|• Mayor||Valentin Chilikov|
|Elevation||128 m (420 ft)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Strumyani (Bulgarian: Струмяни, pronounced [struˈmʲani]; also transliterated Strumjani or Strumiani) is a village in southwestern Bulgaria, part of Blagoevgrad Province. It is the administrative centre of Strumyani Municipality, which lies in the southwestern part of Blagoevgrad Province.
Strumyani was founded as a railway station on the Sofia-Kulata line named Gara Ograzhden ("Ograzhden Station"). In 1970, it was merged with the village of Mikrevo to form Strumyani, but the two villages were later separated; however, Strumyani kept its present name. The name means "people of the Struma", as the river runs nearby.
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