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Razlog is situated on the plain of the same name, surrounded on three sides by the RilaPirin and Rhodope mountains. It is nestled between two small hills - Golak, on the north, and Sarovitsa to the south. The Mesta River flows by the town.

The first settlers in these parts were the Thracian tribes Satrae and Dii; later came Celts and Slavs, who gave the town its name - separator between two mountains. In 847, during the time of Khan Presian, Razlog was annexed to the Bulgarian state, and in 1382 was captured by the Ottoman Turks. Under the Treaty of Berlin it remained under Ottoman rule even after the Liberation of Bulgaria in 1878. Years
passed in the population's battle for national and church freedom. The town was one of the centres of the tumultuous events during the time of the Kresna-Razlog Uprising (1878) and the Ilinden-Preobrazhenie (St. Elijah's Day-Transfiguration) Uprising (1903) in the Pirin region. It was known as Mehomia until 1925.

• The distinct Razlog-Chepitsi National-Revival houses.
• Typical town houses from the 1930s. The Historical museum is situated in one of them, Parapunova.
• The Ethnographic Museum Complex. Kipreva House, which presents the old crafts, costumes, and fabrics of the region.
• The old St. George's Church (1834) with precious murals and a paneled iconostasis decorated partially with woodcarvings.
• The newer Holy Annunciation's Church (1939).
• The watermill for processing woolen cloth on the Yazo River 10 minutes' travel from the centre - a true attraction which is still much used in modern times.
• The Iztoka protected area which encompasses the karst springs of the Iztok and the Yazo just outside Razlog.
• The Spropadnaloto and Bear's Hole caves near the karst springs.
• The Krushe protected area - the sole source of a rare plant, archangel's laserpicium - including the remains of medieval churches (Pisanata and Byalata - Bulgarian words for Colorful and White) and the karst springs of Babina Voda (Grandma's water) and Varbovets.
• The Kaliata locale with remains of a fortress from late antiquity.
• Betalovoto locale.
• The Stolovatets locale with the remains of a Thracian sanctuary.
• The Katarino locale with warm mineral springs and the remains of St. Catherine's Church from the late Middle Ages.
• St. Theodor Tiron and St. Theodor Stratilat's Church in the village of Dobursko - with extremely precious murals from 1614 and an iconostasis from the 17th century.

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