Infobox Settlement

Area= 333 square km
latd=41|latm=|lats=|latNS=N|º 31' 18"
longd=23|longm=|longs=|longEW=E|º 52' 8"
leader_name= Georgi Shopov

Hadzhidimovo (Bulgarian:Хаджидимово) is a municipality in Blagoevgrad Province in Bulgaria.

It is located in the southernmost part of Bulgaria, bordering on Greece in the Chech region.


The municipality lies in the Mesta River valley, surrounded by the heights of Rila, Pirin, Slavyanka, Shilka, Bozdag, and the Western Rhodopes Mountains.


The municipality has a Mediterranean climate. Temperatures rarely fall below 0º in winter, and the summers are hot.Ablanica Balgariq:Ablanica Blagoevgrad:Province


The municipality includes one town, Hadjidimovo, and 14 villages.


The municipality is crossed by the II-19 highway from Gotse Delchev, Koprivlen, and Sadovo to the Greek border at Ilinden.


* [http://en.journey.bg/bulgaria/bulgaria.php?city=1784&searchsub=1 Description of Hadzhidimovo on en.journey.bg]
* [http://www.guide-bulgaria.com/SW/Blagoevgrad/Hadjidimovo Description on www.guide-bulgaria.com]

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