Haskovo (Bulgarian: Хасково, Turkish: Hasköy) is a city and the administrative centre of the Haskovo Province in southern Bulgaria, not far from the borders with Greece and Turkey. According to Operative Program Regional Development of Bulgaria, the urban area of Haskovo is the seventh largest in Bulgaria and has a population of 184,731 inhabitants.
The Monument to the Fallen of the Serbo-Bul-garian War of 1885 is the only one reflecting the active participation of 8th Coastal Infantry Regiment of Varna in that war. In the summer of 1885, the Regiment took part in the victorious battles at Slivnitsa, Dragoman, Tsaribrod and Pirot.
Monument of Hristo Botev and his detachment at Kozloduy Monument of Hristo Botev and his detachment at Kozloduy now has over 130-year history. The first Cross volunteer from acacia tree 3.5-4 m high was laid on 30.5.1878 more years of Mladen Pavlov – a Kozloduy teacher and local population.
Monument of the Holy Mother of God in Haskovo with the highest statue of the Virgin Mary in the world. The Monument of the Holy Mother of God (Bulgarian: Монумент „Света Богородица“, Monument „Sveta Bogoroditsa“) is a monument in Haskovo, a city in southeastern Bulgaria.
The Clock Tower of Haskovo was built in the early 19th century as a symbol of the town and the economic upswing. Somehow, in 1913 the City Council adopted a resolution to destroy it ... On September 8, 2012 the Mayor of Haskovo Municipality Georgi Ivanov turned the first sod for the restoration of the old clock tower.
The dolmen in the vicinity of the village of Hlyabovo is the most impressive throughout Bulgaria. According to the most ancient materials used in building the dolman, and further discovered during the archeological research on the dolman, it dates back to the Early Iron Age (approximately 1050 to 500 BC).