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Provinces of Bulgaria

The 28 provinces of Bulgaria are divided into 265 municipalities (община, obshtina). Municipalities typically comprise multiple towns, villages and settlements and are governed by a mayor who is elected by popular majority vote for a four-year term, and a municipal council which is elected using proportional representation for a four-year term. [1] The creation of new municipalities requires that they must be created in a territory with a population of at least 6,000 and created around a designated settlement. They must also be named after the settlement that serves as the territory's administrative center, among other criteria. [2]

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The council of a municipality is further permitted to create administrative subdivisions: mayoralties (kmetstvo), settlements (naseleno myasto), and wards or quarters (rayon). [1] Mayoralties are overseen by elected mayors and typically comprises one or more villages or towns; they must contain a population of at least 250. [2] Settlements are overseen by a manager appointed by the mayor of a municipality and thus have fewer responsibilities and less power than a mayoralty; they must have a population of fewer than 150. Wards are overseen by elected mayors and must include a population of at least 25,000; their creation is required in Bulgaria's three most populous municipalities. [2]

Like municipalities themselves, mayoralties and wards are designated administrative-territorial units, as they have their own elected officials. Settlements, however, are simply designated territorial units since their leaders are appointed. [2]

Blagoevgrad Province

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A map of the municipalities in Blagoevgrad Province
  1. Bansko Municipality (main town: Bansko)
  2. Belitsa Municipality (main town: Belitsa)
  3. Blagoevgrad Municipality (main town: Blagoevgrad)
  4. Garmen Municipality (main village: Garmen)
  5. Gotse Delchev Municipality (main town: Gotse Delchev)
  6. Hadzhidimovo Municipality (main town: Hadzhidimovo)
  7. Kresna Municipality (main town: Kresna)
  8. Petrich Municipality (main town: Petrich)
  9. Razlog Municipality (main town: Razlog)
  10. Sandanski Municipality (main town: Sandanski)
  11. Satovcha Municipality (main village: Satovcha)
  12. Simitli Municipality (main town: Simitli)
  13. Strumyani Municipality (main village: Strumyani)
  14. Yakoruda Municipality (main town: Yakoruda)

Burgas Province

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The municipalities of Burgas Province
  1. Aytos Municipality (main town: Aytos)
  2. Burgas Municipality (main town: Burgas)
  3. Kameno Municipality (main town: Kameno)
  4. Karnobat Municipality (main town: Karnobat)
  5. Malko Tarnovo Municipality (main town: Malko Tarnovo)
  6. Nesebar Municipality (main town: Nesebar)
  7. Pomorie Municipality (main town: Pomorie)
  8. Primorsko Municipality (main town: Primorsko)
  9. Ruen Municipality (main village: Ruen)
  10. Sozopol Municipality (main town: Sozopol)
  11. Sredets Municipality (main town: Sredets)
  12. Sungurlare Municipality (main town: Sungurlare)
  13. Tsarevo Municipality (main town: Tsarevo)

Dobrich Province

  1. Balchik Municipality (main town: Balchik)
  2. Dobrich Municipality (main town: Dobrich)
  3. Dobrichka Municipality (administrative town: Dobrich)
  4. General Toshevo Municipality (main town: General Toshevo)
  5. Kavarna Municipality (main town: Kavarna)
  6. Krushari Municipality (main village: Krushari)
  7. Shabla Municipality (main town: Shabla)
  8. Tervel Municipality (main town: Tervel)

Gabrovo Province

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The municipalities of Gabrovo Province
  1. Dryanovo Municipality (main town: Dryanovo)
  2. Gabrovo Municipality (main town: Gabrovo)
  3. Sevlievo Municipality (main town: Sevlievo)
  4. Tryavna Municipality (main town: Tryavna)

Haskovo Province

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The municipalities of Haskovo Province
  1. Dimitrovgrad Municipality (main town: Dimitrovgrad)
  2. Harmanli Municipality (main town: Harmanli)
  3. Haskovo Municipality (main town: Haskovo)
  4. Ivaylovgrad Municipality (main town: Ivaylovgrad)
  5. Lyubimets Municipality (main town: Lyubimets)
  6. Madzharovo Municipality (main town: Madzharovo)
  7. Mineralni Bani Municipality (main village: Mineralni Bani)
  8. Simeonovgrad Municipality (main town: Simeonovgrad)
  9. Stambolovo Municipality (main village: Stambolovo)
  10. Svilengrad Municipality (main town: Svilengrad)
  11. Topolovgrad Municipality (main town: Topolovgrad)

Kardzhali Province

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The municipalities of Kardzhali Province
  1. Ardino Municipality (main town: Ardino)
  2. Chernoochene Municipality (main village: Chernoochene)
  3. Dzhebel Municipality (main town: Dzhebel)
  4. Kardzhali Municipality (main town: Kardzhali)
  5. Kirkovo Municipality (main village: Kirkovo)
  6. Krumovgrad Municipality (main town: Krumovgrad)
  7. Momchilgrad Municipality (main town: Momchilgrad)

Kyustendil Province

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The municipalities of Kyustendil Province
  1. Boboshevo Municipality (main town: Boboshevo)
  2. Bobov Dol Municipality (main town: Bobov Dol)
  3. Dupnitsa Municipality (main town: Dupnitsa)
  4. Kocherinovo Municipality (main town: Kocherinovo)
  5. Kyustendil Municipality (main town: Kyustendil)
  6. Nevestino Municipality (main village: Nevestino)
  7. Rila Municipality (main town: Rila)
  8. Sapareva Banya Municipality (main town: Sapareva Banya)
  9. Treklyano Municipality (main village: Treklyano)

Lovech Province

  1. Apriltsi Municipality (main town: Apriltsi)
  2. Letnitsa Municipality (main town: Letnitsa)
  3. Lovech Municipality (main town: Lovech)
  4. Lukovit Municipality (main town: Lukovit)
  5. Teteven Municipality (main town: Teteven)
  6. Troyan Municipality (main town: Troyan)
  7. Ugarchin Municipality (main town: Ugarchin)
  8. Yablanitsa Municipality (main town: Yablanitsa)

Montana Province

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The municipalities of Montana Province
  1. Berkovitsa Municipality (main town: Berkovitsa)
  2. Boychinovtsi Municipality (main town: Boychinovtsi)
  3. Brusartsi Municipality (main town: Brusartsi)
  4. Chiprovtsi Municipality (main town: Chiprovtsi)
  5. Georgi Damyanovo Municipality (main village: Georgi Damyanovo)
  6. Lom Municipality (main town: Lom)
  7. Medkovets Municipality (main village: Medkovets)
  8. Montana Municipality (main town: Montana)
  9. Valchedram Municipality (main town: Valchedram)
  10. Varshets Municipality (main town: Varshets)
  11. Yakimovo Municipality (main village: Yakimovo)

Pazardzhik Province

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The municipalities of Pazardzhik Province
  1. Batak Municipality (main town: Batak)
  2. Belovo Municipality (main town: Belovo)
  3. Bratsigovo Municipality (main town: Bratsigovo)
  4. Lesichovo Municipality (main village: Lesichovo)
  5. Panagyurishte Municipality (main town: Panagyurishte)
  6. Pazardzhik Municipality (main town: Pazardzhik)
  7. Peshtera Municipality (main town: Peshtera)
  8. Rakitovo Municipality (main town: Rakitovo)
  9. Sarnitsa Municipality (main town: Sarnitsa)
  10. Septemvri Municipality (main town: Septemvri)
  11. Strelcha Municipality (main town: Strelcha)
  12. Velingrad Municipality (main town: Velingrad)

Pernik Province

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The municipalities of Pernik Province
  1. Breznik Municipality (main town: Breznik)
  2. Kovachevtsi Municipality (main village: Kovachevtsi)
  3. Pernik Municipality (main town: Pernik)
  4. Radomir Municipality (main town: Radomir)
  5. Tran Municipality (main town: Tran)
  6. Zemen Municipality (main town: Zemen)

Pleven Province

  1. Belene Municipality (main town: Belene)
  2. Cherven Bryag Municipality (main town: Cherven Bryag)
  3. Dolna Mitropoliya Municipality (main town: Dolna Mitropoliya)
  4. Dolni Dabnik Municipality (main town: Dolni Dabnik)
  5. Gulyantsi Municipality (main town: Gulyantsi)
  6. Iskar Municipality (main town: Iskar)
  7. Knezha Municipality (main town: Knezha)
  8. Levski Municipality (main town: Levski)
  9. Nikopol Municipality (main town: Nikopol)
  10. Pleven Municipality (main town: Pleven)
  11. Pordim Municipality (main town: Pordim)

Plovdiv Province

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The municipalities of Plovdiv Province
  1. Asenovgrad Municipality (main town: Asenovgrad)
  2. Brezovo Municipality (main town: Brezovo)
  3. Hisarya Municipality (main town: Hisarya)
  4. Kaloyanovo Municipality (main village: Kaloyanovo)
  5. Karlovo Municipality (main town: Karlovo)
  6. Krichim Municipality (main town: Krichim)
  7. Kuklen Municipality (main town: Kuklen)
  8. Laki Municipality (main town: Laki)
  9. Maritsa Municipality (administrative city: Plovdiv)
  10. Parvomay Municipality (main town: Parvomay)
  11. Perushtitsa Municipality (main town: Perushtitsa)
  12. Plovdiv Municipality (main town: Plovdiv)
  13. Rakovski Municipality (main town: Rakovski)
  14. Rodopi Municipality (administrative town: Plovdiv)
  15. Sadovo Municipality (main town: Sadovo)
  16. Saedinenie Municipality (main town: Saedinenie)
  17. Sopot Municipality (main town: Sopot)
  18. Stamboliyski Municipality (main town: Stamboliyski)

Razgrad Province

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The municipalities of Razgrad Province
  1. Isperih Municipality (main town: Isperih)
  2. Kubrat Municipality (main town: Kubrat)
  3. Loznitsa Municipality (main town: Loznitsa)
  4. Razgrad Municipality (main town: Razgrad)
  5. Samuil Municipality (main village: Samuil)
  6. Tsar Kaloyan Municipality (main town: Tsar Kaloyan)
  7. Zavet Municipality (main town: Zavet)

Ruse Province

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The municipalities of Ruse Province
  1. Borovo Municipality (main town: Borovo)
  2. Byala Municipality (main town: Byala)
  3. Dve Mogili Municipality (main town: Dve Mogili)
  4. Ivanovo Municipality (main village: Ivanovo)
  5. Ruse Municipality (main town: Ruse)
  6. Slivo Pole Municipality (main town: Slivo Pole)
  7. Tsenovo Municipality (main village: Tsenovo)
  8. Vetovo Municipality (main town: Vetovo)

Shumen Province

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The municipalities of Shumen Province
  1. Hitrino Municipality (main village: Hitrino)
  2. Kaolinovo Municipality (main town: Kaolinovo)
  3. Kaspichan Municipality (main town: Kaspichan)
  4. Nikola Kozlevo Municipality (main village: Nikola Kozlevo)
  5. Novi Pazar Municipality (main town: Novi Pazar)
  6. Shumen Municipality (main town: Shumen)
  7. Smyadovo Municipality (main town: Smyadovo)
  8. Varbitsa Municipality (main town: Varbitsa)
  9. Veliki Preslav Municipality (main town: Veliki Preslav)
  10. Venets Municipality (main village: Venets)

Silistra Province

  1. Alfatar Municipality (main town: Alfatar)
  2. Dulovo Municipality (main town: Dulovo)
  3. Glavinitsa Municipality (main town: Glavinitsa)
  4. Kaynardzha Municipality (main village: Kaynardzha)
  5. Silistra Municipality (main town: Silistra)
  6. Sitovo Municipality (main village: Sitovo)
  7. Tutrakan Municipality (main town: Tutrakan)

Sliven Province

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The municipalities of Sliven Province
  1. Kotel Municipality (main town: Kotel)
  2. Nova Zagora Municipality (main town: Nova Zagora)
  3. Sliven Municipality (main town: Sliven)
  4. Tvarditsa Municipality (main town: Tvarditsa)

Smolyan Province

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The municipalities of Smolyan Province
  1. Banite Municipality (main village: Banite)
  2. Borino Municipality (main village: Borino)
  3. Chepelare Municipality (main town: Chepelare)
  4. Devin Municipality (main town: Devin)
  5. Dospat Municipality (main town: Dospat)
  6. Madan Municipality (main town: Madan)
  7. Nedelino Municipality (main town: Nedelino)
  8. Rudozem Municipality (main town: Rudozem)
  9. Smolyan Municipality (main town: Smolyan)
  10. Zlatograd Municipality (main town: Zlatograd)

Sofia City Province

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The municipalities of Sofia City Province
  1. Sofia Municipality (main town: Sofia)

Sofia Province

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The municipalities of Sofia Province
  1. Anton Municipality (main village: Anton)
  2. Botevgrad Municipality (main town: Botevgrad)
  3. Bozhurishte Municipality (main town: Bozhurishte)
  4. Chavdar Municipality (main village: Chavdar)
  5. Chelopech Municipality (main village: Chelopech)
  6. Dolna Banya Municipality (main town: Dolna Banya)
  7. Dragoman Municipality (main town: Dragoman)
  8. Elin Pelin Municipality (main town: Elin Pelin)
  9. Etropole Municipality (main town: Etropole)
  10. Godech Municipality (main town: Godech)
  11. Gorna Malina Municipality (main village: Gorna Malina)
  12. Ihtiman Municipality (main town: Ihtiman)
  13. Koprivshtitsa Municipality (main town: Koprivshtitsa)
  14. Kostenets Municipality (main town: Kostenets)
  15. Kostinbrod Municipality (main town: Kostinbrod)
  16. Mirkovo Municipality (main village: Mirkovo)
  17. Pirdop Municipality (main town: Pirdop)
  18. Pravets Municipality (main town: Pravets)
  19. Samokov Municipality (main town: Samokov)
  20. Slivnitsa Municipality (main town: Slivnitsa)
  21. Svoge Municipality (main town: Svoge)
  22. Zlatitsa Municipality (main town: Zlatitsa)

Stara Zagora Province

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The municipalities of Stara Zagora Province
  1. Bratya Daskalovi Municipality (main village: Bratya Daskalovi)
  2. Chirpan Municipality (main town: Chirpan)
  3. Galabovo Municipality (main town: Galabovo)
  4. Gurkovo Municipality (main town: Gurkovo)
  5. Kazanlak Municipality (main town: Kazanlak)
  6. Maglizh Municipality (main town: Maglizh)
  7. Nikolaevo Municipality (main town: Nikolaevo)
  8. Opan Municipality (main village: Opan)
  9. Pavel Banya Municipality (main town: Pavel Banya)
  10. Radnevo Municipality (main town: Radnevo)
  11. Stara Zagora Municipality (main town: Stara Zagora)

Targovishte Province

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The municipalities of Targovishte Province
  1. Antonovo Municipality (main town: Antonovo)
  2. Omurtag Municipality (main town: Omurtag)
  3. Opaka Municipality (main town: Opaka)
  4. Popovo Municipality (main town: Popovo)
  5. Targovishte Municipality (main town: Targovishte)

Varna Province

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The municipalities of Varna Province
  1. Aksakovo Municipality (main town: Aksakovo)
  2. Avren Municipality (main village: Avren)
  3. Beloslav Municipality (main town: Beloslav)
  4. Byala Municipality (main town: Byala)
  5. Dalgopol Municipality (main town: Dalgopol)
  6. Devnya Municipality (main town: Devnya)
  7. Dolni Chiflik Municipality (main town: Dolni Chiflik)
  8. Provadiya Municipality (main town: Provadiya)
  9. Suvorovo Municipality (main town: Suvorovo)
  10. Valchi Dol Municipality (main town: Valchi Dol)
  11. Varna Municipality (main town: Varna)
  12. Vetrino Municipality (main village: Vetrino)

Veliko Tarnovo Province

  1. Elena Municipality (main town: Elena)
  2. Gorna Oryahovitsa Municipality (main town: Gorna Oryahovitsa)
  3. Lyaskovets Municipality (main town: Lyaskovets)
  4. Pavlikeni Municipality (main town: Pavlikeni)
  5. Polski Trambesh Municipality (main town: Polski Trambesh)
  6. Strazhitsa Municipality (main town: Strazhitsa)
  7. Suhindol Municipality (main town: Suhindol)
  8. Svishtov Municipality (main town: Svishtov)
  9. Veliko Tarnovo Municipality (main town: Veliko Tarnovo)
  10. Zlataritsa Municipality (main town: Zlataritsa)

Vidin Province

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The municipalities of Vidin Province
  1. Belogradchik Municipality (main town: Belogradchik)
  2. Boynitsa Municipality (main village: Boynitsa)
  3. Bregovo Municipality (main town: Bregovo)
  4. Chuprene Municipality (main village: Chuprene)
  5. Dimovo Municipality (main town: Dimovo)
  6. Gramada Municipality (main town: Gramada)
  7. Kula Municipality (main town: Kula)
  8. Makresh Municipality (main village: Makresh)
  9. Novo Selo Municipality (main village: Novo Selo)
  10. Ruzhintsi Municipality (main village: Ruzhintsi)
  11. Vidin Municipality (main town: Vidin)

Vratsa Province

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The municipalities of Vratsa Province
  1. Borovan Municipality (main village: Borovan)
  2. Byala Slatina Municipality (main town: Byala Slatina)
  3. Hayredin Municipality (main village: Hayredin)
  4. Kozloduy Municipality (main town: Kozloduy)
  5. Krivodol Municipality (main town: Krivodol)
  6. Mezdra Municipality (main town: Mezdra)
  7. Miziya Municipality (main town: Miziya)
  8. Oryahovo Municipality (main town: Oryahovo)
  9. Roman Municipality (main town: Roman)
  10. Vratsa Municipality (main town: Vratsa)

Yambol Province

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The municipalities of Yambol Province
  1. Bolyarovo Municipality (main town: Bolyarovo)
  2. Elhovo Municipality (main town: Elhovo)
  3. Straldzha Municipality (main town: Straldzha)
  4. Tundzha Municipality (administrative town: Tundzha)
  5. Yambol Municipality (main town: Yambol)

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