Vidin


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Vi·din

 (vē′dĭn)
A city of extreme northwest Bulgaria on the Danube River. Founded in the first century ad as a Roman fortress, it was under Turkish rule from 1396 to 1877.
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Bulgariaas northwestern municipality of Vidin has terminated the waste collection and disposal services contract with Titan AS, according to Dobromir Dilov, interim Mayor.
Bulgariaas northwestern municipality of Vidin has initiated steps to terminate the waste disposal contract with concessionaire Titan AS amid a garbage crisis of over a week, according to Dobromir Dilov, interim Mayor of Vidin.