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BULGARIA/ROSES
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July 15, 2008 
A laboratory technician is reflected in a mirror as she extracts rose oil from rose petals in the Rose... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
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A laboratory technician is reflected in a mirror as she extracts rose oil from rose petals in the Rose Institute in the town of Kazanlak, some 200km (124 miles) east of the capital Sofia June 9, 2008. A tranquil valley in central Bulgaria has blossomed in recent years as European Union cash and a global boom in organic beauty products containing rose oil helped revive their centuries' old industry. Picture taken June 9, 2008. To match feature BULGARIA-ROSES/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA) TEW 
BULGARIA-ROSES/
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July 15, 2008 
A laboratory technician is reflected in a mirror as she extracts rose oil from rose petals in the Rose... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
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A laboratory technician is reflected in a mirror as she extracts rose oil from rose petals in the Rose Institute in the town of Kazanlak, some 200km (124 miles) east of the capital Sofia June 9, 2008. A tranquil valley in central Bulgaria has blossomed in recent years as European Union cash and a global boom in organic beauty products containing rose oil helped revive their centuries' old industry. Picture taken June 9, 2008. To match feature BULGARIA-ROSES/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA/ROSES
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July 15, 2008 
Rose petals are pictured in a laboratory during a rose oil extraction process in the Rose Institut in... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
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Rose petals are pictured in a laboratory during a rose oil extraction process in the Rose Institut in the town of Kazanlak, some 200km (124 miles) east of the capital Sofia June 9, 2008. A tranquil valley in central Bulgaria has blossomed in recent years as European Union cash and a global boom in organic beauty products containing rose oil helped revive their centuries' old industry. Picture taken June 9, 2008. To match feature BULGARIA-ROSES/. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (BULGARIA) 
BALKANS-WEATHER/
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July 27, 2007 
A firefighter works in front of a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
Firefighter works in front of a forest fire near the village of Dubovo 
A firefighter works in front of a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east from Bulgaria's capital Sofia, July 27, 2007. A heatwave that has roasted much of the Balkans for a week abated in the north on Wednesday but sizzled on in Greece and left scores of wildfires throughout the region. REUTERS/ Nikolay Doychinov( BULGARIA) 
BALKANS-WEATHER/
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July 27, 2007 
A fire fighter sprays water over a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
A fire fighter sprays water over a forest fire near the village of Dubovo 
A fire fighter sprays water over a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east of Sofia, July 27, 2007. A heatwave that has roasted much of the Balkans for a week abated in the north on Wednesday but sizzled on in Greece and left scores of wildfires throughout the region. REUTERS/ Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA) 
BALKANS-WEATHER/
RTR1SAXN 
July 27, 2007 
A fire fighter walks near a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east of Sofia,... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
A fire fighter walks near a forest fire near the village of Dubovo 
A fire fighter walks near a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (150 miles) east of Sofia, July 27, 2007. A heatwave that has roasted much of the Balkans for a week abated in the north on Wednesday but sizzled on in Greece and left scores of wildfires throughout the region. REUTERS/ Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA) 
BALKANS-WEATHER/
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July 27, 2007 
People watch a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (149 miles) east from Bulgarian capital... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
People watch a forest fire near the village of Dubovo 
People watch a forest fire near the village of Dubovo, some 240 km (149 miles) east from Bulgarian capital Sofia, July 27, 2007. A heatwave that has roasted much of the Balkans for a week abated in the north on Wednesday but sizzled on in Greece and left scores of wildfires throughout the region. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA
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March 29, 2006 
Bulgarian Prime minister Sergei Stanishev stands in front of Bulgarian and NATO's coat of arms in a military... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian soldiers chat at their base in the town of Kazanlak 
Bulgarian Prime minister Sergei Stanishev stands in front of Bulgarian and NATO's coat of arms in a military base in the town of Kazanlak, some 250 km (155 miles) east from the capital Sofia, during an official ceremony before the departure of 155 troops to Iraq, March 29, 2006. Earlier this year the country's Socialist-led government agreed to deploy a unit of 120 lightly armed soldiers plus support staff to guard a camp of mainly Iranian refugees in Ashraf, about 70 km (40miles) north of Baghdad. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA
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March 29, 2006 
Bulgarian soldiers march at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 250 km (155 miles) east of the capital... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian soldiers chat at their base in the town of Kazanlak 
Bulgarian soldiers march at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 250 km (155 miles) east of the capital Sofia, before their departure to Iraq, March 29, 2006. Earlier this year the country's Socialist-led government agreed to deploy a unit of 120 lightly armed soldiers plus support staff to guard a camp of mainly Iranian refugees in Ashraf, about 70 km (40miles) north of Baghdad. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA
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March 29, 2006 
Bulgarian soldiers chat at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 250 km (155 miles) east of the capital... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian soldiers chat at their base in the town of Kazanlak 
Bulgarian soldiers chat at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 250 km (155 miles) east of the capital Sofia, prior to the official ceremony before their departure to Iraq, March 29, 2006. Earlier this year the country's Socialist-led government agreed to deploy a unit of 120 lightly armed soldiers plus support staff to guard a camp of mainly Iranian refugees in Ashraf, about 70 km (40miles) north of Baghdad. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA
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March 18, 2006 
Bulgarian artist Andrei Andreev poses in front of his giant stamp mosaic in the town of Kazanlak, south-eastern... 
multiple cities, multiple countries 
Bulgarian artist Andreev poses in front of his giant stamp mosaic in Kazanlak 
Bulgarian artist Andrei Andreev poses in front of his giant stamp mosaic in the town of Kazanlak, south-eastern Bulgaria, March 18, 2006. Andreev has completed the 10 metress long mosaic using 102,153 post stamps. The Bulgarian artist has a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records for making the world biggest stamp mosaic. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA
RTRDGPD 
October 15, 2004 
A fourth century BC golden piece of a Thracian treasure is displayed during an exhibition in the town... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
A fourth century BC golden piece of a Thracian treasure is displayed during an exhibition in the ... 
A fourth century BC golden piece of a Thracian treasure is displayed during an exhibition in the town of Kazanlak. A fourth century BC golden piece of a Thracian treasure is displayed during an exhibition at the history museum in the town of Kazanlak, some 250km east from the Bulgarian capital Sofia, October 15, 2004. The exposition is displaying for the first time more than twenty gold, silver and bronze pieces of the unique treasure recently discovered at a Thracian mound near the village of Shipka. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA
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October 15, 2004 
A visitors looks at a fourth century BC golden cup during an exhibition at the history museum in the... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
A visitor looks at a fourth century BC golden cup in the town of Kazanlak. 
A visitors looks at a fourth century BC golden cup during an exhibition at the history museum in the town of Kazanlak, some 250km east from the Bulgarian capital Sofia, October 15, 2004. The exposition is displaying for the first time more than twenty gold, silver and bronze pieces of the unique treasure recently discovered at a Thracian mound near the village of Shipka. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/GB 
BULGARIA
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October 15, 2004 
Visitors look at a fourth century BC bronze head of the Thracian King Seth III during an exhibition at... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria 
Visitors look at a fourth century BC bronze head of the Thracian King Seth III in the town of Kazanlak.... 
Visitors look at a fourth century BC bronze head of the Thracian King Seth III during an exhibition at the history museum in the town of Kazanlak, some 250km east from the Bulgarian capital Sofia, October 15, 2004. The exposition is displaying for the first time more than twenty gold, silver and bronze pieces of the unique treasure recently discovered at a Thracian mound near the village of Shipka. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/GB 
BULGARIA IRAQ ARMY
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January 06, 2004 
Bulgarian soldiers march at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 220km east from the capital Sofia,... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria - Republic of 
BULGARIAN SOLDIERS MARCH IN KAZANLAK. 
Bulgarian soldiers march at their base in the town of Kazanlak, some 220km east from the capital Sofia, before their departure to the Iraqi city of Kerbala on January 6, 2004. The soldiers are part of the troops which will replace the 480-strong Bulgarian contingent in Iraq. Five Bulgarian soldiers were killed and another 27 were wounded when a suicide bomber attacked and destroyed the Bulgarian military headquarters in Kerbala on December 27, 2003. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/GM 
BULGARIA IRAQ ARMY
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January 06, 2004 
A Bulgarian soldier looks down the line at his military base in the town of Kazanlak, some 220km east... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria - Republic of 
BULGARIAN SOLDIER LOOKS ON IN KAZANLAK. 
A Bulgarian soldier looks down the line at his military base in the town of Kazanlak, some 220km east from the capital, before leaving for the Iraqi city of Kerbala January 6, 2004. The soldiers are part of the troops which will replace the 480-strong Bulgarian contingent in Iraq. Five Bulgarian soldiers were killed and another 27 were wounded when a suicide bomber attacked and destroyed the Bulgarian military headquarters in Kerbala on December 27, 2003. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/GM 
FEATURE BULGARIA ROSE OIL
RTRP78V 
June 05, 2003 
A Bulgarian worker fills a plastic bag with rose petals in the early morning
on a rose filed near the... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria - Republic of 
A BULGARIAN WORKER FILLS A BAG WITH ROSE PETALS NEAR KAZANLAK. 
A Bulgarian worker fills a plastic bag with rose petals in the early morning
on a rose filed near the town of Kazanlak, some 230 km east of the capital
Sofia. Bulgaria is one of the world's leading producers of rose oil, an
essential ingredient of high-quality perfumes. The Balkan country expects to
raise its rose oil production to up to 900 kg this year due to bigger
planted area and favourable weather, up from some 600-700 kg produced last
year. All of Bulgaria's rose oil is exported to the U.S. France, Germany,
Switzreland, Austria, the Netherlands and Japan. Picture taken on June 5,
2003. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov TO MATCH STORY BC-BULGARIA-ROSE-OIL.

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FEATURE BULGARIA ROSE OIL
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June 05, 2003 
A young Bulgarian woman gathers rose petals in the early morning on a
rose field near the town of Kazanlak,... 
Kazanlak, Bulgaria - Republic of 
A YOUNG BULGARIAN WOMAN GATHERS ROSE PETALS NEAR KAZANLAK. 
A young Bulgarian woman gathers rose petals in the early morning on a
rose field near the town of Kazanlak, some 230 km east of the capital
Sofia. Bulgaria is one of the world's leading producers of rose oil, an
essential ingredient of high-quality perfumes. The Balkan country
expects to raise its rose oil production to up to 900 kg this year due
to bigger planted area and favourable weather, up from some 600-700 kg
produced last year. All of Bulgaria's rose oil is exported to the U.S.
France, Germany, Switzreland, Austria, the Netherlands and Japan.
Picture taken on June 5, 2003. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov TO MATCH STORY
BC-BULGARIA-ROSE-OIL.

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