Plana is a village set in Western Bulgaria. It is located in Sofia Municipality, Sofia district.
The village is part of a mountainous region and is located on high sea altitude. It is about 30 km away from Sofia city, 50 km away from town of Pernik and 45 km away from town of Elin Pelin. The village is separated into several neighbourhoods - one of the biggest is Kalenderovata /Kalenedrovi family/. Plana borders with the villages of Zheleznitsa, Bistritsa and Musachevo.
The inhabitancy of the village is with Macedonian origin. It is represented by settlers by the village Chuipetlyovo /Pernik district/, which is located on the southern slope of Vitosha Mountain. The village used to be a Turkish farm. In summer the peasants used to work there. The main means of living was the sheep breading. The Turkish farm comprised nice pastures, which forced the peasants to move into this place. The landowner sold its farm and moved from the village with its fellow-countrymen.
There is a municipality hall in the village of Plana.
Address: Sofia District, Pancharevo Municipality, Charshia neighbourhood, P.C. 1475. Reception time: 9:00 - 12:00. Telephone: 02/ 992 7664
Bus line № 70 connects the village with the capital.
Internet sources: http://bg.wikipedia.org/