Burgas Bulgaria Postal Code


About Burgas

Burgas is the second-largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast in the region of Northern Thrace and the fourth-largest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna. It has 202,694 people, and 277,922 live in its urban area. If you want to do business, travel by car, or visit a cultural or tourist attraction in Burgas Province, then this is the place to be.

There are many lakes around the city, and it is on the western end of the Black Sea at Burgas Bay. LUKOIL Neftochim Burgas is the biggest oil refinery in southeastern Europe and the biggest industrial company in the area. It is the biggest port in Bulgaria, and the second most important airport in the country. There is a lot of fishing and fish processing done in Burgas, the capital of Bulgaria.

Burgos in Spain and a lot of other cities with the word "burg" in them, like Hamburg, have the same literal composition. It is widely thought that the name of the city comes from the Latin word "burgus," which means "tower." This word comes from a Roman travel post that used to be in the area of today's Burgas Port. Manuel Phil, a Byzantine poet, wrote about the town 15 centuries later and called it "Pyrgos," which means "tower." This word is the same as the Greek word for tower. The name came to Bulgarian from Turkey, where it was called Burgaz. There are a lot of different ways to think about how the name came to be. One of them says that the city's name comes from the word "baurgs," which means "consolidated walled villages." A Bulgarian professor says that the name of the city comes from the word "pyurg," which means "wooden beams fortified." Also, it is thought that the name comes from the name of the khan Burtaz (683-633 BC).

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