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Additional information Ruzha:
Means "hollyhock" in Bulgarian and Macedonian (referring to flowering plants from the genera Alcea and Althaea).
Songs about Ruzha:
Bela Ruzha by Dimitrina Karpuzova from the Album Rofinka The Key To The Mystery, Vol. 1
Brala Moma Ruzha Cvete by Lilly of the West from the Album Swings & Heartaches
Brala Moma Ruzha Tsvete by Ivo Papasov; Thrakia Orchestra from the Album Ivo Papasov with "Thrakia" Orchestra
Brala moma Ruzha tsvete (Young Ruzha was picking flowers) by Christina Lyutova from the Album The Magic Of Madara
Chyrvonaja Ruzha by Ljavony from the Album Istorija prodolzhaetsja...
Ruzha by Stary Olsa from the Album Lepshae
Ruzha by Stary Olsa from the Album Kelih Kola
Books about Ruzha:
Ruzha-yi Khakistari by Haniyah Asl (2006)
Vaida I Ruzha Ris.Kanareikinoi A. by Gessler A. Druts E. (1991)
Vaida I Ruzha Ris. Kanareikinoi A. by Druts E. (1991)
An ruzha raftand by Farank Davanlu (1378)
Ruzha va ruydadha: Ruzha-yi shamsi (1377)
Ruzha i shtyk by Vasil Vitka (1958)
Akhirin talashha dar akhirin ruzha: Matalibi naguftah piramun-i Inqilab-i Islami-i Iran) by Ibrahim Yazdi
Wiki information Ruzha:
Ruzha Delcheva was a Bulgarian stage and film actress born in 1915, deceased in 2002. She is probably best known for her memorable performance as Madam Zlata, costarring with Georgi Partsalev in the TV musical The Phoney Civilization directed by...
Ruzha Lazarova is a Bulgarian French language writer who currently lives in Paris. She studied at the old Lycée Français of Sofia and she later studied French lieterature at the Sofia University. She started publishing short stories in Bulgarian and...