Radomir (toun)

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Coordinates: 42°33′N 22°57′E / 42.550°N 22.950°E / 42.550; 22.950

Radomir (Bulgarie: Радомир) is a toun in the Pernik Province o Bulgarie wi a population o aboot 16,503.

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

The toun wis first mentioned in a 15t-hunderyear source as Uradmur. The current shape appears for the first time in a source frae 1488. The name is derivit directly frae the personal name Radomir or its adjectival shape.[1]

In 1918, Bulgarie wis ruled bi Ferdinand o Bulgarie, unner whom Aleksandar Stamboliyski haed been impreesoned for opposin Bulgarie's pairticipation in the Balkan War an its alliance wi the Central Pouers in Warld War I. When in September the Allied forces breuk intae Bulgarie, Ferdinand greit tae release Stamboliyski in return for a promise tae help restore order in the militar. Housomeivver, Stamboliyski insteid aligned hissel wi the uprisin an in Radomir proclaimit Bulgarie tae be a republic. His supporters then attemptit a attack on Sofia. The Radomir Rebellion wis stoppit when this force wis defeatit bi Bulgarie an German tsarists, who did no retain control for lang as Bulgarie haed signed a airmistice wi the Allees bi the end o the month an aw.

Ryalty[eedit | eedit soorce]

Radomir (1000 - ?) wis the name o a Bulgarie prince an aw.

Radomir wis the surname o Gavril Radomir o Bulgarie (Bulgarie: Гаврил Радомир), who ruled Bulgarie frae October 1014 tae August 1015.

Honour[eedit | eedit soorce]

Radomir Knoll on Livingston Island in the Sooth Shetland Islands, Antarcticae is namit efter Radomir.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Чолева-Димитрова, Анна М. (2002). Селищни имена от Югозападна България: Изследване. Речник (in Bulgarian). София: Пенсофт. p. 160. ISBN 954-642-168-5. OCLC 57603720. 

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