- for 23 138-Muslims Bulgarian is mother tongue, but for 34234 is the second.
By 2007, according to unofficial data
-between 270 000 and 600 000 Bulgarian-Muslims
-5000 Bulgarian Christians
-30,000 -40,000 Caucasian Bulgarians- karachaevs and balkars
-20,000 -26,000 "Tatars" from the Volga-Bulgarian origin.
city of Kirklareli (Karklareli, Kirklareli) -79 000 Turks, Bulgarian Muslims and Christians,Kurds.In 1935 Bulgarian-Muslims were more than half from the 21,000 population grada.In1960 3375 residents of the city declared for mother-tongue "Pomak"
Inedzhe (Inece) -2289 inhabitants Turks and turkishspeakings Bulgarian-Muslims.Centre of the municipality.
Panarhisar (Bunarhisar, Pinarhisar) -10 913 inhabitants Turks, Bulgarian Muslims and Christians.
Islyambeyli (Islambeyli, Urumbegliy), between 298 and 391 Bulgarian Muslim. The inhabitants are refugees from of region of Arda river)Former Bulgarian Christian village.
Kurudere (Kurudere) -458-605 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims.Refugees from Bulgaria-1913, probably from Rhodopes.Former Bulgarian Christian village.
Poyrali (Poyrali)-between 440 and 490 inhabitants, Bulgarian Muslims and Turks living in 189 kashti.The population of the village are mostly descendants of refugees from Ugarchin and Lovech region of Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War 1877-1878.
Yenidzhe (Inece) -1031-1435-2046 inhabitants Turks, Bosnians and Bulgarian Muslims.The inhabitans of the village are mostly refugees from Greece (Drama, Kukush, Dojran)
Tuzaklii village (Tozakli)-between 811 and 1031 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims and Turks.
5000 inhabitants Pehlivankyoy (Pehlivankoy) -2063 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, imigrants from the Rhodopes.
Kushtepe (Kustepe)-Bulgarian Muslims.The village has between 448 and 584 inhabitants,which are descendants of refugees from Lovech in1878 .Today Turkish language is dominant in the village,but Lovech Bulgarian dialect is not forgotten.
Dogandzha (Doganca) -493 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, imigrants from Bulgaria in 1898, and Bulgarian Turks.
-Bulgaria-Muslim majority population of about-62% in District Pehlivankyoy.
Kovchaz-751 people- Bulgarian Muslims and Bulgarian Turks.
City of Lyuleburgaz (Lule Burgaz) -96 000 inhabitants Turks,Bulgaran Muslims,others.
Kirkyoy (Kirikoy, Kirkkoy) -619-2030 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, immigrants from Bulgaria and Bulgarian Turks.
Dzejlankioy(Ceylankoy)-between 530- 690 inhabitants.The people of the village are descendants of refugees from Plovdiv region after the Russo-Turkish war.In the village to the Balkan wars were living and Bulgarians-Christians.
Ertugrul (Ertugrul, Kazankoy)-between 485.683 and 735 inhabitants.The local people are mainly descendants of refugees from Bulgaria after the Russo-Turkish War (Muslim Bulgarians and Turks). In the village are living and Albanians.
Chengeli (Cengerli, Cengelli)) -281-393 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslim.It is situated in the municipality of Buyukkarishtiran.
Karamusul (Karamusul) -779 inhabitants Muslim Bulgarians and Bulgarian Turks
Demirkyoy (Small Samokov Samakovo, Demirkoy)-between 3719, 3992 and 4850 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims and Bulgarian Turks.Bulgarian Muslims are descendants of refugees from the Rhodope region of Chech (villages Manastir, Pochan, Boren, Tisovo).
Armutveren (Armutveren, Paspalovo) -116-224 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, descendants of refugees from Bulgaria, village of Mihalkovo (Devin) and Greece from 1922-23 .Former Bulgarians Christian village.
Armagan (Armagan) -574 people-Muslim Bulgarians and Bosnians . It is situated in municipality Derekyoy.
Sarpdere (Sarpdere)-populated by between 87 and 237 people-Bulgarian Muslims and Albanians.
Boztash (Boztas)-between 317,416,500 and 550 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims.Descendants of imigrants from Bulgaria in 1930.
Indzhesart (Incesirt) -28-70 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims.Descendants of refugees from Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War of 1887, and imigrants from Drama, Greece, 1926.The village has a big colony in Istanbul.
Derekyoy (Derekoy) -641 people-Bulgarians Muslims and Bosnians.Centre of the municipality.
Sislioba (Sislioba, Pilaca) -203-220 Bulgarian Muslims.Former Bulgarian Christian village.
Mandra village or Buyukmandara (Buyukmandira, Mandira) -3826 inhabitants Bulgarians Muslims.It is situated in the municipality Alpulu.
Katrandzha village (Katranca)-populated by between 909 and 1421 Bulgarian-Muslims
Ertugral (Ertugral, Kozpinar, Kocpinari, Kozbunar) -420 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslims, descendants of refugees from Lovech-village of Izvor in 1890
Alpulu (Alpullu)-between 2810, 2976 and 3300 inhabitants, Turks and Bulgarian Muslims
Kyomyurkyoy (Komurkoy, Peneka) -619-900 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, refugees from Greece, Drama and area of Petrich.Former Bulgarian Christian village.
Chakala (Cakilli) -2493-2597 inhabitants, descendants of refugees from Bulgaria after the Russian-Turkish War, Bulgarian Muslims 50%, Turks 50%.
Kazalagach (Kazilagac, Yatros), between 657 and 885 inhabitants Bulgarian-Muslims, imigrants from Pleven, Northern Bulgaria in 1878 or 1893 .Former Bulgarian village.
Dogandzha (Doganca)-between 521,612,655 and 758 inhabitant Bulgarian Muslims and turks.Everybody are imigrants from Bulgaria in the years 1896,1935,1941,1951 and 1978.
Evrendzhik (Evrencik)-between 1205 and 918.1128 inhabitants Bulgarian Muslim, Turks and Albanian.More of the people are descendants of imigrants from Greece since 1924 by Drama (Ilidza Hadarkyoy, Halikyoy) .Around 40% of the population speaks "Pomaks".