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Razlog (Bulgaria: Razlog) is a town and ski resort in Razlog municipality, Blagoevgrad district in southwestern Bulgaria. It is located in Razlog Valley and was first mentioned during the reign of Byzantine emperor Basil II.
Between 1894-1896, during his trip in the region of Macedonia, Bulgaria Vasil Kanchov geographer visited Razlog (then known as Mehomiya, Mehomia), and reported that the number 820 households out of which 500 Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox, 300 The Muslim Bulgarians (Pomacea), 16 of Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Protestant and five for a total population of about 4620.
According to the same copyright 1900 study population in Macedonia, Razlog was populated by 4970 people, of which 3,200 Christian Bulgarians, 1460 Bulgarian Muslims, 80 Turks, 30 200 Roma and Aromanian.
The city population actively participated in riots in Kresna-Razlog and Ilinden-Preobrazhenie, Razlog, who was part of the vilayet Selanik Serez Sanjak as "RazlÄąk" itself was liberated from Ottoman domination in 1912. Razlog developed as a center of winter tourism in 1990 and 2000, due to its favorable position close to Pirin, Rila and Rhodope Mountains.
Razlog | Razlog (Bulgaria: Razlog) is a town and ski resort in Razlog municipality, at the foot of Rila, Blagoevgrad district in south-western Bulgaria, 7 km away from Bansko, Sofia: 170 km (south), away from Plovdiv : 148 km
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