Marino pole is a village in southwestern Bulgaria. It is located in Petrich Municipality, Blagoevgrad region.
There is a village with the same name - in Karlovo Municipality, Plovdiv region.
The village is located 13 km southwest from the municipal center town of Petrich, 80 km south from the town of Blagoevgrad, 183 south from the city of Sofia and about 3 km northwest from the border with Greece next to Kulata village.
European road E79 passes west from the village, and through the village passes railway line Sofia - Kulata. The village has regular bus service.
Marino pole is located at an altitude of about 90 meters in the Sandanski-Petrich valley on the left bank of the Struma River. The climate is continental with pronounced Mediterranean influence. They are characterized by short and mild winter, dry and hot summer.
Marino pole is well developed village. The streets are paved, there is coverage of mobile operators. The permanent population is about 300 inhabitants. The village has a town hall, store. The nearest schools are in Marikostinovo village (2 km north) and the nearest hospital in the town of Petrich.
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