bulgarian: ) (born 15 March 1975) is a Bulgarian chess grandmaster and former FIDE world champion. ... Antoaneta Stefanova (b. ... The 1984 World Chess Championship was between Anatoly Karpov (left) and Garry Kasparov (right). ... Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgarian: ) (born February 8, 1966, in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) is a football manager and former striker who was a member of the Bulgaria national team that finished fourth at the 1994 FIFA World Cup. ... The 1994 Football World Cup was held in the USA. It was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 3-2 on penalties, after the game and extra time ended 0-0. ... The (French for Golden Ball) is a football award, created in 1956 by the French football magazine France Football. ... Albena Denkova (Bulgarian: ) (born December 3, 1974 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian ice dancer. ... The World Figure Skating Championships is an annual event sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which elite figure skaters compete for the title of World Champion. ... Ice dancers Maya Usova and Alexander Zhulin Ice dancing is a form of figure skating which draws from the world of ballroom dancing. ... This article is about all wrestling. ... Georgi Georgiev (Bulgarian: ) is a Bulgarian musician. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Georgi Asparuhov, also known as Gundi (May 4, 1943 – June 30, 1971) is one of the greatest Bulgarian football players of all time. ... Krassimir Balakov (Красимир Балъков; born March 29, 1966 in Veliko Tarnovo) is a former Bulgarian football (soccer) player, a key member of the Bulgarian national team that finished fourth in the 1994 World Cup. ... Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgarian: ) (born 30 January 1981), is a Bulgarian international and Tottenham Hotspur football player. ... Rostislav Dimitrov (born December 26, 1974 in Ruse) is a former triple jumper from Bulgaria, best known for his silver medal at the 1999 World Championships. ... Ivan Ivanov (Bulgarian: ) (born August 27, 1971) was an Olympic weightlifter for Bulgaria. ... Tanyu Kiriakov (born March 2, 1963) is a Bulgarian pistol shooter, the only shooter to have won Olympic gold medals in both the 50 m Pistol event and the 10 m Air Pistol event, in which he was also the first Olympic champion. ... Dan Kolov 1892 - 1940 Dan Kolov, born as Doncho Kolеv (Bulgarian: Дончо Колев) in the village of Sennik, Bulgaria to modest peasant family, was a famous Bulgarian wrestler. ... Nikola Kotkov (Bulgarian: ; nicknamed Котето, Koteto, The Kitten) (9 December 1938–30 June 1971) was Bulgarian footaller who played as a striker. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Manuela Maleeva Manuela Maleeva (born February 14, 1967) is Bulgaria’s all time best female tennis player. ... Katerina Maleeva Katerina Maleeva (born May 7, 1969) is a successful Bulgarian tennis player. ... Magdalena Maleeva at U.S. Open 2000 Magdalena Maleeva (born April 1, 1975) is a successful Bulgarian tennis player. ... Tereza Marinova (Тереза Маринова in Bulgarian, born September 5, 1973 in Pleven) is a Bulgarian athlete who competed in long jump and triple jump. ... Armen Nazarian (Bulgarian: ) (born March 9, 1974 in Gyumri, Armenia) is an Armenian Greco Roman wrestler for Bulgaria and a member of the Fila Hall of Fame. ... Petya Pendareva (born 20 January 1971) is a Bulgarian sprinter who specialized in the 100 metres. ... Dimitar Penev (born July 12, 1945) is a Bulgarian football coach and former player of CSKA Sofia. ... Luboslav Penev (born August 31, 1966) is a Bulgarian footballer. ... Stiliyan Stan Petrov (Bulgarian: ) (sometimes spelt Stillian Petrov) ((born July 5, 1979 in Montana) is a Bulgarian football player who currently plays for Aston Villa in the Premier League. ... Martin Petrov (Bulgarian: ) (born January 15, 1979 in Vratsa) is a Bulgarian football player curently playing for Atletico Madrid in Spain. ... Iva Prandzheva (born February 15, 1972 in Plovdiv) is a former Bulgarian athlete who was successful in both long jump and triple jump. ... Hristo Prodanov (February 24, 1943 - April 20, 1984) was a Bulgarian mountaineer. ... Mountaineering is an umbrella term that can variously be used to describe the actions of climbing, hillwalking and scrambling. ... Evgenia Radanova (Bulgarian: ) (born 4 November 1977) is a Bulgarian female sportsperson that has participated in both Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics. ... Neshka Robeva (Bulgarian: Nechka Robeva) (born May 26, 1946 in Rousse, Bulgaria) was a champion individual Rhythmic Gymnast, and coach. ... Svilen Rusinov (in Bulgarian: Свилен Русинов) is a Bulgarian boxer. ... Kaloyan Mahlyanov is a famous sumo wrestler who lives in Japan and wrestles under the name Kotooshu. ... The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ... Sumo ) is a competition contact sport where two wrestlers or rikishi face off in a circular area. ... Dimitar Stratev (Bulgarian: ) (born 6 August 1982) is a Bulgarian alpine ski racer and ski coach. ... Volleyball is an Olympic sport in which two teams separated by a high net use their hands, arms, or (rarely) other parts of their bodies to hit a ball back and forth over the net. ...

Theology

  • Patriarch Maksim
  • Peter Deunov - Founder of the Universal White Brotherhood

Peter Constantinov Deunov Master Beinsa Douno Master of Esoteric Christianity Peter Konstantinov Deunov (Bulgarian Петър Константинов Дънов, pronounced ) was a spiritual master and founder of a School of Esoteric Christianity. ...

Cuisine

Ivan Zvezdev is one of the top tv Bulgarian cuisine showmen. ...

See also

Bulgarian (Български език, Bǎlgarski ezik) is an Indo-European language, a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic languages. ...

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j People that are disputed or shared with Macedonians.

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