The Kirkovo Municipality is situated on 594 sq. km of broken hilly ground in the Eastern Rhodope Mountains. It borders the Kroumovgrad Municipality in the east, the Zlatograd Municipality in the west, and the municipalities of Dzhebel and Momchilgrad in the north. The Makaza Pass crosses its south border with Greece.
There are various cultural and historical monuments of all times starting with the Thracian era on the municipality's territory:
Unfortunately, only the foundations of the fortresses are preserved, and the rock tombs were plundered. The medieval monuments are in a similar state.
There are preserved old churches in the villages of Preseka, Gorski Izvor and Dzherovo and preserved fortresses in Chakalarovo, Kremen and Dzherovo.
There are fully preserved and still functioning stone bridges of a much later period, the work of local masters. They are in Kirkovo, Lozengradtsi, Dolno Kapinovo, Drangovo, Tihomir, Kremen and Gorski Izvor. There are also Roman bridges. The best preserved of them are in Drangovo, Shoumnatitsa, Gorski Izvor, Lozengradtsi and Tihomir.
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