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 (1903-1995)
  2. Hristo Stoichkov (1966-)
  3. Baba Vanga (1911-1996)
  4. Todor Zhivkov (1911-1998)
  5. Georgi Asparuhov (1943-1971)
  6. Tsar Kaloyan of Bulgaria (1170-1207)
  7. Khan Krum of Bulgaria
  8. Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria
  9. Vladimir Dimitrov (1882-1960)
  10. St John of Rila (876-946)
  11. Azis (1978-)
  12. Ivan Kostov (1949-)
  13. Aleko Konstantinov (1863-1897)
  14. Volen Siderov (1956-)
  15. Georgi Benkovski (1843 – 1876)
  16. Neno Yurukov
  17. Slavi Trifonov (1966-)
  18. Nikola Vaptsarov (1909-1942)
  19. Boyko Borisov (1959-)
  20. Lili Ivanova (1939-)
  21. Dan Koloff (1892 – 1940)
  22. Khan Kubrat
  23. Tonka Obretenova (1812-1893)
  24. Georgi Rakovski (1821 – 1867)
  25. Petko Voyvoda (1844–1900)
  26. Rayna Knyaginya (1856-1917)
  27. Valya Balkanska (1942-)
  28. Georgi Dimitrov (1882 – 1949)
  29. Albena Denkova (1974-)
  30. Ghena Dimitrova (1941 – 2005)
  31. Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi
  32. Atanas Burov (1875 – 1954)
  33. Kolyu Ficheto (1800-1881)
  34. Emil Dimitrov (1940 – 2005)# St Evtimiy, Patriarch of Tarnovo
  35. Tsar Samuil of Bulgaria
  36. Aleksandar Stamboliyski (1879 – 1923)
  37. Georgi Partsalev (1925 – 1989)
  38. Zahari Stoyanov (1850 – 1889)
  39. Nikolay Haytov (1919 – 2002)
  40. St Clement of Ohrid (840?-916)
  41. Veselin Topalov (1975-)
  42. Yordan Yovkov (1880 – 1937)
  43. Gotse Delchev (1872 – 1903)
  44. Peyo Yavorov (1878 – 1914)
  45. Rayna Kabaivanska (1934-)
  46. Khan Tervel of Bulgaria
  47. Ahmed Dogan (1954-)
  48. Hadzhi Dimitar (1840 – 1868)
  49. Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria (1894-1943)
  50. Neshka Robeva (1946-)
  51. Nevena Kokanova (1938 – 2000)
  52. Boris Christoff (1914 – 1993)
  53. Yordan Radichkov (1929 – 2004)
  54. Yane Sandanski (1872-1915)
  55. Dimitar Peshev (1894-1973)
  56. Elin Pelin (1877-1949)
  57. Vasil Aprilov (1789-1947)
  58. Apostol Karamitev (1923–1973)
  59. Georgi Parvanov (1957-)
  60. Dimcho Debelyanov (1887 – 1916)
  61. Zahari Zograf (1810–1853)
  62. Panayot Volov (1850-1876)
  63. Sergey Stanishev (1966-)
  64. Simeon Sakskoburggotski (1937-)
  65. Lyudmila Zhivkova (1942-1981)
  66. Dimitar and Konstantin Miladinovi (1810-1862 and 1830-1862, respectively)
  67. Stefan Karadzha (1840-1868)
  68. Nicolai Ghiaurov (1929-2004)
  69. Stoyanka Mutafova (1922-)
  70. Capt. Dimitar Spisarevski (1916-1943)
  71. Lyuben Karavelov (1834-1879)
  72. Stefka Kostadinova (1965-)
  73. Hristo Smirnenski (1898-1923)
  74. Major General Georgi Ivanov (1940-)
  75. Petar Beron (1799-1871)
  76. Valeri Petrov (1920-2014)
  77. Georgi Kaloyanchev (1925-2012)
  78. Geo Milev (1895-1925)
  79. Sophronius of Vratsa (1739–1813)
  80. Ekaterina Dafovska (1975-)
  81. Dimitar Talev (1898-1966)
  82. Todor Aleksandrov (1881-1924)
  83. Pencho Slaveykov (1866-1912)
  84. Filip Kutev (1903-1982)
  85. Krakra of Pernik
  86. Ivet Lalova (1984-)
  87. Panayot Hitov (1830–1918)
  88. Khan Omurtag of Bulgaria
  89. Prof. Asen Zlatarov (1885-1936)

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