Plovdiv is the second-largest city in Bulgaria after the capital Sofia. Plovdiv's history spans 6,000 years, with traces of a Neolithic settlement dating to roughly 4000 BC, ranking it among the world's oldest cities.
Bachkovo village is located 9 km south from the Assenovgrad town, situated on the both banks of the river Chepelare. Here is the Bachkovo Monastery "Assumption" - the second largest Bulgarian monastery.
Shiroka Laka is a village in the very south of Bulgaria, located in Smolyan municipality, Smolyan Province. It is a proclaimed architectural and folklore reserve and lies in the central Rhodope Mountains, 23 northwest of Smolyan, 16 km from Pamporovo and 22 southeast of Devin. The village has existed at this place since the 17th century and was founded by Bulgarians fleeing from the forcible Islamization conducted by the Ottoman authorities of the time in the Rhodopes.
Jagodina village is located in the Western Rhodopes. In the settlement of the village is located Buinovo Gorge and Trigrad Gorge. The most famous cave "Yagodinska cave" is located nearby.
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