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Dragoman, Bulgaria

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Dragoman (Bulgarian: Драгоман) is the seat of Dragoman Municipality in the Sofia Province, western Bulgaria. The town is located very close to the border with Serbia. As of 2011 the population is 5,362.[1]

Contents

  • Info 1
  • Economy 2
  • Political situation 3
  • Honour 4
  • References 5

Info

The average temperature in January is −7 °C (19.4 °F), in July - 16 °C (60.8 °F).

Economy

There are the following companies in the town of Dragoman:

KONTAKTNI ELEMENTI JSC [2] (Bulgarian: «КОНТАКТНИ ЕЛЕМЕНТИ» АД) is a company producing bimetallic electrical contact rivets and silver solders, tin-lead solders - 40, 50, 60, zinc and tin anodes. The company was founded in 1980.

Political situation

Mayor of the Dragoman Municipality is Andrey Ivanov, on the results of elections from November 8, 2011. Political party – GERB (Bulgarian: ГЕРБ, derived from Граждани за европейско развитие на България/Grazhdani za evropeysko razvitie na Balgariya, "Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria"), is a Bulgarian centre-right political party.

Honour

Dragoman Glacier on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands is named after Dragoman.

References

  1. ^ "Население местоживеене, пол и възраст: Област: Софийска Община: Драгоман".  
  2. ^ "Official web-site of KONTAKTNI ELEMENTI JSC". 


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