Panaghiuriste is a town in Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria, situated in a small valley in the mountains Sredni Gora. It lies 91 km east of Sofia, 43 km north of Pazardzhik and 37 km south of Zlatitsa.La December 2009 census, the city had a population of 17,959 inhabitants. In the Middle Ages there was a settlement near the modern city.
Panaghiuriste city sits along the river Luda Yana, flanked by Sredni Gora Mountains and 42 km north of the city of Pazardjik. The city is end-Plovdiv railway between Panagurishte. Here are common sources of mineral waters, as well as in villages and Poibrene Banya.
Pazargik is located 205 meters above sea level along the banks of the Maritsa river. It is located 114 km southeast of Sofia and 36 km west of Plovdiv, 20 km north of Cave and 43 miles south of Panaghiuriste. The city is the regional center of town and district of the same name.
It was founded five centuries ago, between 1485 and 1934 was called Tatar - Pazargik. Tartars were founders of, moved here during the Sultan Bayezid, who gave her name. From a marketing center gradually turned into an important economic and administrative center.
It was founded five centuries ago that a market settlement, which gradually turned into an important economic and administrative center.
Cave City is located between the Thracian lowland and the Rhodope Mountains. The cave is located 125 km southeast of Sofia, 40 km southwest of Plovdiv, 20 km south of Pazardjik and 15 km north of Batak.
The city alpha elevation 300-499 m above sea level, covers an area of 90,245 km ² and has a population of 19,302 inhabitants (census 01/01/2007).
Peshtera is an old city, was recognized with a number of archaeological discoveries. Findings remain Thracian fortresses, bridges and paved roads, proving that it appeared that a settlement in the fourth century BC.