Plovdiv

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Plovdiv

[n] - an ancient city in southern Bulgaria
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Plovdiv

Philippopolis noun an ancient city in southern Bulgaria; commercial center of an agricultural region
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Plovdiv

Industrial city (textiles, chemicals, leather, tobacco) in Bulgaria, on the River Maritsa; population (2001) 340,600. Conquered by Philip of Macedon in the 4th century BC, it was known as Philippopolis (`Philip's city`). It was the capital of Roman Thrace
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Plovdiv

Plovdiv (plôv'dif) , anc. Philippopolis, city (1993 pop. 345,205), S central Bulgaria, on the Maritsa River. It is the second largest city of Bulgaria, a transportation hub, and the chief market for a fertile area. Plovdiv's major industries are food processing, brewing, and the manufactur...
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Plovdiv

second largest city of Bulgaria, situated in the south-central part of the country. It lies along the Maritsa River and is situated amid six hills ... [2 related articles]
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