Dolni Dubnik is a town in Northern Bulgaria. Administrative center of Dolni Dubnik municipality, Pleven District.
It is 16 km west of the city of Pleven, 40 km northeast of the town of Cherven Bryag, 60 km northwest of the town of Lovech, 163 km southwest of Rousse.
The population is around 5000 people.
The region of Dolni Dubnik falls at the southern end of the central part of the hilly Danubian Plain on the border with Fore. The altitude is about 70 m.
The climate is temperate continental and relatively dry. Winter is particularly cold. Average temperatures in January are around - 5 º C. Spring is warm and extremely hot summer due to the plain character of the area. Average temperatures in July range between 30-35 º C. Autumn cold days occur in mid-October.
Main water resources are Vit River and smaller rivers Sadovsko, Beglezhka, Petarnishka Dabnishka and Barry. Here is the largest dam in the Pleven district - near the village of Gorni Dubnik.
Technical Infrastructure - The city is built and maintained water supply, electricity and telecommunications network.
There is no sewerage system for domestic sewage. Discharging it into septic tanks and soak wells.
Social Infrastructure - Secondary Schools - Secondary School "Hristo Botev", Professional School of Agriculture Professor Ivan Ivanov, Professional School for the extraction of minerals and gas,, Prof. D. goldsmiths. "Elementary School - Hristo Botev, Community Center, Kindergarten.
Operate four doctors, three dental, medical center, three pharmacies.
Regular bus and train transport to settlements in the area.
Dam Gorni Dabnik is located between the villages of Gorni Dubnik and producers. It is popular among fishermen across the country.
Its surroundings are suitable for picnics and walks. Nearby is Park Lavrov, where during the Liberation War battles were fought for conquest of Pleven.
Dam Upper Dabnik is a protected area under Natura 2000.
A meadow near the lake has a resort with bungalows and restaurant.