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Sbor (Bulgarian: Сбор) is a small village Pazardzhik Municipality, Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2006[update] it has 298 inhabitants. The village is situated at 300 m altitude, at 1 km to the east of the main road Pazardzhik-Panagyurishte.
The main agricultural crops raised by the locals are cereals, peanuts, cherries, apples, grapes. The most widespread domestic animals include sheep, poultry and pheasants. The village has a kindergarten and chitalishte. The main landmark is the 19th-century church "Sv. Ioan Predtecha" (1881). The village is mentioned in an Ottoman document from 1576.
A treasure trove which consists of 503 silver Roman coins was found in the vicinity of the village.