Evlogi Georgiev

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Evlogi Georgiev (3 October 1819 – 5 July 1897) was a major Bulgarian merchant, banker and benefactor.wikipedia
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Sofia University

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The main building of the Sofia University was built with a large financial donation by him and his brother Hristo Georgiev.
Founded on 1 October 1888, the edifice of the university was constructed between 1924 and 1934 with the financial support of the brothers Evlogi Georgiev and Hristo Georgiev (whose sculptures are now featured on its façade) and has an area of 18,624 m² and a total of 324 premises.

Hristo Georgiev (patron)

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The main building of the Sofia University was built with a large financial donation by him and his brother Hristo Georgiev.
Hristo Georgiev (Bulgarian: Христо Георгиев) was a wealthy Bulgarian, and brother of Evlogi Georgiev, who lived in the 19th century.

Karlovo

Georgiev was born in Karlovo, but spent most of his life in Bucharest, where he operated a successful business.

Evlogi Peak

Evlogi Peak on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands is named after Evlogi Georgiev.
Named after the Bulgarian financier, industrialist and philanthropist Evlogi Georgiev (1819–1897) whose endowment funded the construction of Sofia University’s main building.

Bulgaria

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Evlogi Georgiev (3 October 1819 – 5 July 1897) was a major Bulgarian merchant, banker and benefactor.

Bucharest

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Georgiev was born in Karlovo, but spent most of his life in Bucharest, where he operated a successful business.

Smith Island (South Shetland Islands)

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Evlogi Peak on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands is named after Evlogi Georgiev.

South Shetland Islands

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Evlogi Peak on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands is named after Evlogi Georgiev.

Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Boulevard

Evlogi Georgiev Boulevard
It is named after the Bulgarian entrepreneurs Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev.

Dimitar Rizov

In 1887 he continued his education in University of Liège in Belgium with an Evlogi Georgiev stipend.

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Stara Zagora

In the period 1930-1938, the faculty premises and clinics were built on 740 decares of land, on the left of Tsarigradsko Shosse in Sofia, provided by the Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Eforia.

Bulgarians in Romania

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In the mid-19th century the cities of southern Romania such as Bucharest, Craiova, Galaţi and Brăila attracted many Bulgarian revolutionary and political émigrés, such as Sophronius of Vratsa, Petar Beron, Hristo Botev, Lyuben Karavelov, Georgi Rakovski, Panayot Hitov, Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi.