Vidin

What is Vidin known for?


good coverage

it will resume broadcasting. A powerful FM transmitter on 88.2 MHz provides good coverage for Hristo Botev radio. Only 1224 kHz Radio Bulgaria remains atm. For the transmission on 1224 kHz four guyed masts, insulated against ground, which are each equipped with a cage antenna are used, which allows a switchable directional pattern. Honour Vidin Heights on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica is named after Vidin. Gallery


open field

'', The State of Samuel, pp. 135–136 In the words of Byzantine historian John Skylitzes: "The Emperor Basil II continued to invade Bulgaria each year and destroy and devastate everything on his way. Samuel could not stop him in the open field or engage the Emperor in a decisive battle, and suffered many defeats and began to lose his strength." ''Ioannes Scylitzes'', Historia, in "Selected sources" Vol. II, pp. 65–66 The culmination

, who was invested with practically autonomous possession of Vidin and maintained contacts with both Bulgaria and the Kingdom of Hungary. During this period the Ottoman army, based in Ruse (Ruse, Bulgaria), was preparing to cross the Danube and undertake a major attack. Michael was quickly forced to retreat and the Ottoman forces started to cross the Danube on August 4, 1595. As his army was outnumbered, Michael avoided to carry the battle in open field, and he decided to give battle


century building

File:Vidin-danube-photo.jpg A view of the Danube from Baba Vida File:Vidin-elegant_house.JPG Fin-de-siècle house File:Vidin-Konak-Museum1.JPG "Konaka"-Museum in an 18th-century building File:Vidin-Sky_house.JPG Old building, previously used as a public bath File:OsmanPazvantogluLibraryVidin.jpg Osman Pazvantoğlu library File:Vidin-art-gallery.jpg The art gallery File:Vidin-old-house-1.jpg File:Vidin E111.JPG Stambol Kapiya gallery>

the synagogue in Sofia, but supposedly more beautiful, this was built in 1894 with donations from citizens in the nearby neighborhood and Jews from all over the country. Since 1950, the building has been out of use. The yard is open, and you can explore the ruined building, especially if you want silence. Museums *Konaka Museum (9:00-18:00 M-F, 2-5 lv, 2 Obshtinska St.): The Konaka Museum is in the center of Vidin. It is an 18th century building reconstructed after the liberation from


victory+life

), as well as the Greco-Turkish War of 1897 which ended with Ottoman victory. Life and career After his education years, he was started to work as a mailing clerk in Vidin, then he advanced by degrees and appointed to higher official positions by passage of time. In 1882 he was appointed as mutasarrıf of Vidin, then he was appointed as governor of Sivas (Sivas Vilayet), Aidin (Aidin Vilayet) (1885) and Monastir (Monastir Vilayet) (1887) . He was appointed as minister


bulgaria

of Bulgaria Province (Oblast) timezone EET (Eastern European Time) utc_offset +2 timezone_DST EEST (Eastern European Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +3 pushpin_map Bulgaria pushpin_label_position pushpin_map_caption Location

of Vidin pushpin_mapsize leader_title Mayor postal_code_type Postal Code (List of postal codes in Bulgaria) subdivision_name1 Vidin (Vidin Province) image_shield Coat of arms of Vidin.svg population_total 48,071 population_urban 63,257 population_footnotes population_as_of Census February 2011 elevation_m 34 postal_code 3700 area_code


important events

by degrees and appointed to higher official positions by passage of time. In 1882 he was appointed as mutasarrıf of Vidin, then he was appointed as governor of Sivas (Sivas Vilayet), Aidin (Aidin Vilayet) (1885) and Monastir (Monastir Vilayet) (1887) . He was appointed as minister of internal affairs in 1893 . Then he was appointed as grand vizier in 1895 . The most important events in his era as grand vizier were the riots of Sason (in 1895) and in Crete (in 1897

of internal affairs in 1893 . Then he was appointed as grand vizier in 1895 . The most important events in his era as grand vizier were the riots of Sason (in 1895) and in Crete (in 1897), as well as the Greco-Turkish War of 1897 which ended with Ottoman victory. While Osman's forces were in Vidin, his erstwhile commander Suleiman Pasha (Suleiman Pasha (Turkish officer)) was on the Montenegro (Principality of Montenegro) border, and Abdulkerim Nadir Pasha Abdülkerim


hitting

* Starting in May 2010, records were being set. On 26 May, at Mohenjo-daro, Sindh province in Pakistan a national record high temperature of , Sandanski, Bulgaria hitting

, Lovech and Pazardzhik, Bulgaria at mark

even though they did not break records. The only cities in Bulgaria breaking records were Musala peak hitting . Although it was not a record, this was the highest temperature


national record

* Starting in May 2010, records were being set. On 26 May, at Mohenjo-daro, Sindh province in Pakistan a national record high temperature of , Sandanski, Bulgaria hitting


quality products

you shouldn’t ask for a different price, but the sellers have different prices for their products, so you can walk around and see where the best price is. *There are also many shops near the city center, where you can buy alcohol, souvenirs, clothes, and other things. Groceries *Lidl (Academic Stefan Mladenov, 8:00-21:00): German chain, the cheapest grocery. *Picadilly (In Mall Vidin, 9:00-22:00): More expensive, but higher quality products. *Kaufland (Panonia Boulevard, 8:00-22:00


defensive works

to the south. Plevna was a more strategic location being the center of transport and communication lines in northern Bulgaria. Osman started by ordering trenches dug around the city. These trenches are considered an early example of modern bastion defensive works. He literally took his artillery and men under the ground. While Osman was still constructing these fortifications, the Russian forces began to arrive (19 July). However, the Russians were used to warfare in open territory, and sent

Vidin

'''Vidin''' ( , archaically spelled as ''Widdin'' in English) is a port town (List of cities and towns in Bulgaria) on the southern bank of the Danube in north-western Bulgaria. It is close to the borders with Romania and Serbia, and is also the administrative centre of Vidin Province, as well as of the Metropolitan of Vidin (since 870).

An agricultural and trade centre, Vidin has a fertile hinterland renowned for its wines.

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