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Pazardzhik was founded by Tatars from what is today Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi in 1485 on the left bank of the river Maritsa, near the market of the region, an important crossroad at the middle of this productive region, and named Tatar Pazardzhik
meaning "small Tatar market". Thanks to this favourable location, the
settlement quickly developed. While it was very small at the beginning
of the 19th century, it became the administrative centre for the region
at the end of the century and remained so until the dissolution of Ottoman Empire.
The old clock tower is one of the landmarks of Pazardzhik.
During the following centuries the town continued to grow and
strengthened its position. Trade in iron, leather and rice prospered.
The town impressed visitors with its beautiful houses and clean streets.
In 1718 Gerard Kornelius Drish visited Pazardzhik and wrote "the
buildings here according to construction, size and beauty stand higher
than those of Niš, Sofia and all other places".
During the Ottoman period Pazardchik had 18 mosques but only Kurshumlu Mosque, build in 1667 survived till today.
The Russians under Count Nikolay Kamensky took the city after a brief siege in 1810,during the Russo-Turkish War.
By the mid-19th century Pazardzhik was a big, important centre of
crafts and trade, with a population of about 25,000 people. It hosted
two big annual fairs, and a big market Tuesdays and Wednesdays. There
was a post office with a telegraph.
Kurshumlu Mosque from 1667 is one of the oldest mosques in Europe. It is one of the highlights of Pazardzhik.
The Church of the Theotokos preserves the most impressive icons in Bulgaria by master artists of the Debar School, wood-carvings of New and Old Testament scenes, and icons by Stanislav Dospevski. Among the town's landmarks are also the clock tower, the ethnographic and history museums.
As with most Bulgarian cities, Pazardzhik has developed a significant pedestrian center, in which several central squares typify the European coffee house society and pedestrian culture. In Bulgaria the café culture is particularly prominent, with many downtown squares easily providing up to a half dozen cafés, with ample outside seating.
Pazardzhik has a level of pedestrian streets (or network of carfree areas)
even above the relatively high Bulgarian standard. There are several
longer pedestrian streets, and at one point there is even an
intersection where five different pedestrian streets converge. A few of
these do not continue for very long, but most do, or are connected to
the rest of the pedestrian areas of the city, and thus could be said to
form the pedestrian network of the city.
During the warmer seasons, most afternoons of the week and
especially weekends find a large number of people strolling about or
sitting in cafés.
We did take care of providing you the widest possible choice of types and brands of car rental at Pazardzhik that meet the requirements of our individual customers. Our rich fleet has got the following:
Small urban cars
Larger family-friendly cars
Larger-sized cars such as buses and vans
Luxury, impressive rental cars of a higher class
Trucks with different capacity.
Do share your needs and we
will advise you and recommend the best rental car for you. We are here
to help you get the right vehicle you need, compliant with the number of
passengers, luggage, number of children and/or pets, as well as your
health, if your state requires particular accommodation in the passenger
We will be happy to welcome you as customers and send you as friends!