Studena is a village in southern Bulgaria and is a part of Svilengrad municipality, Haskovo region.
The name of the settlement comes from Turkish and means "cold place".
The village is in a mountainous area. It is situated in the southeastern slopes of Sakar Mountain, in the foothills of Dervish Mogila peak and near a small river /Studentska reka/. The altitude is 320 m.
The climate near is Transitional-Mediterranean. It is characterized by hot summers and mild winters. In Svilengrad region there are no quick and extreme changes in weather.
The population is about 650 people.
There is a regular bus transport three times a day.
The village has shops, cafes, a community center. The nearest school is located in the village of Levka, about 14 km away. Medical clinic and hospital can be found in Svilengrad.
The biggest celebration is the traditional "Ilinden" fair. It takes place in the nearest to the 1st of August Sunday. This is the time, when people from all parts of the country born in Studena, gather together. This fair is one of the largest in the region and it runs many people from nearby towns and villages.
Through Svilengrad pass pan-European transport corridors 4, 9 and 10.
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