Tsar Simeon

Tsar Simeon may refer to:

  • Simeon I of Bulgaria, ruled over the First Bulgarian Empire 893–927
  • Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha or Simeon II of Bulgaria, de jure Tsar of Bulgaria 1943–1946, later elected Prime Minister of Bulgaria, served 2001–2005
  • Simeon Bekbulatovich, de jure Tsar of Russia (1575–1576) (Ivan the Terrible was the Tsar de facto)

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