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A street in Targovishte
A street in Targovishte
Târgovişte is also a city in Romania.

Targovishte (Bulgarian: Търговище, "marketplace"; Turkish: Eski Cuma, "old market") is a city (population: 46 000; 170 m above sea-level) in Bulgaria, capital of Targovishte Province. It is situated at the southern foot of the low mountain of Preslav on both banks of the Vrana River. It is 339 km north-east of Sofia, 41 km west of Shumen, 25 km north-west of Veliki Preslav, 24 km north-east of Omurtag, 100 km north-east of Veliko Tarnovo, 36 km south of Razgrad, and 35 km south-east of Popovo. It was an ancient market settlement. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (1704x2272, 2462 KB) Targovishte, Bulgaria. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (1704x2272, 2462 KB) Targovishte, Bulgaria. ... County DâmboviÅ£a County Status County capital Mayor Iulian Furcoiu, Social Democratic Party, since 2000 Population (2002) 89,429 Geographical coordinates Web site http://www. ... Targovishte province shown within Bulgaria Targovishte (Търговищка област) is a province in central Bulgaria. ... This article is about the capital of Bulgaria. ... Shumen (Bulgarian: ; Turkish: ) is a city in the northeastern part of Bulgaria, capital of Shumen Province. ... The 1860 St Demetrius the Megalomartyr Bulgarian Orthodox church in Omurtag Omurtag (Омуртаг) is a town at the eastern foot of Stara Planina in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Targovishte Province. ... Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgarian: Велико Търново; also transliterated as Veliko Turnovo) is a city in central northern Bulgaria and the administrative centre of Veliko Tarnovo Province. ... Ibrahim Pasha (Ä°brahim PaÅŸa) Mosque Razgrad (Разград) is a city in northeastern Bulgaria and the capital of Razgrad Province, built upon the ruins of the Ancient Roman town of Abritus on the banks of the Beli Lom. ... Popovo (Попово, from поп, pop priest and the placename suffix -ovo, literally the priests village) is a town in eastern Bulgaria, part of Targovishte Province. ...


In the 18th and 19th centuries it became a famous market for animals and craft products called Eski-Djumaia. Industrial development began after the Second World War. Factories producing car batteries and machines for the food industry were opened; later, furniture and textile industries developed. One of Bulgaria's largest wine production factories is located there. The town is a cultural center. In 2000, ruins of an ancient Roman town called Missionis (Мисионис) were found near Targovishte. Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display full 2000 Gregorian calendar). ...

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External links

  • http://www.torrenta.net - Torrent tracker for Targovishte users
  • http://www.targоvishte.com
  • http://www.targovishte.bg - an official web-site of Targovishte minicipality

 
 

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