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Coordinates: 43°57′N 26°12′E / 43.95°N 26.2°E / 43.95; 26.2

Slivo Pole
Сливо поле
Slivo Pole is located in Bulgaria
Slivo Pole
Location of Slivo Pole
Coordinates: 43°57′N 26°12′E / 43.95°N 26.2°E / 43.95; 26.2
Country  Bulgaria
 - Mayor Georgi Golemanski
Elevation 23 m (75 ft)
Population (2008)[1]
 - Total 3,436
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 - Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal Code 7060
Area code(s) 08131

Slivo Pole (Bulgarian: Сливо поле, pronounced [ˈslivu puˈlɛ]) is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Rousse Province. It is the administrative centre of Slivo Pole municipality, which lies in the northeastern part of Rousse Province. The town is located five kilometres from the Danube, along the main road from Rousse to Silistra.

Slivo Pole was proclaimed a town on 29 November 2002. Tatars had settled in the area following the Crimean War (1853–1856), as well as Bulgarians from Rousse and from Romania after 1863. The village was known as Islepol and Slepovo and was officially named Slivo Pole ("plum field") in 1912, as it was called so by the travellers who would stay in the local inn which had a big plum orchard.


Slivo Pole municipality covers an area of 276 square kilometres and includes the following 10 places:

  • Babovo
  • Borisovo
  • Brashlen
  • Golyamo Vranovo
  • Kosharna
  • Malko Vranovo
  • Ryahovo
  • Slivo Pole
  • Stambolovo
  • Yudelnik

The municipality has a relative Bulgarian majority at 44%, with Turks ranking second at 32% and the remainder being composed of Roma (18%) and Bulgarian Muslims (6%).

A notable sight in the area (partially in Slivo Pole municipality, mostly in Tutrakan municipality, Silistra Province) is the Kalimok-Brashlen protected area which includes several Danubian islands (Mishka, Malak Brashlen, Golyam Brashlen, Pyasachnik, Bezimenen, Kalimok, Radetski and Tutrakan) and is an internationally important bird area with many endangered species.

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