It lies in the Danubian Plain, to the north-northeast of Pleven. As of December 2009, it has a population of 4,422 inhabitants and the mayor is Asen Bachev. The town is located at , 114 metres above sea level.
Slavyanovo's old name is Turski Trastenik (Турски Тръстеник) and it existed in the 18th century. It was officially declared a town in 1974. Slavyanovo is a partner of German town Kaiserslautern. The population is mainly Eastern Orthodox and there is a church, but at least in the 1930s there was also a small Protestant community. Most residents are Bulgarians, though the town has a growing Roma population, also presently living descendants of Crimean Tatars.
- (in English) Bulgarian National Statistical Institute - towns in 2009
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