Pirgovo is a village in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is situated in Ivanovo Municipality, Ruse Region.
The population is approximately 1850 people.
Pirgovo spreads out the banks of Danube River, on 80 m above the sea level. The lands are plain and hilly, and the climate - humid continental. Summer is hot, and winter - cold.
The village is provided with water and electricity. No sewerage system. Communication equipment is provided (telephone, mobile operators, television and Internet).
There is a town-hall, a post office, a police inspector on duty, medical services, a community centre with various activities, an orthodox temple, a stadium and commercial areas.
The nearest education centres are in town of Ruse and village of Ivanovo.
There are workshops for wood processing and tights production. The village is famous with its wine cellar that manages 100 000 sq. m of vineyards: chardonnay, dimiat, muscat, merlot and cabernet sauvignon.
Internet sources: ivanovo.bg
Pictures: panoramio.com; Internet