Dragoman lies on the main road that connects the capital city of Sofia with the Kalotina border check point at the Bulgarian-Serbian border. Dragoman has existed as a town since 1969. It has a customs and a railway station, and represents an important border checkpoint. Dragoman has inherited a Roman transport hub, called Meldia. The name of Dragoman is met in historical documents dating to the 16th century.

Until recently, the Dragoman Karst Moor that lied nearby the town attracted thousands of migrating wild birds. The moor was drained and dried some 30 years ago, however, which reduced significantly the number of birds nesting there.

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