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This article is aboot the city in Bulgaria. For ither uisses, see Varna (disambiguation).

Coordinates: 43°13′N 27°55′E / 43.217°N 27.917°E / 43.217; 27.917

Varna
Варна (Bulgarie)
Frae top left: Asparuhov most, Black Sea beach, Euxinograd, Varna Archaeological Museum, Stoyan Bachvarov Dramatic Theatre, Dormition o the Theotokos Cathedral, Drazki torpedo boat, Navy Club, Palace o Sports an Cultur, Auncient Roman baths, Varna Ethnographic Museum

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Nickname(s): Marine (or simmer) caipital o Bulgarie
Морска (лятна) столица на България (Bulgarie)
Morska (lyatna) stolitsa na Balgariya  (transliteration)
Varna is located in Bulgaria
Varna
Varna
Location o Varna in Bulgarie
Coordinates: 43°13′N 27°55′E / 43.217°N 27.917°E / 43.217; 27.917
Kintra  Bulgarie
Province Varna
Municipality Varna
Established as Odessos  6t century BC
Government
 • Mayor Kiril Yordanov
Area
 • Total 238 km2 (92 sq mi)
Elevation 80 m (260 ft)
Population (2011 Census)[1]
 • Density 1,718/km2 (4,450/sq mi)
 • Ceety 334,870
 • Municipality 343,704
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Area code(s) +359 52
Website varna.bg

Varna (Bulgarie: Варна, pronooncit [ˈvarnɐ]) is the lairgest ceety an seaside resort on the Bulgarie Black Sea Coast an the third-lairgest ceety in Bulgarie efter Sofia an Plovdiv wi a population o 334,870 inhabitants as of Februar 2011.[1] It is the admeenistrative centre o the homonymous province an Varna Municipality. It is the eleiventh-lairgest ceety in the Balkans efter Istanbul, Athens, Bucharest, Sofia, Belgrade, Thessaloniki, Zagreb, Skopje, Tirana an Plovdiv.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 National Statistical Institute – Main Towns Census 2011 -in Bulgarian[deid airtin]
  2. "Malmö stads vänortssamarbete" (in Swedish). 2004–2009 Malmö stad, 205 80 Malmö, Organisationsnummer: 212000-1124. Retrieved 2009-06-27. [deid airtin]
  3. "Indonesia – Sister Cities". Skyscraper City. Retrieved 2010-09-16.