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Panorama, Razlog


01.3.2024
Bansko Skiing Zone Concessionaire Presents to Environment Minister Conceptual Design for New Ski Gondola
Sofia, January 4 (BTA) - Meeting with Environment Minister Neno Dimov and the Mayor of Bansko on Thursday, officials of Ulen, the company running the Bansko skiing zone, presented a conceptual design for a second...

The first 20 years Max Consult.BG Ltd., Congratulations! 02.6.2023
The first 20 years Max Consult.BG Ltd., Congratulations!

UPDATED Bulgaria\'s First Floating Solar Power Plant Project Unveiled in Sofia 07.3.2023
UPDATED Bulgaria's First Floating Solar Power Plant Project Unveiled in Sofia
SOFIA, 07.03.2023 08:31 | UPDATED 07.03.2023 11:32 (BTA) A major project for building Bulgarias first floating solar power plant was presented in Sofia on Tuesday. Construction of the plant in the water area...


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Kardjali
Kardjali (Kardschali) is a town in Bulgaria, capital of Kardzhali Province in the Eastern Rhodopes. Near the town is the noted Kardzhali dam.
The town was developed very early due to its position on the trade roads during the Ottoman times. It is the region in the Balkans with the highest population of Turkish ethnicity. The entire population of Kardzhali was made up almost by Turks until 1950. Later, Bulgarians and Roma people settled, as some Turks moved away. Currently, the population of Kardzhali municipality consists of 62% Turks, 31% Bulgarians and 3% Roma, among others. The regional government today is to a great extent in the hands of Turkish ethnicity. The province is represented in the National Assembly of Bulgaria by five deputies, all of Turkish origin.

There are many open-air restaurants, offering variety of drinks and cocktails in summer time on the dam. It is a popular place among fans of water sports and of fishing.

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