Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria Review

Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria Review


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Located in South-Western Bulgaria you will find the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria. The region borders Greece and Macedonia as well as four other Bulgarian regions (Smolyan, Pazardzhik, Sofia and Kyustendil). Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria has a population of approximately 71,000 inhabitants. Parts of three of the largest Bulgarian mountain ranges (Rila, Pirin and Rhodopes) occupy part of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria.

The region of Blagoevgrad boasts picturesque lakes. Roaring (sometimes raging) rivers provide the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria with pure, fresh, spring water. Blagoevgrad city is the largest in the region and the Blagoevgrad municipality has an ample supply of pure mineral waters, river systems and lush mountain forests. Blagoevgrad city is one of the most important in south-western Bulgaria. It serves as the administrative center for the region. The main international trade route that connects Bulgaria to Greece and Macedonia pass through the region.

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The natural resources of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria include wood, coal, ore, granite, marble and mineral springs. The age structure of the region remains younger than the national average accredited to developed infrastructure and favourable economic development. The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria is considered one of the best regions in which to live; currently ranking third (out of twenty-eight regions in the country) with regard to the quality of life-style. The climate of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria can vary from continental and alpine to mediterranean.

The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria is composed of 14 municipalities and includes 280 towns. There are two centers of higher

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Blagoevgrad

education and 182 schools in the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria. Approximately 10,000 college students are attracted to study in the region annually.

During the communist years, Blagoevgrad was an important tourist destination for East German citizens and is slowly starting to regain the same significance. The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria remains an important target for potential EU funding.

Bulgarian Properties for Sale has No Current Listings in This Region.


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Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria Review

Blagoevgrad Bulgaria Image

Blagoevgrad Bulgaria

Located in South-Western Bulgaria you will find the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria. The region borders Greece and Macedonia as well as four other Bulgarian regions (Smolyan, Pazardzhik, Sofia and Kyustendil). Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria has a population of approximately 71,000 inhabitants. Parts of three of the largest Bulgarian mountain ranges (Rila, Pirin and Rhodopes) occupy part of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria. The region of Blagoevgrad boasts picturesque lakes. Roaring (sometimes raging) rivers provide the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria with pure, fresh, spring water. Blagoevgrad city is the largest in the region and the Blagoevgrad municipality has an ample supply of pure mineral waters, river systems and lush mountain forests. Blagoevgrad city is one of the most important in south-western Bulgaria. It serves as the administrative center for the region. The main international trade route that connects Bulgaria to Greece and Macedonia pass through the region.
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Blagoevgrad

The natural resources of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria include wood, coal, ore, granite, marble and mineral springs. The age structure of the region remains younger than the national average accredited to developed infrastructure and favourable economic development. The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria is considered one of the best regions in which to live; currently ranking third (out of twenty-eight regions in the country) with regard to the quality of life-style. The climate of the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria can vary from continental and alpine to mediterranean. The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria is composed of 14 municipalities and includes 280 towns. There are two centers of higher
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Blagoevgrad

education and 182 schools in the Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria. Approximately 10,000 college students are attracted to study in the region annually. During the communist years, Blagoevgrad was an important tourist destination for East German citizens and is slowly starting to regain the same significance. The Blagoevgrad Region of Bulgaria remains an important target for potential EU funding.

Bulgarian Properties for Sale has No Current Listings in This Region.

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