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Village of Slivarovo

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Slivarovo is the smallest village in the municipality of Malko Tarnovo, Burgas region.

It is situated 17 km east of the town of Malko Tarnovo, 93 km south of Burgas and about 500 km southeast of Sofia. The village is located near the border with Turkey.

It is situated in Strandzha Mountains on the riverside of Rezovska. The altitude is 300 meters. The climate is characterized by mild winters, often with positive temperatures, while summer is hot and dry. Population is 5 people.

There are a town hall, shop and church "St. Panteleimon", built in XIX century in Slivarovo. The nearest school and kindergarten work in the territory of Malko Tarnovo. Medical care is covered by the hospital in the town of Tsarevo / 60 km / .

The village has kept the typical Strandzha architecture from XIX century. Furthermore, interesting houses, here you can see several chapels, which are in close proximity - "St. George "- 1 km southeast of the village," St. Mary", " St. Mine "- about 2 km south of the village in the area Shafariytsa.

In the land of Slivarovo is the largest biosphere reserve in Bulgaria - Uzunbudzhak (Lopushna).

A km away is Thracian, ancient and medieval fortress Kladara. The outermost wall is built of stones without mortar, which is typical for the construction of the Thracians. Slightly higher than the first wall stands second in the middle stands the citadel, which occupies an area of ​​about one acre.

About 12 km east to the cave - temple "St. Marina". On its walls dripping water that is collected and which is believed to be curative. On 30 July, when the worship day of St. Marina, organize pilgrimage procession to the grotto.

Sources: http://www.strandja.bg, http://www.bulgariainside.com
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