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BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BV 
November 09, 2018 
A man walks near an archaeological site where a team led by Bulgarian professor Konstantin Totev found... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A man walks near an archaeological site where a team led by Bulgarian professor Konstantin Totev found... 
A man walks near an archaeological site where a team led by Bulgarian professor Konstantin Totev found a gold reliquary cross in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BU 
November 09, 2018 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold, is seen in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BT 
November 09, 2018 
Bulgarian professor Konstantin Totev poses for a picture at the archaeological site where a team led... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian professor Totev poses for a picture at the archaeological site where a team led by Totev found... 
Bulgarian professor Konstantin Totev poses for a picture at the archaeological site where a team led by Totev found a gold reliquary cross in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BR 
November 09, 2018 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold, is seen in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BQ 
November 09, 2018 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold, is seen in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ANCIENT/CROSS
RTS259BP 
November 09, 2018 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold,... 
A gold reliquary cross, discovered during excavation works at an archaeological site at a medieval stronghold, is seen in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHW4 
May 10, 2013 
A supporter of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party holds a poster of the party's leader Boiko Borisov... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
A supporter of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party holds a poster of the party's leader Borisov during... 
A supporter of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party holds a poster of the party's leader Boiko Borisov during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHW1 
May 10, 2013 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in the city of Veliko... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in Veliko Tarnovo 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHVY 
May 10, 2013 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in the city of Veliko... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in Veliko Tarnovo 
Supporters of Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party cheer during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHVU 
May 10, 2013 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Centre-right GERB party leader Borisov is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters during... 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHVT 
May 10, 2013 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Centre-right GERB party leader Borisov is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters during... 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) is surrounded by bodyguards as he meets with supporters during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-ELECTION/
RTXZHVO 
May 10, 2013 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) meets with supporters during an election rally in the... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Centre-right GERB party leader Borisov meets with supporters during an election rally in Veliko Tarnovo... 
Centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borisov (C) meets with supporters during an election rally in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, about 250 km (160 miles) northeast of Sofia, May 10, 2013. Bulgaria's two main political parties, the GERB and the Socialists, were making their final attempts to woo frustrated voters before an election on Sunday that is likely to lead to a prolonged period of horse-trading to form a government. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BULGARIA-BRAZIL/ROUSSEFF
RTR2SAXT 
October 06, 2011 
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (C) and Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov (R) listen to a tour guide... 
Sofia, Bulgaria 
Brazil's President Rousseff and Bulgaria's President Parvanov listen to a tour guide during their visit... 
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (C) and Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov (R) listen to a tour guide during their visit to the city of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) north-east of Sofia October 6, 2011. On the second day of her visit, Rousseff travelled to Veliko Tarnovo and the neighbouring mountain town of Gabrovo, east of capital Sofia, to meet distant relatives and see popular tourist attractions. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
BULGARIA/
RTX8SSW 
September 22, 2008 
Bulgarian army soldiers stand in formation near the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian army soldiers stand in formation in the town of Veliko Tarnovo 
Bulgarian army soldiers stand in formation near the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) east from the capital Sofia, September 22, 2008. Bulgaria is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the country's independence from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA/
RTX8SSR 
September 22, 2008 
(L-R) Bulgaria's First Lady Zorka Parvanova, President Georgi Parvanov and Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian PM Stanishev, President Parvanov and First lady Parvanova attend a ceremony in Veliko Tarnovo... 
(L-R) Bulgaria's First Lady Zorka Parvanova, President Georgi Parvanov and Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev attend a ceremony at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) east from the capital Sofia, September 22, 2008. Bulgaria is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the country's independence from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA/
RTX8SSK 
September 22, 2008 
People hold a giant national flag of Bulgaria in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles)... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
People hold a giant national flag in the town of Veliko Tarnovo 
People hold a giant national flag of Bulgaria in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) east from the capital Sofia, September 22, 2008. Bulgaria is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the country's independence from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA/
RTX8SSJ 
September 22, 2008 
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov places a wreath at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgaria's President Parvanov lays a wreath at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of... 
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov places a wreath at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) east from the capital Sofia, September 22, 2008. Bulgaria is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the country's independence from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA/
RTX8SSI 
September 22, 2008 
Bulgarian army soldiers lay wreaths at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo,... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian army soldiers lay wreaths at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo... 
Bulgarian army soldiers lay wreaths at the Monument of Bulgarian Independence in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 220 km (137 miles) east from the capital Sofia, September 22, 2008. Bulgaria is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the country's independence from the Ottoman Empire. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA) 
BULGARIA NETHERLANDS
RTR7N5V 
November 25, 2003 
Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (R) listens to an orthodox
priest (L) at a church in the old... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
DUTCH PM BELKENENDE VISITS VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (R) listens to an orthodox
priest (L) at a church in the old part of the town of Veliko Tarnovo,
some 260km south from the capital Sofia, November 25, 2003. Balkenende
is in Bulgaria on a two-day official visit. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

SN/CRB 
BULGARIA NETHERLANDS
RTR7N5O 
November 25, 2003 
Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (L) listens to a local guide
during his visit to the citadel... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
DUTCH PM BELKENENDE VISITS VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (L) listens to a local guide
during his visit to the citadel Tsarevets in the town of Veliko
Tarnovo, some 260km south from the capital Sofia, November 25, 2003.
Balkenende is in Bulgaria on a two-day official visit. REUTERS/Stoyan
Nenov REUTERS

SN/ 
BULGARIA BELGIUM
RTR51UG 
October 16, 2003 
Belgium King Albert II (L) and his wife Queen Paola (R) look on during
their visit to the old part of... 
Sofia, Bulgaria - Republic of 
BELGIAN ROYAL COUPLE VISIT VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Belgium King Albert II (L) and his wife Queen Paola (R) look on during
their visit to the old part of the town of Veliko Tarnovo, some 260km
south from the capital Sofia, October 16, 2003. Belgian Royal Couple is
in Bulgaria on a three-day official visit. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

SN/ 
BULGARIA BELGIUM
RTR51U8 
October 16, 2003 
Belgian King Albert II (R) and his wife Queen Paola (L) look on in
front of the Middle Aged fortress... 
Sofia, Bulgaria - Republic of 
BELGIAN ROYAL COUPLE VISIT VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Belgian King Albert II (R) and his wife Queen Paola (L) look on in
front of the Middle Aged fortress Tsarevets in the town of Veliko
Tarnovo, some 260km south from the capital Sofia, October 16, 2003.
Belgian Royal Couple is in Bulgaria on a three-day official visit.
REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

SN/THI 
BULGARIA
RTXLHFW 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian officials and journalists look at parts of destroyed Soviet-made Scud missiles in a factory... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian officials and journalists look at parts of destroyed Soviet-made Scud missiles in a factor..... 
Bulgarian officials and journalists look at parts of destroyed Soviet-made Scud missiles in a factory near town of Veliko Tarnovo on September 1, 2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under Bulgaria's bid to join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where people fear environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an invitation for NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to destroy its Soviet-made missiles by end-October. 
BULGARIA
RTXLHFV 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov checks parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov checks parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a..... 
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov checks parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a factory near the town of Veliko Tarnovo on September 1, 2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under Bulgaria's bid to join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where people fear environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an invitation for NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to destroy its Soviet-made missiles by end-October. 
BULGARIA
RTXLHFU 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian photographers take pictures of parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a factory near... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian photographers take pictures of parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a factory n..... 
Bulgarian photographers take pictures of parts of destroyed Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a factory near town of Veliko Tarnovo on September 1, 2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under Bulgaria's bid to join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where people fear environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an invitation for NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to destroy its Soviet-made missiles by end-October. 
BULGARIA MISSILES
RTR9OQC 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian officials and journalists look at parts of destroyed
Soviet-made Scud missiles in a factory... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
BULGARIAN OFFICIALS AND JOURNALISTS LOOK AT DESTROYED SCUD MISSILES IN
VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Bulgarian officials and journalists look at parts of destroyed
Soviet-made Scud missiles in a factory near town of Veliko Tarnovo on
September 1, 2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under
Bulgaria's bid to join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where
people fear environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an
invitation for NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to
destroy its Soviet-made missiles by end-October. REUTERS/Dimitar
Dilkoff 
BULGARIA MISSILES
RTR9OPX 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov checks parts of destroyed
Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
BULGARIAN DEFENCE MINISTER SVINAROV CHECKS DESTROYED SS-23 MISSILE IN
VELIKO TARNOVO. 
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov checks parts of destroyed
Soviet-made SS-23 missile in a factory near the town of Veliko Tarnovo
on September 1, 2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under
Bulgaria's bid to join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where
people fear environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an
invitation for NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to
destroy its Soviet-made missiles by end-October. REUTERS/Dimitar
Dilkoff 
BULGARIA MISSILES
RTR9OPQ 
September 01, 2002 
Bulgarian photographers take pictures of parts of destroyed Soviet-made
SS-23 missile in a factory near... 
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria 
PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKE PICTURES OF DESTROYED SS-23 MISSILE IN VELIKO
TARNOVO. 
Bulgarian photographers take pictures of parts of destroyed Soviet-made
SS-23 missile in a factory near town of Veliko Tarnovo on September 1,
2002. The missiles destruction is a key pledge under Bulgaria's bid to
join NATO but it has triggered concerns at home where people fear
environmental damages. Bulgaria, which hopes to win an invitation for
NATO at a Prague summit in the autumn, has pledged to destroy its
Soviet-made missiles by end-October. REUTERS/Dimitar Dilkoff

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