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Tsankov is a Bulgarian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Tsankova. It may refer to

Tsankov Dam is a dam on the Vacha River, Bulgaria. It is part of the Vacha Cascade Joint Implementation Project involving three more dams and four power stations. The two other existing dams on the Vacha River are the Vacha Dam and the Kamak Dam.

Tsankov Kamak Hydro Power Plant

The Tsankov Kamak Hydroelectric Power Plant, also Tsankov Kamak HPP, comprises an arch dam and hydroelectric power plant (HPP) in Tsankov Kamak, southwestern Bulgaria. It is situated on the Vacha River in Smolyan Province, on the borders of Pazardzhik Province and Plovdiv Province, roughly 40 kilometres (25 mi) southwest of Plovdiv and downstream (north) of the town of Devin. It is a part of the Dospat-Vacha cascade development of the Vacha River involving five dams and power stations within the Devin municipality, 250 kilometres (160 mi) southeast of Sofia. The other four dams are Dospat Dam, Teshel Dam, the Vacha Dam and the Krichim Dam.

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Tsvetomir Tsankov is a Bulgarian football goalkeeper who currently plays for Etar Veliko Tarnovo.

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