Author(s) : Doncheva Svetlana (31/3/2008)Translation : Tsokanis Anna
For citation: Doncheva Svetlana, "Sozopol",Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, Black SeaURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=11606>
Notable port on the Bulgarian coast of the Black sea. Until the Inter-War period the city was mainly populated by Greeks, who involved themselves principally with fishery and commerce. Greek education was especially cultivated in town, where several associations had also been founded.
Burgas (Pyrgos) Province
Eastern Rumelia – Thrace
Bulgarian coast of the Black sea
Созопол, Sozopolis, Sizeboli, Sizebolu, Sizebolou, Apollonia Pontica (ancient name)
2. Sozopol history until the beginning of the 20th century
2.1 Sozopol during the Ottoman period (1453 – 1878)
2.2 Sozopol between 1878 and 1914
3. The population of Sozopol
5. Cultural life
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