- Botev (disambiguation)
Botev can refer to:
Hristo Botev, a Bulgarian poetand revolutionary.
PFC Botev Plovdiv, a soccer club from Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Botev Peak, the highest peak of the Balkan mountains.
Botev (Lukovit), a soccer club from Lukovit, Bulgaria.
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