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Coordinates: 42°10′N 24°45′E / 42.167°N 24.75°E / 42.167; 24.75 Plovdiv Province Област Пловдив —  Province  — Location of Plovdiv Province in Bulgaria Country  Bulgaria Capital Plovdiv Municipalities 18 Government  - Governor Ivan Totev Area  - Total 5,973 km2 (2,306.2 sq mi) Population (GRAO)  - Total 754,759  - Density 126.4/km2 (327.3/sq mi) Time zone EET (UTC+2)  - Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3) License plate PB Website pd.government.bg Plovdiv is an oblast in central southern Bulgaria (formerly part of Eastern Rumelia), onе of the 28 Bulgarian provinces. It comprises 18 municipalities (общини, obshtini, sing. общинa, obshtina); its administrative centre is Plovdiv. Contents 1 Geography 2 Economy 3 Towns 4 Municipalities 5 See also // Geography View of the Rhodopes near the village of Vrata in the south of the province It includes parts of the Upper Thracian Plain, the Rhodopes, Sredna Gora, the Sub-Balkan valleys and Stara Planina, including its highest peak Botev (2, 376m). The main rivers in the province are Maritsa, Stryama, Pyasachnik. There are numerous dams, the most important of which is Pyasachnik. Mineral springs are abundant, there are several major spa resorts- Hisarya, Narechen, Banya and minor spas at Klisura, Asenovgrad, Kuklen, Rosino, Krasnovo, Stoletovo and others. There are many natural landmarks, especially in the Central Balkan National Park, including the spectacular waterfall Raysko Praskalo, the highest in the Balkans. Economy Walls of the Hissarya fortress The economy of the province is of great importance. The agricultural production is intensive and efficient with high levels of irrigation. The major crops are fruit (apples, plums, pears, cherries), grapes, melons and watermelons, vegetables (tomatoes, peppers, carrots, cabbage, potatoes), wheat, rice, barley and others. Industry is very well developed: ferrous metallurgy near Plovdiv; thriving electronics industry in Plovdiv, Saedinenie, Voivodinovo, Radinovo and other villages in the area; agricultural machinery (tractors) in Karlovo, weapon and military plants in Sopot, Karlovo, Plovdiv; chemical industry in Plovdiv, Asenovgrad; food industry is developed almost everywhere, most notably in Plovdiv and Asenovgrad (wines). Tourism is a growing industry with the rich cultural heritage of the province and the numerous mineral springs which are of international importance. Towns The province's capital is the city of Plovdiv, other towns include Karlovo, Sopot, Klisura, Kalofer, Hisarya, Saedinenie, Rakovski, Brezovo, Stamboliyski, Krichim, Perushtitsa, Sadovo, Parvomay, Asenovgrad, Laki, Katunica, Yiagodovo. Municipalities Old Plovdiv The Plovdiv province contains 18 municipalities: Asenovgrad Brezovo Hisarya Kaloyanovo Karlovo Krichim Kuklen Laki Maritsa Parvomay Perushtitsa Plovdiv Rakovski Rodopi Sadovo Saedinenie Sopot Stamboliyski See also Provinces of Bulgaria List of villages in Plovdiv Province Sofia Province Lovech Province Gabrovo Province Pazardzhik Province Stara Zagora Province    Plovdiv Province     Smolyan Province Haskovo Province Kardzhali Province v • d • e Provinces of Bulgaria Blagoevgrad · Burgas · Dobrich · Gabrovo · Haskovo · Kardzhali · Kyustendil · Lovech · Montana · Pazardzhik · Pernik · Pleven · Plovdiv · Razgrad · Ruse · Shumen · Silistra · Sliven · Smolyan · Sofia City · Sofia Province · Stara Zagora · Targovishte · Varna · Veliko Tarnovo · Vidin · Vratsa · Yambol Etymological list of provinces of Bulgaria v • d • e Bulgaria topics History Great Bulgaria · First Bulgarian Empire · Second Bulgarian Empire · Early Ottoman Bulgaria · National awakening · Principality of Bulgaria · Kingdom of Bulgaria · Communist Bulgaria · Bulgaria since 1989 Provinces Blagoevgrad · Burgas · Dobrich · Gabrovo · Haskovo · Kardzhali · Kyustendil · Lovech · Montana · Pazardzhik · Pernik · Pleven · Plovdiv · Razgrad · Rousse · Shumen · Silistra · Sliven · Smolyan · Sofia Province · Stara Zagora · Targovishte · Varna · Veliko Tarnovo · Vidin · Vratsa · Yambol Geography Rhodope Mountains · Balkan Peninsula · Rila · Pirin · Cities and towns · Villages · Black Sea · Bulgarian Black Sea Coast · Rivers · Islands · Reservoirs and dams · Stone runs Politics Economy President · Prime Minister · Government · National Assembly · Supreme Administrative Court · Supreme Court of Cassation · Bulgarian political parties · European Union · Lev · Transport · Tourism · Demographics Culture List of Bulgarians · Bulgarian language · Slavic languages · Bulgarian Orthodox Church · Customs · Cuisine · Literature · Music · Dances · Cinema · Sports · Public holidays · LGBT rights Categories Buildings and structures · Communications · Conservation · Bulgaria stubs · Economy · People · Culture · Geography · Government · Science and technology · Law · Bulgarian Orthodox Church · Bulgaria and the Antarctic Portal · Outline This Plovdiv Province, Bulgaria location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e