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PlovdivPlovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria, is located in the Thracian Plain in Southern Bulgaria at 150 kilometers distance from Sofia.

Plovdiv is originally built on seven hills along the Maritsa River, and its ancient history lend the city a characteristic charm.

The architectural reserve “The Old Plovdiv” attracts travelers from all over the world.

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  1. […] of Smolyan is the most important location in the Central Rhodopes. Smolyan  is 90 km away from Plovdiv. It borders the Republic of Greece to the south, the the towns of Roudozem, Madan and Banite to the […]

  2. […] 6 century BC by an important crossroads of the roads from the Danube to the Aegean region and from Plovdiv to the Black Sea. Its long existence was marked with many names – Beroe, Augusta Trajana, […]

  3. […] sea level at the foot of peak Snezhanka (1926 m). The resort is 260 km. from Sofia and 85 km. from Plovdiv. The average air temperature is […]

  4. […] The Kalofer Monastery of the Blessed Virgin is located in near to the town of Kalofer, 60 km north of Plovdiv. […]

  5. […] low doors and the window seats are characteristic for this architectural style. In Koprivshtitsa, Plovdiv, Tryavna, Kotel, Melnik and many other places in the country you can see some fine examples. There […]

  6. […] Planina Mountain. It is 5 km from the town of Gabrovo, 136 km from Sofia and 63 km from the town of Plovdiv. The village was founded more than three thousand years […]

  7. […] the beautiful Karlovo kettle which is part of the Rose valley. It is located 60 km from the town of Plovdiv. The city is crossed by the Stara reka river (the name means Old river) which forms on the North of […]

  8. […] the eastern part of the Rhodope Mountains on both banks of the Arda river. It is about 104 km from Plovdiv and 250 km from Sofia. Two big and beautiful dam lakes surround the city: Studen Kladenets Dam Lake […]

  9. […] city of Hisarya is located in the foot of Sredna Gora Mountain, 40 km from Plovdiv and 120 km from Sofia. Hisarya  is a city with a long history which was founded in ancient epochs […]

  10. […] city of Chirpan is situated in the Thracian Lowland, 51 km from the town of Plovdiv and 37 km from the town of Stara Zagora. Chirpan is the successor of an ancient Roman village called […]

  11. […] in the northern foothills of the western Rhodope Mountain 169 km south-east of Sofia and 19 km of Plovdiv cut in two by Asenitsa river. This is the town with the biggest number of churches – 12, […]

  12. […] would become part of the subsidiary, given that the company had over 20 such sites based in Sofia, Plovdiv, Karnobat, Dimitrovgrad, […]

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