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Southwestern Bulgaria

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Bansko

The town of Bansko (9134 inhabitants; 925 m above sea level) is situated by the Glazne River (the right tributary of Mesta) at the north-eastern foothills of Pirin beneath the highest and most beautiful karst part of the mountain.

Blagoevgrad

The town of Blagoevgrad (71 361 inhabitants, 430 m above sea level) is one of the largest towns in South- Western Bulgaria. It is situated at the foot of the south-western slopes of Rila mountain, on both banks of Blagoevgradska Bistritsa River, within the river-basin of the big Bulgarian River S...

Doupnitsa

The town of Doupnitsa (38 323 inhabitants, 510 m) is situated at the north-western foot of Rila, on both banks of River German, a left tributary of Strouma, which spings from the Seven Rila Lakes. It is situated 69 km south of Sofia, 38 km south of Kyustendil, 33 km north of Blagoevgrad and 40 km...

Gotze Delchev

The town of Gotse Delchev (20 546 inhabitants, 540 m above sea level) is situated in the valley of the Mesta River, along the banks of its right tributary - the Nevrokop River. It is 22 km north of the Greek border, 51 km south of Bansko, 112 km away from Blagoevgrad and 212 km away from Sofia.

Kostenetz

The municipality of Kostenets (about 17 000 inhabitants, 500-600 m above sea level) with almost its all settlements is a spa and a resort region of national importance, situated in the valley of Dolna Banya, along the upper flow of River Maritsa.

Kyustendil

The town of Kyustendil (50 243 inhabitants, 525 m above sea level) is situated in the most western parts of Bulgaria, only 27 km in the air from the three borders - Bulgarian-Macedonian, Bulgarian-Serbian and Serbian-Macedonian.

Panagyurishte

The town of Panagyurishte (21 228 inhabitants, 530 m above sea level) is situated in a small valley in Sashtinska Sredna Gora, on both banks of the River Luda Yana. It is 91 km east of Sofia, 43 km north of Pazardzhik and 37 km south of Zlatitsa. Its name is of Greek origin and means a fair venue...

Pernik

The town of Pernik (86 133 inhabitants, 710 metres above sea level) is the largest town in Southwestern Bulgaria after Sofia. It is situated in the high Pernik Plain between Vitosha, Lyulin and Golo Burdo Mountains, along the Strouma River. The town is 30 km to the southwest of Sofia, 59 km to th...

Petrich

Petrich is located at the immediate northern foothill of the Belasitsa Mountain, along the banks of the Petrich River (the right tributary of the Stroumeshnitsa River flowing into the River Strouma). The Petrich field along the Stroumeshnitsa Valley is one of the most fertile in Bulgaria.

Pirdop and Zlatitsa

The two small towns of Pirdop (8548 inhabitants) and Zlatitsa (5648 inhabitants) of the sub-Balkan Range are located in the Zlatitsa-Pirdop Valley, between Stara Planina Mounatin (to the north) and Sredna Gora Mountain (to the south) at 680 m above sea level. The distance of 3-4 km between them i...

 
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