Category: Vidin Province

Vrashka Chuka

Vrashka Chuka (Bulgarian: Връшка чука) or Vrška čuka (Serbian: Вршка чука, Vrška čuka) is a peak in the Balkan Mountains, situated on the border between Bulgaria and Serbia. The peak is 692 metres (2,270 ft) high. Vrashka Chuka is the most north-western peak in the Balkan mountains and part of Babin Nos mountain. Vrashka Chuka… more

Belograchik

Belograchik is a town in northwestern Bulgaria in the Vidin Province. Belogradchik, which literally means “small white town
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Boynitsa

Boynitsa is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Boynitsa municipality, which lies in the western part of Vidin Province more

Bregovo

Bregovo is a town in the very northwest of Bulgaria, situated on the east bank of the Timok River close to its mouth
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Chuprene

Chuprene is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Chuprene municipality, which lies in the southern part of Vidin Province
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Dimovo

Dimovo is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Dimovo municipality, which lies in the eastern part of Vidin Province
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Gramada

Gramada is a town in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Gramada municipality, which lies in the central part of Vidin Province
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Kula

Kula is a town in northwestern Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of Kula municipality, part of Vidin Province
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Makresh

Makresh is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It is the administrative centre of Makresh municipality, which lies in the western part of Vidin Province, close to the Bulgarian-Serbian border
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Novo Selo

Novo Selo is a village in northwesternmost Bulgaria, part of Vidin Province. It lies on the right (south) bank of the Danube and is the administrative centre of a municipality with the same name
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