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Village of Kostichovtsi

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Kostichovtsi is a village in northwestern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Dimovo, District of Vidin.

It is 7 km southeast of the town of Dimovo, 43 km south of Vidin and about 172 north-west of Sofia city.

The village is located 7 km away from the main road Vidin - Montana. The average altitude is 152 m. The climate is characterized by cold winters and hot, dry summers.

The population numbers about 95 people.

There were established a school in 1896 and a junior high school in 1921. Now they are closed. Sveti Nikolay Chudotvorets church was built 1892. The Library was founded in 1928.

The nearest kindergarten, primary and secondary schools and health facilities are located in the municipal center - Dimovo city.

Tourism and landmarks:

Skomlya river passes along the village, 8 km east is Drenovets dam. They are suitable for fishing.

There are three fountains next to the river.

The local church - Sveti Nikolay has been restored. There is a monument to those who died during the Balkan Wars and the First World War in the churchyard. 

In the region you can also visit:

Magura cave, located about 22 km west. The cave is one of the most beautiful in the country, a part of the Hundred national tourist sites. It was carved from a river. It occupies over 30 000 sq m of area and the total length of the galleries found so far is about 2500 m.

Belogradchik Rocks - one of the most famous rock formations in Bulgaria, also part of the Hundred national tourist sites. The rocks are located 34 km southwest.

Rakovitsa monastery Sveta Troitsa /Holy Trinity/, which is located 47 km west. Founded in 10-11 century, after the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule the monastery declined. It was restored in the 17th century by St. Pimen of Sofia, but in the late 18th century, was destroyed. Currently it is restored and operating.

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