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Popovo, Bulgaria

Popovo is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Targovishte Province. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Popovo Municipality. In December 2009, it had a population of 15.548 and an absolute Bulgarian majority. The town was first ...

Pravets

Pravets or Pravetz is a town in Pravets Municipality in central western Bulgaria, located approximately 60 kilometres from the capital Sofia. Pravets is home town of Pravetz computers, "Pravetz" is also a surname. Pravets population of 4.512 peop ...

Provadia

Provadia is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province, located in a deep karst gorge along the Provadia River not far from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is the administrative centre of Provadia Municipality. As of December 2009, ...

Radomir (town)

The town was first mentioned in a 15th-century source as Uradmur. The current form appears for the first time in a source from 1488. The name is derived directly from the personal name Radomir or its adjectival form. In 1918, Bulgaria was ruled b ...

Rakovski (town)

Rakovski is a town in southern Bulgaria, in the historical region of Thrace. It is located in the Plovdiv Province. The town is also the centre of the Rakovski Municipality. Rakovski was founded in 1966 with the merging of three villages - Genera ...

Razlog

Razlog is a town and ski resort in Razlog Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province in southwestern Bulgaria. It is situated in the Razlog Valley and was first mentioned during the reign of Byzantine emperor Basil II.

Sadovo

Sadovo is a small town in Sadovo Municipality, Plovdiv Province, central Bulgaria, and the administrative center of Plovdiv. The population as of 2011 is 2.600.

Saedinenie, Plovdiv Province

Saedinenie is a town in the Plovdiv Province, central Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 6 302 inhabitants. There is a new electronics plant there with 540 employees.

Sarnitsa, Pazardzhik Province

Sarnitsa is a small town in the Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 3 607 inhabitants. It gained its town status on 16 September 2003 and since January 2015 forms the administrative centre of the homonymous Sarnitsa Municipa ...

Sevlievo

Sevlievo is a town in north-central Bulgaria, part of Gabrovo Province. Sevlievo is known as one of the wealthiest towns in Bulgaria owing to the well developed local economy, high employment rate and major foreign investments, such as the Americ ...

Shipka (town)

Shipka is a town in central Bulgaria, part of Kazanlak Municipality, Stara Zagora Province. It lies in the Central Balkan Mountains, at 42°42′N 25°23′E, 650 metres above sea level. As of 2005, Shipka has a population of 1.398 and the mayor is Sto ...

Shivachevo

Shivachevo is a small town in the Sliven Province located on the southern slopes of the Balkan Mountains in central eastern Bulgaria.

Slivo Pole

Slivo Pole is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Rousse Province. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Slivo Pole Municipality, which lies in the northeastern part of the Province. The town is located five kilometres from the D ...

Sopot, Plovdiv Province

Sopot is a Bulgarian town situated in the fertile sub-Balkan mountain valley of Karlovo, immediately below the steep southern slopes of the Troyan Balkan Mountain. Sopot is part of Plovdiv Province and is the administrative centre of a municipality.

Stamboliyski

Stamboliyski is a town in southern Bulgaria, located on the right bank of Maritsa river and is a part of Plovdiv Province. It was founded in 1873–75, when the Istanbul-Belovo railway was built. It was initially called Gara Krichim after the large ...

Svilengrad

Svilengrad is a town in Haskovo Province, south-central Bulgaria, situated at the border of Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Svilengrad Municipality. As of December 2009, the town has a population of ...

Svoge

Svoge is a town in western Bulgaria, part of Sofia Province. It is located in the gorge of the Iskar River, at the place where the mountains Mala planina, Golema planina and Ponor meet, 40 km north of the capital Sofia. Svoge is the main town of ...

Teteven

Teteven is a town on the banks of the Vit river, at the foot of Stara Planina mountain in north central Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of the Teteven Municipality which is a part of Lovech Province. As of December 2010, the town had a ...

Tryavna

Tryavna is a town in central Bulgaria, situated in the north slopes of the Balkan range, on the Tryavna river valley, near Gabrovo. It is famous for its textile industry and typical National Revival architecture, featuring 140 cultural monuments, ...

Tutrakan

Tutrakan is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, an administrative centre of the homonymous municipality, part of Silistra Province. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube opposite the Romanian town of Oltenița, in the very west of Southern D ...

Tvarditsa, Sliven Province

Tvarditsa is a town in Sliven Province, Southeastern Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Tvarditsa Municipality. As of December 2018, the town has a population of 5.659 inhabitants. Burgas is located on the southern slope ...

Uchilishtna Gora Nature Reserve

Uchilishtna Gora is a maintained nature reserve in Bulgaria, located in the territory of Bozhenitsa village, in the municipality of Botevgrad. The closest urban places are the villages of Bozhenitsa, Lipnitsa and Skravena. The area of the maintai ...

Chinit River

Chinit River is a river of Cambodia. Located in Kampong Thom Province, it is a major tributary of the Tonle Sap Lake, which joins the Tonle Sap River at the downstream end in the larger Mekong basin. Somewhat unusually the river is looped back in ...

Banlung

Banlung is the capital of Ratanakiri Province in northeastern Cambodia. Banlung is 636 km from the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. Ratanakiri Province borders Vietnam and Laos. Banlung is also the capital of the Banlung District. The city has a ...

Battambang

Battambang or Krong Battambang is the capital city of Battambang province in northwestern Cambodia. Founded in the 11th century Khmer Empire, Battambang is the leading rice producing province in the country. For nearly 100 years it was a major tr ...

Kampong Cham (city)

Kampong Cham is the capital city of Kampong Cham Province in eastern Cambodia. It is the 12th largest city in Cambodia with a population of 41.468 people and is located on the Mekong River. Kampong Cham is 124 kilometers northeast from Phnom Penh ...

Khemarak Phoumin

Krong Khemarak Phoumin is the capital and largest city of Koh Kong Province in Cambodia. It is near the mouth of the Kah Bpow river in Smach Mean Chey District on the Gulf of Thailand. The city lies only 10 kilometres from the Thai border. It is ...

Kratie (town)

The small town has a population of about 38.215 and lies on the banks of the Mekong River. The city is dominated by a central marketplace surrounded by old, French colonial buildings. Red flowered trees grow in rows along the riverbank. The town ...

Preah Vihear (town)

Preah Vihear is the capital of Preah Vihear Province in northern Cambodia. Phnom Tbeng Meanchey is the mountain rising to 600m 5 km south-west of Tbeng Meanchey town.

Senmonorom

Senmonorom is the capital of Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia. It is the only major town in the province of Mondulkiri. The town has over 7000 inhabitants, and is often compared to frontier towns in the old American west. Senmonorom and the province ...

Siem Reap

Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia. It is a popular resort town and a gateway to the Angkor region. Siem Reap has colonial and Chinese architecture in the Baroque style in the old French quarter and aroun ...

Stung Treng

Stung Treng, is the capital of Stung Treng Province, Cambodia. It is located in the western part of the Virachey National Park. It is the major city of both the district and province and has a population of 29.665. In Lao, the citys name is known ...

Doun Kaev (town)

Krong Doun Keo is the capital of Takeo Province, Cambodia. In 1998 it had a population of 39.186. The town and province is known for silk weaving, and the province is home to about 10.000 of the total of 15.000 Cambodian weavers. Most silk weaver ...

O Smach

O Smach is a small Cambodian town on the Thai border in Samraong District of Oddar Meanchey Province. Until 1999, there were intermittent battles, and the area was unsafe as the last remaining Khmer Rouge still had control of nearby Anlong Veng. ...

Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom, located in present-day Cambodia, was the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire. It was established in the late twelfth century by King Jayavarman VII. It covers an area of 9 km², within which are located several mon ...

Longvek

Longvek or Lavek was a city in ancient Cambodia. It was the second capital city during the Cambodias Middle Ages which began after the Khmer Empires Angkor Era. Longvek was chosen by king Ang Chan I Ponhea Chan after the sacking of Angkor the Sia ...

Neak Loeung

Neak Loeung is a busy commercial town in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia. Located on the Mekong and astride National Highway number 1, it is the commune centre for Neak Leung commune and the capital of Peam Ror District. The town can be reached by c ...

Skuon

Skuon is the district capital of Cheung Prey District, in Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia. This busy market town has grown up around the intersection of National Highway 6 and National Highway 7. Skuon is around 49 kilometres west of the provinci ...

Kaoh Chbar

Kaoh Chbar is a village in Kaoh Khnhaer Commune, Sambour District, Kratie Province, Cambodia. It lies on the Mekong river.

Sala, Cambodia

Sala is a village in Kak Commune in northeast Cambodia. As of 1998, it had a population of 245 in 37 households and a sex ratio of 1.15 men to 1 woman. Its chief was Sev Yun as of 2006. Village chiefs are selected by consensus by elders and other ...

Alme, Cameroon

In 1971 Alme contained 300 inhabitants, mostly Kutin. In the 2005 census, 1813 people were counted in the village of Alma and 4651 in the Canton of the same name

Anam, Cameroon

Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p. Jean Boutrais ed., Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere, du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, ORSTOM, Paris, Ngaoundere-Anthropos, 1993, 316 ...

Baboua, Cameroon

Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p. Jean Boutrais, 1993, Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, Paris: Ed. de lORSTOM u.a.

Bakari Bata

Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p. Jean Boutrais, 1993, Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, Paris: Ed. de lORSTOM u.a.

Bawaka

Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p. Jean Boutrais, Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, Ed. de lORSTOM, Paris, 1993.

Bayara

Jean Boutrais, 1993, Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, Paris: Ed. de lORSTOM u.a. Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p.

Boudjounkoura

Boudjounkoura is a village in the commune of Banyo in the Adamawa Region of Cameroon, near the border with Nigeria.

Dakkere

The flat terrain of the area is crossed by a river Manbaka. The soil is primarily clay and is mostly black in colour, with some orange. There are very few rocks in the soil. The climate is temperate with Savannah and some scrub. Native vegetation ...

Dankali, Cameroon

Philip Burnham, Opportunity and constraint in a savanna society: the Gbaya people of Meiganga, Cameroon, Academic Press, London, New York, 1980, 324 p. ISBN 0-12-146060-6. Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 13 ...

Dare

Dictionnaire des villages de lAdamaoua, ONAREST, Yaounde, October 1974, 133 p. Jean Boutrais, 1993, Peuples et cultures de lAdamaoua Cameroun: actes du colloque de Ngaoundere du 14 au 16 janvier 1992, Paris: Ed. de lORSTOM u.a.