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Naum Shopov (Bulgarian : Наум Шопов; 27 July 1930 –18 April 2012) was a Bulgarian actor. He appeared in more than thirty films since 1960. His son Hristo Shopov is also an actor.
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|1981||Captain Petko Voivode||TV series|
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The politics of Bulgaria take place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, whereby the Prime minister is the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the National Assembly. The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature.
Hristo Naumov Shopov is a Bulgarian actor. Shopov's father, Naum Shopov, was a famous Bulgarian actor as well.
The Sofia Metro is the rapid transit network servicing the Bulgarian capital city Sofia. It began operation on 28 January 1998. As of August 2020, the Sofia Metro consists of four interconnected lines, serving 43 stations, with a total route length of 48.0 kilometres (29.8 mi) being among the top 20 of the most extensive European metro systems, ranking 19th as of 2020. The Metro links the densely populated districts of Lyulin – Mladost and Nadezhda – Lozenets, and serves the Sofia Airport.
Bulgarian cinema is known for pioneering in world-wide animated films, such as the works of Donyo Donev. The start of Bulgarian cinematography is often marked by Vasil Gendov's film Bulgarian is a Gallant. From 1915 to 1948, 55 new films were produced, but limited after the beginning of World War II.
The Central Sofia Market Hall, known popularly simply as The Market Hall is a covered market in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, located on Marie Louise Boulevard. It was opened in 1911 and is today an important trade centre in the city.
Bulgaria and Sudan established diplomatic relations on July 1, 1956. In 1967, Bulgaria sent the first Bulgarian ambassador to Khartoum. The activities of the Bulgarian embassy in Khartoum were terminated in April 1990, and later reestablished in March, 2005. In 2006 the General Consulate of the Sudan, in Sofia, Bulgaria was upgraded to the rank of embassy.
Command Performance is a 2009 American action film written and directed by Dolph Lundgren, who also starred in the film. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on November 3, 2009.
Petar Ivanov Shopov is a retired Bulgarian professional football striker.
Science and technology in Bulgaria is carried out in a variety of institutions, largely dominated by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) and several universities.
Ivan Shopov, better known by his stage names Cooh and Balkansky (Бalkansky), is a Bulgarian music producer, DJ, print maker and fine art creator. He produces drum and bass, dubstep IDM, ambient and jazz music.
Naum Torbov (1880-1952) was a Bulgarian architect.
Villa Zone is a Bulgarian comedy-drama film released in 1975, directed by Eduard Zahariev, starring Itzhak Fintzi, Katya Paskaleva, Naum Shopov, Anton Karastoyanov, Evstati Stratev, Valcho Kamarashev and Georgi Rusev.
Atanas Shopov of Bulgaria is a former weightlifter who competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics and 1976 Summer Olympics.
The 2012 Burgas bus bombing was a terrorist attack carried out by a suicide bomber on a passenger bus transporting Israeli tourists at the Burgas Airport in Burgas, Bulgaria, on 18 July 2012. The bus was carrying 42 Israelis, mainly youths, from the airport to their hotels, after arriving on a flight from Tel Aviv. The explosion killed the Bulgarian bus driver and five Israelis and injured 32 Israelis, resulting in international condemnation of the bombing.
European Union Metro Station is a station on the Sofia Metro in Bulgaria. It opened on 31 August 2012. Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov and the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso inaugurated the new section of the Sofia Metro, which was funded with EU money. Barroso expressed his delight that the metro station was named after the European Union.
Knyaginya Maria Luiza Metro Station is the 21st station to open on the Sofia Metro in Bulgaria. It is situated near the Nadezhda road junction in the northern part of Sofia, at the intersection of Maria Luiza Boulevard and Gen. Stoletov Blvd. It opened on 31 August 2012 and is also known as the fifth station on the M2 line of the metro. It was also the first station on the path of the TBM, which worked on the section between stations 5-II and 9-II, entirely constructed by the Turkish company Doğuş Construction, part of Doğuş Holding. The station is a shallow triple-span station with two rows of concrete and steel columns. It serves two central tracks and two side platforms. There are four street entrances, two on each side of the boulevard after which the station is named. They lead to a central vestibule, directly above the station.
Boyko Metodiev Borisov is a Bulgarian politician who has been Prime Minister of Bulgaria since May 2017. He was also Prime Minister from 2009 to 2013 and from 2014 to January 2017, making him Bulgaria's second-longest serving Prime Minister to date.
Shopov is a Bulgarian male surname, its feminine counterpart is Shopova. It may refer to:
„Stolen Life“ is a Bulgarian medical drama series that airs on NOVA, created by Evtim Miloshev directed by Zornitsa Sofia and Peter Valchanov and produced by Alexander Hristov, Evtim Miloshev, Gabriel Georgiev and Ivan Spassov. Participating actors are Stoyan Alexiev, Maria Kavardjikova, Alexander Alexiev, Ianina Kasheva, Ioana Bukovska-Davidova, Emil Markov, Radina Dumanyan, Dimo Alexiev, Vasil Banov, Martina Vachkova, Milena Jivkova and others.
Vasil Shopov is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays for CSKA 1948 Sofia as a midfielder.
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