Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria Postal Code


About Veliko Tarnovo

Veliko Tarnovo is a province in the middle of the northern part of Bulgaria, and it is in the middle of all of it. Its capital city, Veliko Tarnovo, is important because it was the capital of the Bulgarian Empire at the time. This makes it important. As of December 2009, there were 275,395 people living in the province. It is made up of 10 municipalities.

Other towns in the province include Gorna Oryahovitsa, which is less than 10 km from Veliko Tarnovo, Svishtov, which is on the Danube River and is known for its Tsenov Academy of Economics, and Suhindol, which is home to Lovico, a well-known wine and liquor label. Another place worth mentioning is the village of Arbanasi, which is between Veliko Tarnovo and Gorna Oryahovitsa and is a good place to visit. There are churches and monasteries in Bulgaria that show how it looks like a mix of old and new. As a whole, real estate costs a lot of money in this country.

Veliko Tarnovo is a town in north central Bulgaria. It is the capital of Veliko Tarnovo Province.

Veliko Tarnovo is known as the "City of the Tsars" because it is near the Yantra River and was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Its unique architecture attracts many tourists. On three hills, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora rise up in the middle of the Yantra. The old part of the town is on top of them. A lot of administrative and residential buildings are inside thick walls on Tsarevet. There are also palaces for the Bulgarian Emperors as well as for the Bulgarian Patriarchate, the Patriarchal Cathedral, and a lot of other buildings.

Trapezitsa is known for its many churches and for being the main home of the nobility in the past. During the Middle Ages, the town was one of the most important places for culture in Europe. Its name was given to the architecture of the Tarnovo Artistic School, the painting of the Tarnovo Artistic School, and literature. Veliko Tarnovo is a very important administrative, economic, educational, and cultural centre in the north of the country.

There are a lot of different theories about how the name Tarnovgrad came to be, but the most common one is that it comes from the Bulgarian word "thorny," which is ????? (tranev) or ????? (tranov). The suffix "grad" means "city" in Bulgarian and many other Slavic languages, and it also means "town." In 1965, the word ?????? (veliko), which means "great," was added to the name of the town because it was once the capital of Bulgaria. This also makes it different from Malko Tarnovo, which is a town in the same country. As a matter of fact, in Ottoman Turkish, it was called (Turkish: Trnova).

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