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, city (1993 pop. 104,668), NE Bulgaria, a commercial and cultural center of the Dobruja region. Foodstuffs and cotton textiles are produced. The city was called (1913–40) Bazargic under Romanian rule and was renamed (1949–91) Tolbukhin to honor the Soviet
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, Bulgaria.
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(until 1949, Dobrich), a city in northeastern Bulgaria; administrative center of Tolbukhin District. Population, approximately 80,000 (1974). Tolbukhin, a transportation junction and trade center of a large agricultural region, has enterprises for the production of machinery, foodstuffs, textiles, and footwear. The Center for Research and Development in Grain and Fodder Production is located in Tolbukhin. The city was renamed in honor of F. I. Tolbukhin.

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