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Akandzhievo Destination Guide

Touring Akandzhievo in Bulgaria

Akandzhievo in the region of Pazardzhit is a city located in Bulgaria - some 48 mi or ( 78 km ) South-East of Sofia , the country's capital city .

Interactive map of Akandzhievo

Time in Akandzhievo is now 08:30 PM (Thursday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Sofia " with a UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: İzmir, Timişoara, Bucharest, Vratsa, and Vinogradets. Being here already, consider visiting İzmir . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Akandzhievo ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Videos

Trip from Plovdiv to Sofia, Bulgaria

1:07 min by djrudibg
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Belovo Open Air 2011

2:49 min by Martin Hristov
Views: 131 Rating: 5.00

Location: Bearfiled in the pine three wood on Belovo's hill, Bulgaria.Some creative beats from some of the coolest gyes celebrating the last saturday of July. I hope it became a tradition ;) ..


Steam locomotive at the station in Septemvri, Bulgaria.

1:53 min by Canko Karacenow
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Steam locomotive at the station in Septemvri, Bulgaria. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (www.youtube.com ..

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Interesting facts about this location

Septemvri

Septemvri (Bulgarian: Септември, lit. September) is a town in Pazardzhik Province, Southern Bulgaria, located at the western end of the Upper Thracian Lowland, 19 km away to the west from the city of Pazardzhik. It is the administrative centre of homonymous Septemvri Municipality. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 8,422 inhabitants.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 42.22 24.10 (Lat./Long.); Less than 6 km away
Tags: Municipalities of Bulgaria, Populated places in Pazardzhik Province, Towns in Bulgaria

Septemvri-Dobrinishte narrow gauge line

The Septemvri–Dobrinishte narrow gauge line (Bulgarian: теснолинейка Септември — Добринище, tesnolineyka Septemvri — Dobrinishte) is the only operating narrow gauge (760 mm) line in Bulgaria. It is operated by Bulgarian State Railways (BDŽ). The line is actively used with seven passenger trains running per day. The journey takes five hours through the valleys and gorges between Rila and Rhodopes.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 42.20 24.13 (Lat./Long.); Less than 8 km away
Tags: 760 mm gauge railways, Blagoevgrad Province, Pazardzhik Province, Rail transport in Bulgaria

Lesichovo

Lesichovo is a village in the Pazardzhik Province, Bulgaria. As of 2005 it has 982 inhabitants. The village is a centre of the Lesichovo municipality. It hosts an annual Kukeri festival.

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Located at 42.35 24.12 (Lat./Long.); Less than 12 km away
Tags: Villages in Pazardzhik Province

Yadenitsa

Yadenitsa is a tributary of Maritsa, with a length of 26 km. It has its origin near Chakaritsa, between the Rila Mountains and Rhodope Mountains, in western Bulgaria. It enters into Maritsa near Belovo.

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Located at 42.15 23.97 (Lat./Long.); Less than 13 km away
Tags: Rivers of Bulgaria

Battle of the Gates of Trajan

The Battle of the Gates of Trajan (Bulgarian: Битката при Траянови Врата, Greek: Μάχη στις Πύλες του Τραϊανού) was a battle between Byzantine and Bulgarian forces in the year 986. It took place in the pass of the same name, modern Trayanovi Vrata, in Sofia Province, Bulgaria. It was the largest defeat of the Byzantines under Emperor Basil II.

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Located at 42.36 23.92 (Lat./Long.); Less than 16 km away
Tags: 10th century in Bulgaria, 980s conflicts, 980s in Europe, 980s in the Byzantine Empire, 986, Battles of Basil II, Battles of the Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars in Thrace