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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.