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Aksakovo

Aksakovo
Аксаково
Aksakovo
Aksakovo
Location of Aksakovo

Coordinates: 43°15′N 27°49′E / 43.250°N 27.817°E / 43.250; 27.817Coordinates: 43°15′N 27°49′E / 43.250°N 27.817°E / 43.250; 27.817

Country Bulgaria
Provinces
(Oblast)
Varna
Government
 • Mayor Atanas Stoilov
Elevation 99 m (325 ft)
Population (December 2009)[1]
 • Total 7,897
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal Code 9154
Area code(s) 05113
License plate B

Aksakovo (Bulgarian: Аксаково) is a town in Varna Province, Northeastern Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Aksakovo Municipality. The town is located on the Franga Plateau three kilometres northwest of the city of Varna. As of December 2009, it has a population of 7,897 inhabitants.[1]

Aksakovo was declared a town on 27 May 2004. As a village, it was first mentioned in the late 17th century.

Municipality

Main article: Aksakovo Municipality

Aksakovo municipality includes the following 23 places:

  • Aksakovo
  • Botevo
  • Dobrogled
  • Dolishte
  • General Kantardzhievo
  • Ignatievo
  • Izvorsko
  • Kichevo
  • Klimentovo
  • Krumovo
  • Kumanovo
  • Lyuben Karavelovo
  • Novakovo
  • Oreshak
  • Osenovo
  • Pripek
  • Radevo
  • Slanchevo
  • Vaglen
  • Voditsa
  • Yarebichna
  • Zasmyano
  • Zornitsa

References

External links

  • Aksakovo municipality website (Bulgarian)
  • Information for all of the villages in Aksakovo municipality
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