Belogradchik rebellion (1836)

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The Belogradchik rebellion broke out in the Belogradchik nahiya, part of the Ottoman Empire, on 6 August 1836, and lasted for 4–5 days.[1] It was planned in Knjaževac (formerly Gurgusovac) in the Principality of Serbia and included participants from Serbia.[1] That year there were also rebellions in nearby Pirot and in Berkovitsa.

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  • Stojančević, Vladimir (1953). "Кнез Милош и Белограчичка буна 1836. године". Историјски часопис. Istorijski institut. 3: 131–140.