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                            Bulgarians in Turkey

                                           Eastern Thrace

                                          Tekirdag Province
                                                                     708,000 inhabitants
Tekirdag (Tekirdag, Rhodes) -107 000 inhabitants  Turks,Bulgarians Muslims,others.In 1960  the city was with 1632 citizens with the mother tongue "Pomak".
Karadzhakalavuz (Karacakilavuz)-populated with 3300 inhabitants mainly Muslim Bulgarians, descendants of refugees from Sevlievo, villages  Krushevo and Sennik from 1885
Hayrebolu district-37 422 inhabitants
Hayrabolu (Hayrabolu) -19 100 inhabitants Turks,Bulgarian-Muslims (Mohammedans) -1700,and others.
Sholgamla village (Salgamli)-populated by Bulgarian Muslims-2000.They are imigrants from a villages of Brest, Koynare, Kumarevo, Popitsa, Chokmanovo-Pleven region of Bulgaria.Setled in the village after the Russian-Turkish War, 1877-1878 г.
Cherkezmyuselim village (Cerkezmusellim)-populated by Bulgarian Muslims, imigrants from Northern Bulgaria from 1877 and 1893
village of Buyuk Danashment (Buyuk Danisment) -1500 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Kabahoyuk or Popkyoy (Kabahoyuk)-populated by 614 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Malkara district-56 484 inhabitants
Malkara (Malgara, Malkara) -27 400 inhabitants Turks, Bulgarian Muslims, Armenians
Chinaralta (Cinaralti, Prafchas) -1052 inhabitants.Populated with Bulgarian-Muslims , refugees from northern Bulgaria- Pleven, Lovech, Bjala Slatina distrct from 1877-1878
Balabankuru or Balabandzhik (Balabancik) -1667 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Develi (Develi)-populated by 184 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Develi-Enidje (Yenice)-populated by 200 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Kerman (Kermeyan) - village with 382 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Kyuchyukhadar (Kucukhadir)-populated by 236 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims and Turks
Hereke (Hereke)-populated by 405 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Chaushkyoy, Dzhavuskyoy (Cavuskoy)-populated by 700 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Yaylakyoy (Yaylakoy)-populated by 300 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims.
Yaylagyone (Elyagyunyu, Yaylagone) -1186 inhabitants Turks and Bulgarian Muslims.
Batkan village (Batkin)-populated by 270 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Pirincheshme village (Pirincesme)-populated by 314 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Panardzha (Pinarca, Enikyoi) -1600 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims (refugees from Gabrovo and Sevlievo-1878), Bulgarian Turks-25%,Albanians.It is situated in Cherkeskyoy municipality. In the village are preserved Bulgarian traditions such as Christmas and martenici.

                                                           Edirne Province
                                                              388,222 inhabitants
District of Edirne
city of Edirne (Edirne, Edirne) -128 400 inhabitants Turks, Bulgarian-Muslims-12 000 Bosnians,others.
In 1960 the town had 10,324 inhabitants whit mother tongue Pomak.
Orhanie (Orhanie)-populated by  between 489 and 580 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims and Turks.It is situated in Karakasam  municipality.
Yenikadan (Yenikadin)-populated by 550 Bulgarian Muslims.
District Havsa-21 186 inhabitants
Havsa (Havsa) -8664 inhabitants Turks and Bulgarian-Muslims 
Azatla (Azatli)-populated by between 952 ,1337,1700 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims and Turks.
Sherbetar (Serbettar)-populated by between 991 and 1222 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims and Turks from Bulgaria and Romania.Bulgarians are imigrants from Edesa region-Greece 1924
Naipyusuf (Naipyusuf)-populated by between 605 and 745 Bulgarian-Muslims living in 225 houses.Imigrants from the  Lovech Village of Izvor 1893.
Enez district
Enez town (Enos, Enez) -3808 inhabitants Turks, Bulgarian-Muslims , Greeks.
Sultanidzhe village (Sultanice)-populated by Bulgarian-Muslims, between 1031 and 1201.Imigrants from Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-78 
Kodzhaali (Cocaali)-populated by 285 inhabitants Albanians, Bulgarians-Muslims, Turks
Keshan district-76,606 people
Keshan (Kesan) -53 390 inhabitants, Turks,Bulgarian Muslims,others
Orhanie village (Orhanie, Todoric)-populated by between 421 and 508 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims and Bulgarian Turks.
Akadzha village (Akhoca)-populated by Bulgarian-Muslims-494
Kurtkyoy village, populated by Bulgarian-Muslims
Suludzha (Suluca)-populated by Bulgarian-Muslims-445.It is situated in the municipality of Medzhidie.
Gyokchetepe (Gokcetepe, Mavros) -492 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Chamlidzha (Camlica, Grabuna) -1267 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims.
Begendak (Begendik)-populated by 2215 residents Bulgarian-Muslims
Buyukdogandzha (Buyukdoganca)-village with 449 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims.Imigrants from  Drama region, Greece 1923
Cheltak (Celtik)-populated by 343 inhabitants Turks and Bulgarian Muslims.Pomaks are imigrants from the area of Drama, Greece 1924
Chobancheshmesi (Cobancesmesi) -418 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims immigrants from Edesa region, Greece.
Karadzhaali (Karacaali) -441 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims imigrants from Drama region- Greece and Bulgarian Turks.
Karahisar (Karahisar) -374 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims
Kazkapan (Kizkapan) -333  inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims,imigrants from Drama region- Greece 1924,and turks.Former Bulgarian Christian village.
Kyuchyukdogandzha (Kucukdoganca)-populated by 407 inhabitants Turks from Bulgaria and Romania, the Bulgarian-Muslims of Drama, Greece since 1924, Albanians.
Parnar (Pirnar) -426 inhabitants Bulgarians Muslim,immigrants from Drama region, Greece from 1924 .Bulgarian language used in everyday life of the population.
Yeshilkoy (Yesilkoy) -139 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims from Greece and Turks.
Uzunkyopryu district-73,486 people
Uzunkyopryu (Uzunkopru) -39 123 residents Turks, Bulgarians -Muslims,others
Beykyoy village (Beykonagi)-populated by 169 Bulgarian-Muslims.It is situated in Chopkyoy municipality.
village Hasanbunar-(Hasanpinar)-populated by between 615 and 3,500 Bulgarian Muslims.It is situated in the municipality Hamidie.Imigrants from Pleven region of Bulgaria and Edessa region-Greece.In the cities of Chorlu and Cherkezkyoy  there are many inhabitants of the village.
Sultansah village (Sultansah)-populated by 332 Bulgarian-Muslim.It is situated in the municipality Chopkyoy.It is founded by imigrants after the Russian-Turkish War, 1878
Telishman village, populated by Bulgarian-Muslims
Turnadzhik village (Turnaci)-l-with 294 Bulgarian-Muslims.It is situated in the municipality Chopkyoy.
Kurtbey village (Kurtbey)-populated by Bulgarian Muslims-It is situated in the municipality Hamidie
Sazlamalkoch village (Sazlimalcoc)-populated by 453 Bulgarian-Muslims.It is situated in Kardzhaselih municipality.Imigrants from Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War.
Kadakyoy  (Kadikoy, Kadigebran)-populated by between 255 and 353 Bulgarian Muslims and turks.In the winter population up to 1000.It is situated in the municipality Hamidie.Imigrants from  Rhodopes.
Yagmurdzha (Yagmurca, Kestambol))-populated by between 908 and 1160 Bulgarian Muslims.Refugees from  Lovech region, Bulgaria since 1887. Located in the municipality Chopkyoy.
Bashgyol (Basagil, Kucukmandira)-populated by between 431 and 568 Bulgarian Muslims.It is situated in the municipality  Chopkyoy.Setled with imigrants from Bjala Slatina region and Svilengrad, Bulgaria,Edessa region.
Elmala (Elmali)-populated by 824 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, Turks, Roma.
Muhadzhirkada (Muhacirkadi)-populated by between 362 and 484 inhabitants,Bulgarian Muslims and turks.It is situated in municipality Chopkyoy.
Sipahi (Sipahi)-populated by between 342 and 472 Bulgarian-Muslims.It is situated in the municipality Chopkyoy.
Chopkyoy (Copkoy)-populated by Bulgarian-Muslims.Centre of the the municipality.
Chalakyoy (Calikoy)-between 335 and 500 inhabitants, populated by Bulgarian Muslims ,Bulgarian Turks,others.Imigrants from Edessa region, Greece, Razgrad region-Bulgaria and former Yugoslavia.
Syuleymanie (Suleymaniye)-populated by 936 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims from Bulgaria.
Karabyurchek (Karaburcek)-populated by 618 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, Turks- Yurouks and Gagials. 
Karapanar (Karapinar)-village of 649 inhabitants Bulgarians-Muslim and Turks.
District Merich
Subashi (Subasi)-populated by 2108 Bulgarian-Muslims . Located in the municipality Kyuplyu.
Kavakli (Kavakli)-populated by between 472 and 560 Bulgarian Muslim from 1923 to 1924.Imigrants from Greece, Drama -region, villages Pulevo and Kalchevo.
Adasarhanla (Adasarhanli)-populated by 1174 Bulgarian-Muslims
Kyuplyu (Kuplu, Koplo)-between 2900 and 3272 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslim and Turks-Gagials.The Pomaks are immigrants from Edessa region of Greece 1924 and today speak a good level of your language.Centre of Kyuplyu municipality.
Karahamza (Karahamza)-populated by between 119 and 173 Bulgarian Muslims.Imigrants from regions of Drama and Kavala, Greece -1924 .Everybody speak Pomak-Bulgarian language .Many of the villagers now live in Istanbul.
Hasardzhiarnavut (Hasirciarnavut)-populated by 596 inhabitants of the Bulgarian-Muslims Drama villages Rashovo and Bidzhevo-Greece.Setlled-1926
Serem (Serem)-populated by between 359 and 530 of the Bulgarian-Muslims from Meglen region, Greece, settled in 1923
Karayusuflu (Karayusuflu) -428 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, settled from Greece.
District Ipsala
Esetzhe (Esetce)-populated with 2160 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims (Pomaks). Descendents of refugees from Pleven, Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish war.Almost all speak Bulgarian, called by themselves Pomak.
Alicho Pehlivankyoy (Alico Pehlivan)-between 1912 and 2394 inhabitants.It is inhabited by Bulgarian Muslims.Priselnitsi of Pleven and Loukovit region-Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War.
Kodzhahadar (Kocahadir)-populated with 1125 inhabitants, Bulgarian Muslim, Bulgarian and Romanian turks.
Yeni Karpuzlu (Yeni Karpuzlu)-populated by between 3,229 and 3,540 inhabitants, mainly Bulgarian Muslims.It is settled with refugees from Bulgaria and Greece.
Sarpdere (Sarpdere)-populated by between 534 and 628 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims and Bulgarian  turks.Imigrants from Lovech,Pleven,Stara Zagora,Shumen region of Bulgaria,regions of Thessaloniki and Ksanti-Greece and Vardar Macedonia. 
Sultan (Sultan)-populated with 1,578 Bulgarian Muslims and Bulgarian Turks.In1924 in the village settled imigrants from Thessaloniki, Drama and Western Thrace region, Greece, in 1934 by Bulgaria and Romania. It is situated in municipality Ibraktepe.
Ibraktepe (Ibriktepe)-populated by between 1987 and 2074 inhabitants mainly Bulgarian Muslims.Imigrants from Thessaloniki, Drama region and Hamidie village,Greece.Centre of the municipality.
Hadzhikyoy (Hacikoy, Haci)-populated by between 1553 and 1699 inhabitants  Bulgarian-Muslims and turks.The residents of the village are imigrants from Thessaloniki-Greece-1924, Bulgaria and Romania-1935, 1950.It is situated in the municipality Ibraktepe .
Koyunyeri (Koyunyeri)-populated by 1858 residents  Bulgarian-Muslims,immigrants from  Loukovit and Lovech region, Bulgaria.
-The number of Bulgarian Muslims in Eastern Thrace is between 120,000 and 300,000
                                               
                                           

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