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Golden Sands ( Français: Sables D\`or, Russian: Золотые Пески, Spanish: Zlatni Pyasatsi, Deutsch: Slatni Pjasazi) is a city in Bulgaria, situated in the Varna Province region. According to the latest census, the city population is about 9760 inhabitants. Geographical coordinates of Golden Sands (WGS84): (lat.): 43° 17' 6" N ( 43.285 ), (long.): 28° 2' 30" E ( 28.0418 ). Interested in useful and fascinating information about Golden Sands? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Golden Sands.

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    Golden Sands (Bulgarian: Златни пясъци, Zlatni pyasatsi) is a major seaside resort town on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, adjacent to a national park of the same name in the municipality of Varna.

    Located 17 km north of downtown Varna, it is virtually connected to the city by a continuous swath of resorts and villa communities. It is a popular tourist destination, drawing many visitors from Romania, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia, Scandinavia, France, Central and Eastern Europe, the Persian Gulf, Israel, and other countries.

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