Arsov (mazedonisch) bzw. Arsow (bulgarisch), in kyrillischer Schrift: Арсов, ist der Familienname von:

  • Ljupčo Arsov (1910–1986), jugoslawischer Politiker
  • Tschawdar Arsow (* 1986), bulgarischer Naturbahnrodler
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