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  • proper n. a town in western Bulgaria


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  • I did most of my complaining while waiting for the train out of Pernik, Toni's town, that their packs looked so much lighter than mine that when our train was late, I ran back to Toni's to dump off some stuff!

    bulgarian goodie

  • Around the Bulgarian town of Pernik, there is a scheme where travellers can stay with villagers in their homes.

    Plum Brandy

  • I then wrote: Slivovitz 5 Julian 0, Pernik, 1994 on the paper.

    Plum Brandy

  • After 10 years of mismanagement, unemployment is close to 28 percent -- rising to 70 percent in rust-belt areas like the steel town of Pernik.

    A Royal Leap Of Faith

  • The central square in Pernik will be filled with survakari and koukeri's dances and varied personages, wearing unique masks, costumes, and bells of multiple tones will all combine dancing and music in a show of original theatre.

    Mummer's Festival

  • This time, Nikola and I went to Pernik near the capital city of Sofia to check out the XVI International Mummers Festival.

    Mummer's Festival

  • I meet Veli at the Ovchel Kupel bus station at 9:30 and we're on a bus at 10:00 - headed to Pernik.

    searching for Velizara's mother

  • The lignite mines opened by the government at Pernik in 1891 yielded in 1904 142,000 tons.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • "I don't know anything tougher than the 'Legend of Pernik' -- or lovelier," he said, and he began to read, simply, and with a passionate pleasure in the subtle study, feeling its control over his hearers.

    April Hopes

  • Four more people were found dead under the snow in the Pernik region in the west of the country, raising the number killed by the cold to 20. | Top Stories


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