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Nova Zagora is a town with population of approximately 26,000 inhabitants in the city, and approximately 48,000 in the entire municipality.

It is situated 32 km eastern from the city of Stara Zagora in the southeastern plains of Bulgaria.



























 

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The first archaeological excavation in the vicinity of Nova Zagora were made in 1929 in a "Lambova" barrow which has been situated on the land of the village of Nauchen.

A lot of regular and saving researches of a number of sites have been done in the Nova Zagora region. Some of them are : the tells near the villages of Karanovo, Dyadovo, Ezero, Sadievo, Konyovo, Zagortsi and the town of Nova Zagora ; prehistorical settlements in Nova Zagora, in the village of Asenovets and Bogdanovo ; an ancient site near the village of Karanovo and antique settlements in the village of Bryastovo and near the town of Nova Zagora ; mediaeval settlements in Dyadovo, Asenovets, Karanovo ; castles - remains of antiquity and the Middle Ages - in Karanovo and the town of Tvarditsa.

A lot of complete and occasional researches of tells are made near Sokol, Lubenets, Pet Mogili, Karanovo, Radetski, Tvarditsa, Elenovo. There are also necropolises near Karanovo, Asenovets, Nova Zagora, etc.

A lot of Bulgarian and foreign scientists are interested in the archaeological monuments in the vicinity of Nova Zagora.

The most famous Bulgarian archaeologists have been working there. They are professor G.Georgiev, professor V.Mikov, doctor R.Katincharov, Dr. D.Gergova, professor V.Nikolov, professor S.Mihailov, Dr.A.Popov, professor Merpert, professor Hiller, Dr.Y.Best, Dr.Y.Stronk, professor Suzuki, Professor Kamuro.

The first international prehistoric expedition took place in Nova Zagora region. It was led by Bulgarian and Russian scientists. These scientists excavated the tell settlement near village of Ezero.
 

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10q BODA! Nova Zagora has a lot of bean stews to eat till it gets to the point where it's grandma is now. :lol: It's expected to become an outskirt of Stara Zagora by 2100 anyways. :cheers:
 

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But why ?? It doesnt look like the residential project is targeting upper income. And even if it where, considering its such a small building it would just upset the neighbours...
In Bulgaria we have some Mutro-Baroque* style. :)


* Mutro comes from "mutra" which is equial to criminal man with fat ass and stomach but carrying a 2 killo golden necklet and being proud of it/them. :lol:


Sometimes there are things and events that a foreigner is not able to understand without being watched a Bulgarian criminal movie or at least the Borat one. :lol:
 

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^^

Some of those Bulgarian mutri!

I used to have very very big troubles with some of them.

Fortunately, most of them are already underneath the ground level. :lol:

Just have a look at this faaaat neck! :)



Nice mafia boys, right? :)

 

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Bulgarian Linguists: Mutra Knows Some 400 Words

A 'mutra', the Bulgarian epithet for a thuggish member of semi-illegal groupings that swept into the country's social life at the onset of the transition period, uses about 400 words to communicate, say linguists of the Sofia University.

The vocabulary of a "new businessman" could compete in "richness" only with that of an average pop-folk (chalga) singer. There are over 120.000 words in the Bulgaria language, while people normally operate with about 10.000 in their everyday life, explains Prof. Mihail Videnov of the Slavic Linguistics Dept. The research results were presented at the international conference on sociolinguistics held at Sofia University.

According to Prof. Videnov, the "lush" vocabulary of chalga singers is comparable only with that of the mutras, even if no one so far has endeavoured to study it.
"Language can be a powerful weapon of any politician, but unless they know how to use it correctly there's a high risk that it backfires," the Professor added.


You should better read some more here:

http://www.novinite.com/search_forum.php?thequery=mutra
 

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10q BODA! Nova Zagora has a lot of bean stews to eat till it gets to the point where it's grandma is now. :lol: It's expected to become an outskirt of Stara Zagora by 2100 anyways. :cheers:
If there's any Bulgarians left by then. :)

I was going to ask, is there much in the way of people living in Nova Zagora and commuting to Stara Zagora for work? Personally, I love small cities/towns 20-30km from larger population centres. You tend to get the best of both worlds in the greater peace and quiet of smaller locales, with the greater work and entertainment options of larger cities. (Not that Stara Zagora is a big city or anything.)
 
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