Tsarevets may refer to the following places in Bulgaria:
Tsarevets is a village in the municipality of Dobrichka, in Dobrich Province, in northeastern Bulgaria.
Tsarevets is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.
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The Battle of Adrianople occurred around Adrianople on April 14, 1205 between Bulgarians and Cumans under Tsar Kaloyan of Bulgaria, and Crusaders under Baldwin I, who only months before had been crowned Emperor of Constantinople, allied with Venetians under Doge Enrico Dandolo. It was won by the Bulgarians, after a successful ambush.
Baldwin is a Germanic name, composed of the elements bald "bold" and win "friend".
Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north central Bulgaria and the administrative centre of Veliko Tarnovo Province.
Dobrich Province is a province in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Southern Dobruja geographical region. It is bounded on east by the Black Sea, on south by Varna Province, on west by Yambol & Sliven provinces, on north by Shumen & Varna provinces. It is divided into 8 municipalities. At the 2011 census, it had a population of 186,016.
Tsarevets is a medieval stronghold located on a hill with the same name in Veliko Tarnovo in northern Bulgaria. Tsarevets is 206 metres (676 ft) above sea level.It served as the Second Bulgarian Empire's primary fortress and strongest bulwark from 1185 to 1393, housing the royal and the patriarchal palaces, and is a popular tourist attraction.
Baldwin's Tower is a defensive tower located in the Bulgarian town of Veliko Tarnovo, in the southeast of the Tsarevets Fortress.
Mezdra is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vratsa Province. It is located on the left bank of the Iskar River just north of its gorge through the Balkan Mountains.
The siege of Tarnovo occurred in the spring of 1393 and resulted in a decisive Ottoman victory. With the fall of its capital, the Bulgarian Empire was reduced to a few fortresses along the Danube.
The Architecture of the Tarnovo Artistic School is a term for the development of architecture during the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185–1396). In the 13th and 14th centuries the capital Tarnovo determined the progress of the Bulgarian architecture with many edifices preserved or reconstructed which show the skills of the Medieval Bulgarian architects and the construction and decorative techniques they used. The builders have created a unique architectural style, known as Tarnovian Style, that influenced the architecture in many countries of Southeastern Europe and parts of Central Europe. With its diverse architecture, the Tarnovo School may be separated into several branches according to the function of the buildings.
Sabine Glacier is a 13.5 km long glacier on the north side of Detroit Plateau, flowing from Mount Bris and Tsarevets Buttress northwards along the east slopes of Korten Ridge, and terminating at the sea in Jordanoff Bay on Davis Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. Captain Henry Foster gave the name "Cape Sabine" in 1829 to a feature lying southeast of Cape Kater but it has not been possible to identify that cape. This toponym preserves the early use of Sabine in this area. Sir Edward Sabine (1788-1883), English astronomer and geodesist, was a member of the committee which planned the 1829 voyage of Foster in the Chanticleer.
Mount Bris is a broad ice-covered mountain with precipitous and partly ice-free slopes except to the southeast, the summit of Korten Ridge on Davis Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. The peak rises to 1,673 metres (5,490 ft) 1 nautical mile (2 km) west of the head of Sabine Glacier and 11 nautical miles (20 km) south of Cape Kater. It is linked to Tsarevets Buttress and Detroit Plateau by Podvis Col to the southeast, and surmounting Sabine Glacier to the northeast, Temple Glacier to the southwest, and Kasabova Glacier to the northwest.
Whitecloud Glacier is a glacier which flows northward between Klokotnitsa Ridge on the east and Tsarevets Buttress on the west to discharge into Charcot Bay just west of Almond Point, Trinity Peninsula. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) in 1960. The name is descriptive of cloud conditions that prevailed at the time of Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) survey of the area in 1948.
Korten Ridge is the ridge extending 18 km in south-north direction and 9 km wide, rising to 1673 m on Davis Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is bounded by Podvis Col linking it to Tsarevets Buttress and Detroit Plateau to the southeast, Temple Glacier to the southwest, Lanchester Bay to the west, Wennersgaard Point and Jordanoff Bay to the north, and Sabine Glacier to the east. The north third of the ridge forms Svilengrad Peninsula.
The Patriarchal Cathedral of the Holy Ascension of God is a former Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, in north central Bulgaria. Located on top of the fortified Tsarevets hill in the former capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire, the cathedral was the seat of the Bulgarian patriarch from its construction in the 11th–12th century to its destruction in 1393.
Zikideva was a Roman and Early Byzantine town, tentatively identified with the late antique settlement excavated on the top of Tsarevets hill, near modern Veliko Tarnovo in northern Bulgaria.
Tsarevets Buttress is the rounded ice-covered buttress extending 7 km in north-south direction and 7 km in east-west direction, rising to 1749 m on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is situated on the northwest side of Detroit Plateau, and is connected to Korten Ridge on the west-northwest by Podvis Col. The feature has steep and partly ice-free southwest, north and east slopes, surmounting Temple Glacier to the southwest, Sabine Glacier to the northwest and Whitecloud Glacier to the north-northeast and east.
Musina is a village in the Veliko Tarnovo Province of northern Bulgaria.
Asenov is a district and neighbourhood of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.