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 Translation for 'Carinthia' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   Carinthia | -
геог.
Carinthia {noun}
Каринтия {ж}
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Translation for 'Carinthia' from English to Bulgarian

Carinthia {noun}
Каринтия {ж}геог.
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Usage Examples English
  • The Slovene Scouts and Guides in Carinthia (...) is the Scout and Guide association of the Slovene-speaking minority in Carinthia.
  • Lavamünd lies in the southeast of Carinthia, close to the border with Slovenia (Slovene Carinthia).
  • Friesach (...) is a historic town in the Sankt Veit an der Glan district of Carinthia, Austria. First mentioned in an 860 deed, it is known as the oldest town in Carinthia.
  • During the 2009 state parliament election campaign, the State of Carinthia issued a EUR 400,000 image brochure.
  • Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule Kärnten) is a college of higher education in Carinthia, Austria.

  • Peter Kaiser (born 4 December 1958) is an Austrian politician of the Social Democratic Party. Since March 2013 he is governor of Carinthia and since March 2010 also chairman of the SPÖ Carinthia.
  • Historically it formed the border between the Inner Austrian duchies of Carinthia, Styria, and Carniola.
  • The Reichsgau Carinthia (German: "Reichsgau Kärnten") was an administrative division of Nazi Germany in Carinthia and East Tyrol (both in Austria) and Upper Carniola in Slovenia.
  • ... , English: Lake Keutschach) is a lake of Carinthia, Austria.
  • Burgruine Straßfried is a castle in Carinthia, Austria. It is located next to the Austrian–Italian border by Arnoldstein in Carinthia.

  • For a very short time, he changed to Carinthia and was player for the Club FC Lurnfeld/Moellbruecke ("Unterliga West", 5th league in Austria resp. ...
  • Dörfler is a member of the Freedom Party in Carinthia (FPK). Until 2017 he served in the Federal Council, where he represented his home state Carinthia.
  • Until 1989, the SPÖ held an absolute majority in the Austrian province of Carinthia; when it received less than 50% of seats in 1989, ÖVP and FPÖ formed a coalition and elected Haider as "Landeshauptmann" (governor) of Carinthia.
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