Pazardzhik is one of the biggest towns in southern Bulgaria. It is situated in the western part of the Thracian valley, on the bank of Maritsa River. The distance from Pazardzhik to Sofia is 100 km and to Plovdiv – 35 km. The area was populated in ancient times. Many mounds and necropolises were found there. The settlement appeared in 15th century and acted as a merchant center on the road from Europe to Asia Minor. In the coming century, the town became an Ottoman administrative unit. Travelers often wrote about it and mentioned it as...
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