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Village of Palitsi

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Palitsi is a village in northern Bulgaria. It is located in Elena Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo region.

The village is located about 14 km east from the town of Elena, 54 km southeast  from the town of Veliko Tarnovo, 64 km northwest from the town of Sliven and 274 km northeast from the city of Sofia.

It is situated on a high ridge, which serves as a watershed between Kostelska and Bebrovska rivers. The altitude is 427 meters. The climate is temperate continental with cool mountain summer, long fall, snowy and cold winter.

The village consists of two parts: Upper Palitsi (old village) behind the river towards the village Kamenari, where there are preserved old houses, and Lower Palitsi. The permanent population is about 182 inhabitants.

Village church "St. Basil the Great" was built of wood in 1881, and in 1898 was built a new stone church. In the hall is placed a plaque to the fallen in war 1912-1918 year.
The village has community center , kindergarten, shops and several pubs. The nearest medical facilities and schools are located in the municipal center town of Elena.

 
Attractions and Tourism

  • Nature around the village is very picturesque and the area is a favorite resting place. In Palitsi and surrounding villages there are many guest houses, bungalows and family hotels offering excellent accommodation;
  • The village dam is stocked with carp and perch;
  •  Around the upper part of  river  Kostelska there are conditions for camping;
  •  Lovers of history can see in the town of Elena: the home of Ilarion Macreopolski, Clock Tower, Daskalolivnitsata, churches "St. Nikola" and "Uspenie na Presveta Bogoroditsa" with belfry.

 

Text: Mirela
Photos: Internet

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