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Ardino

Ардино
Distant view of Ardino
Distant view of Ardino
Flag of Ardino

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Ardino is located in Bulgaria
Ardino
Ardino
Location of Ardino
Coordinates: 41°35′N 25°08′E / 41.583°N 25.133°E / 41.583; 25.133
CountryBulgaria
Province
(Oblast)
Kurdzhali
Government
 • Mayorİzzet Şaban
Elevation
684 m (2,244 ft)
Population
 (15.12.2010)
 • Total4,185
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal Code
6750
Area code(s)03651
Main square in Ardino seen from the bridge.
Main square in Ardino seen from the bridge.
Devil's bridge near Ardino.
Devil's bridge near Ardino.

Ardino (Bulgarian: Ардино, formerly Turkish: Eğridere) is a town in southern Bulgaria, in the Rhodope Mountains. It is located in Kardzhali Province and it is also close to Smolyan.

It is famous for its textile industry. It has a machine-building factory and a tobacco manufacturing industry. Tourist attractions include the Belite Brezi, the Eagle rocks and the Dyavolski most (Devil's bridge). Under Ottoman rule, Ardino, then known in Turkish as Eğridere, was a kaza centre in the Sanjak of Gümülcine in the Adrianople Vilayet before the Balkan Wars.[1] Ardino received its name in 1934[2] and was declared as a town in 1960.[3] Ardino is the birthplace of Sabahattin Ali, Turkish novelist, poet and journalist.

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Villages

Notable natives

  • Sabahattin Ali (1907–1948), Turkish novelist, short-story writer, poet, and journalist
  • Cevat Hasanov, Balkan champion in Table Tennis

References

External links

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