Velikite Balgari

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Vasil Levski at the time of the creation of his internal revolutionary network

Velikite Balgari (Bulgarian: „Великите българи“, The Great Bulgarians) was the Bulgarian spin-off of the 2002 program 100 Greatest Britons produced by the BBC. Aired on the Bulgarian National Television's Kanal 1, its first stage began on 9 June 2006 and finished on 10 December, with a show on 23 December announcing the names of the Top 100 as chosen by popular vote. The Top 10 were announced in alphabetical order. In the second stage, which lasted until 17 February 2007, the viewers determined the order in the Top 10. Documentaries dedicated to every Top 10 personality were aired during the second stage.

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11–100[edit]

  1. John Atanasoff
  2. Hristo Stoichkov
  3. Baba Vanga
  4. Todor Zhivkov
  5. Georgi Asparuhov
  6. Tsar Kaloyan of Bulgaria
  7. Khan Krum of Bulgaria
  8. Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria
  9. Vladimir Dimitrov
  10. St John of Rila
  11. Azis
  12. Ivan Kostov
  13. Aleko Konstantinov
  14. Volen Siderov
  15. Georgi Benkovski
  16. Neno Yurukov
  17. Slavi Trifonov
  18. Nikola Vaptsarov
  19. Boyko Borisov
  20. Lili Ivanova
  21. Dan Koloff
  22. Khan Kubrat
  23. Tonka Obretenova
  24. Georgi Rakovski
  25. Petko Voyvoda
  26. Rayna Knyaginya
  27. Valya Balkanska
  28. Georgi Dimitrov
  29. Albena Denkova
  30. Ghena Dimitrova
  31. Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi
  32. Atanas Burov
  33. Kolyu Ficheto
  34. Emil Dimitrov
  35. St Evtimiy, Patriarch of Tarnovo
  36. Tsar Samuil of Bulgaria
  37. Aleksandar Stamboliyski
  38. Georgi Partsalev
  39. Zahari Stoyanov
  40. Nikolay Haytov
  41. St Clement of Ohrid
  42. Veselin Topalov
  43. Yordan Yovkov
  44. Gotse Delchev
  45. Peyo Yavorov
  46. Rayna Kabaivanska
  47. Khan Tervel of Bulgaria
  48. Ahmed Dogan
  49. Hadzhi Dimitar
  50. Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria
  51. Neshka Robeva
  52. Nevena Kokanova
  53. Boris Christoff
  54. Yordan Radichkov
  55. Yane Sandanski
  56. Dimitar Peshev
  57. Elin Pelin
  58. Vasil Aprilov
  59. Apostol Karamitev
  60. Georgi Parvanov
  61. Dimcho Debelyanov
  62. Zahari Zograf
  63. Panayot Volov
  64. Sergey Stanishev
  65. Simeon Sakskoburggotski
  66. Lyudmila Zhivkova
  67. Dimitar and Konstantin Miladinovi
  68. Stefan Karadzha
  69. Nicolai Ghiaurov
  70. Stoyanka Mutafova
  71. Capt. Dimitar Spisarevski
  72. Lyuben Karavelov
  73. Stefka Kostadinova
  74. Hristo Smirnenski
  75. Major General Georgi Ivanov
  76. Petar Beron
  77. Valeri Petrov
  78. Georgi Kaloyanchev
  79. Geo Milev
  80. Sophronius of Vratsa
  81. Ekaterina Dafovska
  82. Dimitar Talev
  83. Todor Aleksandrov
  84. Pencho Slaveykov
  85. Filip Kutev
  86. Krakra of Pernik
  87. Ivet Lalova
  88. Panayot Hitov
  89. Khan Omurtag of Bulgaria
  90. Prof. Asen Zlatarov

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