Kyustendil


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Kyustendil

(kyo͝ostĕndēl`), city (1993 pop. 54,452), SW Bulgaria, near the Serbian border. Famous for its mineral springs used to heat hothouses, Kyustendil is a market city for fruit and other agricultural produce. There are varied light industries. The city's history dates to Roman times. It was the capital of an independent Bulgarian principality when the Turks took it in the 14th cent. The city remained under Turkish rule until 1878, when it became part of Bulgaria.
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Contract award notice: "delivery of net active electrical energy - low voltage and selection of a standard balancing group coordinator for the needs of kyustendil municipality"
Therefore, more and more forests are drying out in the mountains around Sofia, Pernik, Kyustendil and other parts of the country.
At the meeting between the ministers of the governments of both countries in Bulgaria's city of Kyustendil, Macedonia and Bulgaria agreed to use the European funds to cooperate in the agriculture and infrastructure.
At the end of the text, the author reminds that today, the Day of the European Cooperation is marked and Macedonian and Bulgarian representatives organize a "Summit for Cross-border Project" in Kyustendil.
An attempted bank robbery was foiled by police in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Kyustendil on May 18.
The Minyor players swore they would go all out for victory against local rivals Velbuzhd Kyustendil but still lost 2-1.
Meanwhile, UCD are in Bulgaria in preparation for Sunday's Intertoto Cup first round second leg clash with FC Velbazhd Kyustendil, which is delicately poised at 3-3.
The National Gallery (the Palace on Knqz Alexander l square) and the Art Gallery "Vladimir Dimitrov-Maistora" - Kyustendil present an exhibition by Stefan Despodov-Despo, reported ViewSofia.
Contract notice: Ensuring after-warranty full servicing and repair of the official cars of the asa, Provided for use by the state agency for refugees - kyustendil and the ngo in the territory of kyustendil
Metodiev, who is also known in his hometown and in the media as "Bat Sali", sparked controversy in 2014, when his election to Parliament triggered protests in his constituency of Kyustendil.
Major organization : AGENTSIYA PATNA INFRASTRUKTURA OBLASTNO PATNO UPRAVLENIE KYUSTENDIL (0006950890190)