Stara Zagora Transmitter

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Coordinates: 42°23′38″N 25°42′16″E / 42.39389°N 25.70444°E / 42.39389; 25.70444

The Stara Zagora Transmitter was a high power mediumwave broadcasting station near Stara Zagora in Bulgaria.

It had at least 3 guyed masts. One of these masts was a Blaw-Knox Tower. It was one of the few Blaw-Knox towers in Europe, along with similar masts at Vakarel, Bulgaria, at Riga, Latvia, Lakihegy, Hungary and Lisnagarvey, Northern Ireland.

The transmitter was shut down on April 7, 2013. The masts were dismantled and scrapped in November 2014.

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