Krivnya is a village in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Vetovo Municipality, Ruse Region.
There is another village in Bulgaria with the same name, at Provadiya Municipality, Varna Region.
Regular bus transportation Razgrad - Vetovo serves the village. About 3 km away is railway line Ruse - Varna.
Village of Krivnya nestles in the Danube plain, at the valley of Beli Lom River, at 150 m above the sea level. It is surrounded by canyon-typed rocks. The river divides the village into two parts.
The climate is humid continental and characterizes with hot summer and cold winter.
The population is approximately 560 people.
The village is provided with electricity, water and communication equipment. There is a town-hall, a community centre with a library, a church, a post office, a police inspector on duty and commercial areas.
The nearest educational and medical centres are in town of Senovo (3 km away).
'Singrad' fortress is located 5 km north-west of the village. Remnants of ancient settlement and ceramics of the Roman and Byzantine time were found there. At the low part of the fortress are the foundations of early Christian churches.
'Bozhkova dupka' cave is about one kilometer away of the village. It is the longest cave in Ludogorie area.
'Beli Lom' natural reserve occupies 'Golyamata koria' area of 773 ha at the river valley of Beli Lom. There are 174 bird species in the reserve. 167 of them are protected.
'Rusenski Lom' natural park is one of the ten natural parks in Bulgaria. It is about 20 km south of Ruse, on the river valley of Rusenski Lom. There are many plant and animal species, rock shapes, etc.
Internet sources and pictures: bg.wikipedia.org; vetovo.com