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Stamboliyski
Stamboliyski is located in Bulgaria
Stamboliyski
Stamboliyski
Location of Stamboliyski
Coordinates: 42°8′N 24°32′E / 42.133°N 24.533°E / 42.133; 24.533
Country Bulgaria
Province
(Oblast)
Plovdiv
Government
 • Mayor Ivan Yakov
Population (13.09.2005)
 • Total 13,266
Time zone UTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST) UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal Code 4210
Area code(s) 0339
The bridge over Maritsa river at Stamboliyski
The bridge over Maritsa river at Stamboliyski
Memorial of General Shuvalov who in 1878 liberated Stamboliyski (then Gara Krichim)
Memorial of General Shuvalov who in 1878 liberated Stamboliyski (then Gara Krichim)

Stamboliyski (Bulgarian: Стамболийски) is a town in southern Bulgaria, located on the right bank of Maritsa river and is a part of Plovdiv Province. It was founded in 1873–75, when the Istanbul-Belovo railway was built. It was initially called Gara Krichim ('Krichim Station') after the largest village in the vicinity then, Krichim.

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History

The first settlers came from Brestovitsa and Perushtitsa, which together with railway workers from Peshtera established a village north of the railway line, which in 1926 had 224 residents. Refugees from the parts of Thrace and Macedonia under foreign rule arrived in 1926–1928 and the population grew to 554 in 1934. Industrialists from the larger cities founded factories in Gara Krichim and the village developed into a regional centre of industry and transport. It was proclaimed a town in 1964, and after the village of Krichim also acquired town status in 1969, it was renamed Novi Krichim ('New Krichim'). In 1979, the name was changed to Stamboliyski in honour of Aleksandar Stamboliyski, a former Prime Minister of Bulgaria and agrarian leader.

Culture

Regular events

Once a year there is a celebration of the city, which lasts for three days. The date changes each year according to the religious holiday Holy Spirit. Also, every Saturday there is a market near the center.

Public institutions

  • Community Center Vaptsarov develop the following activities: Youth Dance Ensemble "Yuzhnyache"; Kids Vocal Studio; Schools ballet and art; Music schools; Courses in English and German; Football team "Thrace";

The town of Stamboliyski successfully develops the "Taekwondo Club Trakiets".

Schools
  • School "Hristo Botev"
  • School "Otets Paisiy"
  • School "Hristo Smirnenski"

References

External links

Media related to Stamboliyski at Wikimedia Commons

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