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Shipka (shĬp´kä), pass through the Balkans, alt. c.4,370 ft (1,330 m), central Bulgaria. It is crossed by a highway. Gabrovo, north of the pass, was the scene of a Russo-Bulgarian victory over the Turks in 1878.

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Shipka A solar system asteroid (No.2530), with an orbital period of 5.25 years. It is to be visited in October 2008 by the Rosetta spacecraft.

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