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Hisarya Town

Hisarya is located in South Bulgaria, in the District of Plovdiv. It is located at an altitude of 346 meters. Its population is about 7000 people. The town is known for its healing mineral springs and parks rich in plant species. Hisarya is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bulgaria. Its greatest period of prosperity was during the Roman Empire. The construction of fortress walls around the town, baths, municipality buildings, streets started under the reign of Emperor Diocletian. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev

Klisura Town

The town of Klisura is located between Sredna Gora and The Balkans. Its altitude is 660 m. The population is about 1100 people. The town bears this name because of the closeness of the two mountains next to each other. Klisura is one of the centers of the revolutionary activities in Bulgaria. The town is also associated with the April Uprising. In the town, the uprising was suppressed by burning and killing most of the population. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev

Sopot Town

The town of Sopot is located at the foot of the central part of The Balkans. Its population is about 9000 people. The altitude is about 400 m. The writer Ivan Vazov was born there. Over the centuries, the following crafts have been developed: production of wool, weaving, homespun tailoring, milling wheat and more. The first glass factory on the Balkans was opened there. Sopot is one of the centers of national liberation uprisings. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev

Karlovo Town

The town of Karlovo is located in South Central Bulgaria at an altitude of about 450 m. Its population is about 24000 people. It is the birthplace of Vasil Levski and Dr. Ivan Bogorov. The oil-bearing rose used for the production of rose oil is grown in the region. Various crafts such as  coppersmithing, shoemaking, smithery, glassmaking, goldsmithing are developed there. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev

Kalofer Town

Kalofer is located at the foot of The Balkans, at an altitude of 665 meters. The population of Kalofer is about 3000 people. It is the birthplace of the Bulgarian poet and revolutionary Hristo Botev. Over the centuries the town has been an important cultural and commercial center. Most of the locals are involved in the cultivation of the oil rose, which is used to produce the famous Bulgarian rose oil. There is a monastery "Nativity of the Virgin" and "Byala reka" eco trail near Kalofer. [...]
Text: Nedyalko Mihalev | Photos: Nedyalko Mihalev
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