The town of Radomir, in Bulgarian ( Радомир), was first mentioned in a 15th-century source as Uradmur. Its population is about 14900 inhabitants. Radomir is a medieval town built over a prehistoric, ancient settlement and a necropolis. The first municipality church school was opened in 1826 in the village of Radibosh. In the town of Radomir educational work has dated since 1868.
Today Radomir is a modern city with its own identity, economic infrastructure, natural attractions and cultural institutions. It is an industrial town with developed heavy engineering and chemical industries. There are 13 schools, 3 kindergartens, 25 community centers, a youth center and three museum exhibitions on the territory of Radomir municipality. Two holidays are of great importance for the citizens of Radomir: Dimitar’s Day (the day of Radomir) which is celebrated on 26 October each year and Christmas Eve.