Stara Zagora

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Sta·ra Za·go·ra

 (stä′rə zə-gôr′ə)
A city of central Bulgaria east-northeast of Plovdiv. It is an industrial center and railroad hub.
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Stara Zagora

(Bulgarian ˈstara zaˈɡɔra)
(Placename) a city in central Bulgaria: ceded to Bulgaria by Turkey in 1877. Pop: 163 000 (2005 est)
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Sta•ra Za•go•ra

(ˈstɑr ə zɑˈgɔr ə)
a city in central Bulgaria. 156,441.
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The railway station in Stara Zagora will be modernized with BGN 11 mln.
Protestants from Stara Zagora blocked the Trakia highway and the road to Dimitrovgrad.
The town of Stara Zagora, in Southern Bulgaria, has become Bulgaria's "beer capital" as of October 02, Friday.
The Euroroma party posed an ultimatum to the Stara Zagora Mayor Zhivko Todorov the stop the demolition of illegal Roma houses in the city, reports The party threatened that its supporters will block the major roads in the country, unless the demolition was stopped immediately.
Citizens of the southern Bulgarian city of Stara Zagora go to the polls Sunday in a local referendum on the future of the Zmeyovo artillery practice range.
This has been revealed by the company that is in charge of managing the non-functioning airport in Stara Zagora, Stara Zagora Airport Jsc.