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Encyclopedia > Reservoirs and dams in Bulgaria

This is a list of Reservoirs and dams in Bulgaria:

  • Batak
  • Beli Lom (in Bulgarian: White Lom)
  • Belmeken
  • Chatalka
  • Dospat
  • Dushantsi
  • Golyam Beglik
  • Iskar
  • Ivaylovgrad (Bulgarian: Ivaylo's town)
  • Kamchiya
  • Kardzhali
  • Koprinka
  • Malko Sharkovo (Bulgarian: Little Sharkovo)
  • Mandra (Bulgarian: dairy)
  • Montana
  • Ovcharitsa
  • Palitsi
  • Pasarel
  • Pchelina (Bulgarian: Apiary)
  • Pyasachnik (Bulgarian: Sandstone)
  • Saedinenie (Bulgarian: Union)
  • Shiroka Polyana (Bulgarian: Broad meadow)
  • Sopot
  • Stamboliyski
  • Studena (Bulgarian: Cold)
  • Studen kladenets (Bulgarian: A cold well)
  • Ticha
  • Topolnitsa (in Bulgarian, Topola means poplar)
  • Toshkovchak
  • Trakiets (Bulgarian: Thracian)
  • Tzonevo
  • Vacha (ex-name: Antonivanovtsi)
  • Vasil Kolarov
  • Yastrebino (in Bulgarian, Yastreb means Hawk)
  • Yovkovtsi (named after Yordan Yovkov, a significant Bulgarian writer)
  • Zhrebchevo (in Bulgarian, Zhrebche means Little stallion)

see also


  Results from FactBites:
 
Bulgaria - encyclopedia article about Bulgaria. (3466 words)
It is bordered by Ukraine and Moldova in the northeast; Hungary in the west; Serbia and Bulgaria to the south along the Danube River.
Bulgaria joined NATO on 29 March, 2004 and is set to join the European Union on 1 January, 2007 after signing the Treaty of Accession on 25 April 2005.
Volga Bulgaria is also a historic state that existed in 10-14th centuries around the confluence of Volga and Kama.
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