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Krumovo (Bulgarian: Крумово) is a village in the Plovdiv Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 3,378 inhabitants. The village is located at 2 km to the south of the Maritsa river and at 12 km to the south-east of Plovdiv. The Plovdiv International Airport is located in the vicinity of the village. It is also famous for its grapes sort Krumovski mavrud. Every 2 years the BIAF Airshow is held on the Krumovo Airbase, resulting in heavy parking problems in the village.