If you are looking for the youngest Bulgarian town, head south of Sofia . After two hours, you will reach Blagoevgrad, the home of thousands of students. This population makes it one of the youngest and liveliest Bulgarian towns. A relatively young town, set up on the remain of a Thracian settlement, Blagoevgrad has had many names through time- Duyma Badari, Dzhoumaia, Gorna Dzhoumaia and others. These names have Turkish origin and the majority of the town’s population during the Ottoman rule had Turkish background. Blagoevgrad regained its...
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