Gavril Krastevich (Bulgarian: Гаврил Кръстевич; 5 April 1817 – 19 November 1898) was a Bulgarian politician and historian, and the first translator of Benjamin Franklin into Bulgarian. He was born in Kotel in 1817.
|Governor General of Eastern Rumelia|
16 May 1884 – 18 September 1885
|Preceded by||Alexander Bogoridi|
|Succeeded by||Alexander I of Bulgaria|
|Born||5 April 1817|
Kotel, Ottoman Empire (now in Bulgaria)
|Died||19 November 1898 (aged 81)|
Constantinople, Ottoman Empire (now Istanbul, Turkey)
Honorary member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
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