Gorni dubnik is a village in Dolni dubnik municipality, Pleven District.
It is 6 km southeast of Dolni dubnik, 22 km west of Pleven, 36 km northeast of Cherven Bryag, 66 km northwest of Lovech and 200 km northeast of Sofia. Situated on the main road Sofia-Pleven.
Located in the Danube valley, about 270 m altitude. Next is one of the largest dams - Gorni Dubnik.
The climate is characterized by cold and snowy winter, with average temperatures for January -2 ˚ C /-3 ˚ C, while summer is warm, with average temperatures for July around 23 ˚ C.
The population is about 2000 people.
The village has a fully developed electricity and water supply systems. All mobile operators have coverage, there is internet connection. It has grocery stores, restaurants, gas station, park and stadium. Functioning post office, town hall, primary school, kindergarten, community center, a GP and dentist.
Regular bus and rail transport link it to Pleven, Sofia and other cities in the country.
Dolni dubnik is known as a place of one of the most dramatic and decisive battles for the liberation of Bulgaria, where die in Russian and Finnish soldiers. In honor of the victims was built the park, Lavrov said, where are raised their many monuments and sculptures. In 2004 is built the chapel of St. George the Victorious.
Dam Gorni dubnik offers excellent opportunities for fishing and water sports and for recreation. It is part of the protected areas under the Natura 2000. Here there are rest home and school.
Sources: gornidubnik.com, dolni-dabnik.acstre.com, bg.wikipedia.org
Photos: Internet, dolni-dabnik.acstre.com