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Krumovgrad

Krumovgrad
Крумовград

Centre of Krumovgrad

Coat of arms
Krumovgrad
Krumovgrad
Location of Krumovgrad

Coordinates: 41°28′N 25°39′E / 41.467°N 25.650°E / 41.467; 25.650Coordinates: 41°28′N 25°39′E / 41.467°N 25.650°E / 41.467; 25.650

Country Bulgaria
Province
(Oblast)
Kardzhali
Government
 • Mayor Sebihan Mehmed
Elevation 209 m (686 ft)
Population (13.09.2005)
 • Total 8,690
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal Code 6900
Area code(s) 03641
Website

Krumovgrad (Bulgarian: Крумовград, Turkish: Koşukavak) is a town in Kardzhali Province in the very south of Bulgaria, located in the Eastern Rhodopes on the banks of the river Krumovitsa. The majority of its population consists of ethnic Turks.[1][2] The town is named after the successful medieval Bulgarian ruler Krum, the name meaning 'city of Krum' in Bulgarian.

Municipality

Krumovgrad is also the seat of Krumovgrad municipality (part of Kardzhali Province), which includes the following 78 villages:

  • Avren
  • Bagriltsi
  • Baratsi
  • Blagun
  • Boynik
  • Bryagovets
  • Buk
  • Chal
  • Chernichevo
  • Chernooki
  • Dazhdovnik
  • Devesilitsa
  • Devesilovo
  • Doborsko
  • Dolna Kula
  • Dolni Yurutsi
  • Dzhanka
  • Egrek
  • Edrino
  • Golyama Chinka
  • Golyam Devesil
  • Golyamo Kamenyane
  • Gorna Kula
  • Gorni Yurutsi
  • Grivka
  • Guliyka
  • Guliya
  • Hisar
  • Hrastovo
  • Kalaydzhievo
  • Kamenka
  • Kandilka
  • Kachulka
  • Kovil
  • Kozhuhartsi
  • Kotlari
  • Krasino
  • Kaklitsa
  • Leshtarka
  • Limets
  • Lulichka
  • Malka Chinka
  • Malko Kamenyane
  • Malak Devesil
  • Metlika
  • Moryantsi
  • Ovchari
  • Oreshari
  • Padalo
  • Pashintsi
  • Pelin
  • Perunika
  • Podrumche
  • Polkovnik Zhelyazovo
  • Potocharka
  • Potochnitsa
  • Ralichevo
  • Ribino
  • Rogach
  • Ruchey
  • Samovila
  • Sarnak
  • Sbor
  • Siniger
  • Skalak
  • Sladkodum
  • Slivarka
  • Stari Chal
  • Strandzhevo
  • Strazhets
  • Studen Kladenets
  • Tintyava (Tırfıllı before 1934 [3])
  • Tokachka
  • Topolka
  • Vransko
  • Zvanarka
  • Zimornitsa
  • Zlatolist

External links

  • Informative web site about Krumovgrad

References

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