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Village of Bistrentsi

See it on the map Bulgarian properties in Ruse Region - Bistrenci

Bistrentsi is a village situated in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is located in Byala Municipality, Ruse region.

It is about 56 km south-west from town of Ruse, 9 km south-east from town of Byala, 57 km in the same direction from town of Svishtov, 79 km west from town of Razgrad and 63 km north from town of Veliko Tarnovo.

Its population is approximately 380 people.

Bistrentsi is located in the Danube plain, at about 252 m above sea level. The relief is various. It characterizes with wide round low hills and plateau areas with black earth and alluvial soils.
The climate is humid continental. Summer is hot and dry, the winter is cold.

The village is tranquil and well-developed. Electricity, water and telephone net are provided. Bistrentsi comprises a town hall, a church, a house for old people, shops and a pub. The nearest schools and medical centres are in the municipal town of Byala and the neighbouring village of Koprivets.

The railway line Ruse-Gorna Oryahovitsa and the road Ruse-Veliko Tarnovo (part of the international transport corridor No 9) pass near the village.

The main means of living is agriculture. The biggest production is in granary - wheat, barley and corn. The stock-breeding is in the private homes. Cows, pigs, goats and bees are raised.

Tourism

The tourist landmarks are in the municipal centre of Byala - the stone bridge over Yantra River (1865-1867) constructed by Kolyo Fitcheto and the Museum of the Russian-Turkish War of Liberation.

There is a tourist centre for hunting and fishing in town of Byala. Perfect conditions for hunting tourism.

Not far away is the National Park 'Rusenski Lom' which is a protected territory from 1970. Ivanovo Monastery could be visited as well.

Internet sources: http://byala.bg
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