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village of Ravna

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 Ravna is a village in West Bulgaria. It is in Godech municipality, Sofia region

In Bulgaria there are two other settlements that are with the same name in Provadiya municipality, Varna region and in Chirprovtsi municipality, Montana region.

It is situated 7 km northwest of the town of Godech and 55 km in the same direction from the capital Sofia.

It is located at the southwest part of Stara planina mountain and its altitude is between 599 and 999 m. The climate is temperate. The summer is hot while the winter is cold. The amount of precipitation is little.

The permanent population is about 16 people.

The village is with constructed water and electricity systems. All mobile operators have coverage.

The nearest stores, restaurants as well as schools and kindergartens are functioning on the territory of the town of Godech. There you can get also medical assistance.

Near the Ravna village flows small river that creates beautiful waterfall when the water is high.

The people that visit it can take advantage of the opportunity and to visit the Orthodox monastery "St George Pobedonosets". It consists of chapel of the saint Petka Samardziiska and magernitsa. Near it there are rocks from which springs water that is said to cure diseases.

The monastery St Nickolay Letni in the town of Godech is also attractive touristic site. In it there is new temple as well as ancient Roman temple from II-IV c. - it is also declared monument of culture. The fact that it is with two altars and the construction is from stone blocks has made the temple unique for Bulgaria. It is interesting to know that the Roman church in Titsi (England) fully corresponds to ours.

Sources: http://bg.wikipedia.org
Photos: http://www.snimka.bg/

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