Dobruja

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Dobruja

(Bulgarian ˈdɔbrudʒa)
n
(Placename) a region of E Europe, between the River Danube and the Black Sea: the north passed to Romania and the south to Bulgaria after the Berlin Congress (1878). Romanian name: Dobrogea

Do•bru•ja

(ˈdoʊ brʊ dʒə)

n.
a region in SE Romania and NE Bulgaria, between the Danube River and the Black Sea. 2970 sq. mi. (7690 sq. km). Romanian, Do•bro•gea (ˈdɔ brɒˌdʒɑ)
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So, in practice, many fields of fruit and vegetables, among which is Kyustendil area and Dobrudzha, are not protected from hailstorms.
Additionally, the sample examined from Isaccea in Dobrudzha appeared polymorphic (Raicu et al.
The Lions gaffer snapped up the midfielder, 23, on a two-year deal from Dobrudzha Dobrich.
Rousse was at that time the centre of the Dobrudzha revolutionary movement that opposed the Romanian occupation of Dobrudzha--a province in Northeast Bulgaria that the Kingdom of Romania reverted to the Kingdom of Bulgaria under the 1940 Treaty of Craiova.
Kalin Kalinov (2005), Bulgarskoto devichesko I obshto obrazovanie v Dobrudzha (The General and Women's Education in Dobrudzha Education).
Nikolai and Lyubomir (2006) presented the distribution of 348 species of ground beetles belonging to 83 genera in south Dobrudzha, Bulgaria.
The public was especially worried about the fact that most of the gas exploration was to take place in the Dobrudzha region, which is Bulgaria's main grain producer.
Veliko Tsvetkov Tsonev and Wife, village of Garvan, Dobrudzha, 1979" (79) is a delightful, whimsical portrait of an older couple, the gentleman playing his button accordion, his wife with her hand on her hip, as if ready to begin to dance.
The terms of the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine were harsh on Bulgaria because it was required to cede Southern Dobrudzha to Romania, along with further territories to neighbours.
The Treaty of Bucharest of 10 August 1913 confirmed Bulgaria's defeat and the loss of Macedonia to Greece and Serbia and the fertile agricultural region of southern Dobrudzha (English: Dobruja, Romanian: Dobrodgea) to Romania.
German wind farm developer PNE Wind AG (ETR:PNE3) announced it has agreed to set up a joint venture with Bulgarian wind park Dobrudzha OOD.