Lom Cherkovna is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Byala Municipality, Ruse Region.
It is 72 km south from the centre of Ruse, 25 km south-east from town of Byala, 173 km north-west from town of Varna and 270 km north-east from city of Sofia. Regular bus transportation to the towns of Ruse and Byala.
The population is approximately 350 people.
The village is set in the eastern part of Danube plain, on 271 m above the sea level. The relief characterizes with plain and hilly lands. The climate is humid continental - hot summers and cold winters.
The village is well-developed and provided with electricity, water supply and communication equipment. There is a town-hall, a post office, a community centre with a library, an orthodox church and commercial areas.
The nearest operational school, kindergarten, health services and pharmacy are in the neighbouring village of Koprivets.
Lom Cherkovna is surrounded by forests. It is near several dams convenient for fishing. Through the central part of the village passes a small river.
The holiday of Lom Cherkovna is on St Archangel Michael day. The local church is named after the saint.
Place of interest is the Monument of Victory, which is about 1 km away in eastern direction. It is one of the 12 standard model monuments set up in Bulgaria after the Bulgarian Liberation. The initiative was on the Russian Military Ministry.