Razgrad Province is a province in the northeastern part of Bulgaria. It is part of the Ludogorie region. People call it "Razgrad" because that's where the town's government and businesses are. At the end of December 2009, the Province had 132,740 people living there on a land area of 2,639.7 km2 (1,019.2 sq mi) that was split into 7 municipalities.
It is a city in northeastern Bulgaria, near the Beli Lom river. It is part of the Ludogorie region, which is both historical and geographical, and it has a lot of history and culture (Deliorman). It is the capital of the province of Razgrad.
"grad" is a word in Bulgarian that means "city," but the origin and meaning of the first part "raz" is unknown. People lived there during the Second Bulgarian Empire. They called it Hrasgrad, Hrazgrad, and Hrizgrad', and it was near where the current city is now. These names are based on the name of the god Hors, who lived in the Balkans and the Slavic worlds.