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Municipality Tundzha


Municipality Toundzha – Bulgaria

Municipality Toundzha

South-East Bulgaria

Population: 26,428


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Toundzha is a municipality of Yambol Province, southeastern Bulgaria.

The municipality has an area of 1,218.86 square kilometres, making it the second-largest by area in the country after the Capital Municipality. It covers 44 villages and has a population of 27,225 according to 2005 data.

All the villages in the province are administratively equal, and the administrative centre of the municipality is located in the provincial capital of Yambol, which is not part of Tundzha municipality itself: the city is equivalent to Yambol municipality, which is an enclave within Tundzha municipality.

Tundzha municipality is named after the Tundzha River, the most significant tributary of the Maritsa.

The Tùndzha is a river in Bulgaria and Turkey and the most significant tributary of the Maritsa, emptying into it on Turkish territory near Edirne.

The river takes its source from the central parts of Stara Planina north of Kalofer, it then flows east and makes a sharp turn to the south before Yambol, in which direction it flows until it reaches the Maritsa.

The Tundzha’s length on Bulgarian territory is 350 km. It has about 50 tributaries, the more important of which Mochuritsa, Popovska and Sinapovska.

Towns on the banks of the river include Kalofer, Yambol and Elhovo.

  • Asenovo
  • Bezmer
  • Bolyarsko
  • Botevo
  • Boyadzhik
  • Chargan
  • Chelnik
  • Drazhevo
  • Drama
  • Dryanovo
  • Hadzhi Dimitrovo
  • Hanovo
  • General Inzovo
  • General Toshevo
  • Golyam Manastir
  • Galabintsi
  • Kabile
  • Kalchevo
  • Karavelovo
  • Kozarevo
  • Konevets
  • Krumovo
  • Kukorevo
  • Malomir
  • Meden Kladenets
  • Mezhda
  • Miladinovtsi
  • Mogila
  • Okop
  • Ovchi Kladenets
  • Pobeda
  • Robovo
  • Roza
  • Savino
  • Simeonovo
  • Skalitsa
  • Slamino
  • Stara Reka
  • Tarnava
  • Tenevo
  • Veselinovo
  • Vidintsi
  • Zavoy
  • Zlatari

A notable native is Ivan Atanasov, the father of John Vincent Atanasoff (1903–1905), Bulgarian American physicist and inventor of the first automatic electronic digital computer. He was born in Boyadzhik.

The Bezmer Air Base, one of the joint US-Bulgarian military bases, is also located in the municipality, near the villages of Bezmer and Bolyarsko.

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Yambol, Bulgaria

The region around Yambol is ideal for fishing, hunting and hiking. The Black sea is only 80 km and the Aegean Sea is 160 km. Tourism has brought about more demand for facilities and night life including a number of modern apartments and luxury hotels. This is a boom town and it won’t be long before the location, so favourable in terms of access to skiing and coastal resorts, will become an even more sought after place to live.

This and the extremely low price on properties make this area attractive to foreign buyers. There are many rural houses and plots of land for sale in the villages around Yambol and their prices are very lucrative. Prices of rural houses depend on the condition and the size of the house and the yard and the proximity to Yambol.

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