Krivina is a village situated in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Tsenovo Municipality, Ruse region.
There are two more villages in Bulgaria with the same name. They are located in Sofia Municipality (Sofia Region) and Teteven Municipality (Lovech Region).
The population is approximately 450 people.
Krivina is located in the Eastern part of the Danube plain, in close proximity to Yantra River and Danube River. The relief characterizes with hilly and low lands. The climate is humid continental. Hot, dry summers with temperatures of about 28 C and cold winters with temperatures of about 2 C.
Water, electricity and telephone are provided in the village. The connection with the other towns and villages in the region is by the bridge over Yantra River. The first-class road Ruse-Byala-Veliko Tarnovo passes not far away from the village. It is part of the international transport corridor No 9.
The nearest railway station is in town of Byala - about 30 km away from the village.
Krivina comprises a town hall, a post office, a church, a community centre, a doctor's cabinet and shops. The nearest school is in the neighbouring village of Novgrad (4 km away).
Agriculture is the means of living of the population due to the good climate conditions and fertile soils.
The village offers good conditions for river and fishing tourism because of its proximity to Danube River and Yantra River. Yantra River is perfect for kayaking. The part of the river suitable for this starts from town of Byala and ends in the mouth of Danube River. This takes about three days.
Local landmark is St Troitsa Church built in 1885.
Internet sources: http://bg.guide-bulgaria.com/NC/Rousse/Tsenovo/Krivina http://bg.wikipedia.org/