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Belev

 

city and administrative center of Belev Raion, Tula Oblast, RSFSR. Belev is located on the hilly left bank of the Oka River. It has a river port and a railroad station on the Smolensk-Gorbachevo line. It had a population of 17,000 in 1967. Belev is first mentioned in historical chronicles in 1147. It was the center of the Belev principality. From the 16th through the early 20th centuries, Belev was a district center. It has plants for processing agricultural raw materials (vegetable-drying, milk-processing, and the like), a brick factory, and a garment factory. There is a cooperative technicum and a medical school, as well as a museum of local lore and a people’s theater. The poet V. A. Zhukovskii was born near Belev at the village of Mishenskoe.

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Households Belev 1718 4110 841 Borovsk 1719 2399 335 Maloiaroslavets 1715 976 156 Riazan' 1718 1589 220 Toropets 1710 3674 839 Tula 1715 5309 916 Tula 1720 3022 502 Uglich 1717 5089 877 Ustiuzhna 1713 2277 417 Viatka 1710 4368 724 Viatka 1717 2387 394 Zaraisk 1715 2980 498 TOTALS 38180 6719 SOURCE: Population inventories (see fn.
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A aGolden ingots and investment coins turn out to be the most attractive investment recently,a Blagovest Belev, manager of a company specialising in gold trade, told the radio.
It was the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior and Commissioner Belev that deported the Jews from Macedonia and Thrace while the attempt to twist history is an insult for the victims of the Holocaust damaging Bulgaria's repute, the letter says inter alia.
Bulgarian eco activist, Toma Belev, quickly made headlines Sunday, after posting on his Facebook profile an alert that excavators were destroying dunes in the Kokala (The Bone) site, near the historical town of Nessebar on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast, in a protected area from Natura 2000.
The story with the purchase by SLE group emerged Sunday after Bulgarian eco activist, Toma Belev, posted on his Facebook profile an alert that excavators were destroying dunes in the Kokala (The Bone) site, near Nessebar, in a protected area from Natura 2000.
Speaking before the public radio Friday, Belev stated that this was the latest evidence the government has no intentions of severing ties with oligarchs with shady offshore businesses and the mafia, despite its pre-election promises.
According to environmentalist Toma Belev, the site has undergone de-classification from Natura 2000, a change of its development plan, and has been sold for the impressively short period of one month.