Malo Konare

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Malo Konare
Мало Конаре
Village
Coordinates: 42°12′00″N 24°25′59″E / 42.200°N 24.433°E / 42.200; 24.433Coordinates: 42°12′00″N 24°25′59″E / 42.200°N 24.433°E / 42.200; 24.433
Malo Konare
Malo Konare
Malo Konare (Bulgaria)

Malo Konare (Bulgarian: Мало Конаре is a village in Pazardzhik Municipality, Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 4,677 inhabitants, which places it among the largest villages in Thrace.

It is located at altitude of 205 metres above the sea level, at 8 km to the east of Pazardzhik in a fertile plain. Agriculture is the main occupation for the population. The main products are cereals, rice, vegetables (tomatoes, peppers, watermelons, potatoes, cabbages, beans), orchards, grapes. Livestck breeding is also well-developed, including mainly cattle, pigs, poultry. The village has a kindergarten, school, chitalishte and library with more than 14,000 books. There is a church "Sv. Atanasii" built in 1802. At 2 km to the east are located the ruins of an ancient Thracian town.