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Kaspichan (Bulgarian: Каспичан) is a town in central northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen Province. It is located in the eastern Danubian Plain, some 70 km from the major Black Sea port Varna and around 120 km from the key Danube ports of Rousse and Silistra. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 3,260 inhabitants.

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Kaspichan Point
... Kaspichan Point (Nos Kaspichan \'nos 'ka-spi-chan\) is a point on the southeast side of the entrance to Kramolin Cove on the southwest coast of Greenwich Island, Antarctica ... Named after the town of Kaspichan in northeastern Bulgaria ...
Kaspichan - Honour
... Kaspichan Point on Greenwich Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica is named after Kaspichan ... The Kaspichan railway station, an important junction in the Bulgarian northeast Ruins of the early medieval city of Pliska, the first Bulgarian capital Central Kaspichan Police station ...