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Village of Toshevtsi

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Toshevtsi is a village in Northwestern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Gramada, District of Vidin.

It is located 5 km southwest of the municipal center Gramada, 40 km in the same direction from the town of Vidin and 201 kilometers north-west of Sofia.

The altitude reaches 160 m. The climate is temperate-continental with relatively cold winters and hot summers. The distance to the border with Serbia is about 25 km.

Toshevtsi population numbers about 195 people. Bus service connects it with the neighboring villages and towns. As in the whole region of Vidin, in the early period of history the main occupation of the population undoubtedly been agriculture and livestock. Craftsmanship has been developed to the satisfaction of the needs of the population.

Initially the houses were located on the both sides of a nameless river.

The village consists of five neighborhoods - Sredna, Gorna, Butan, Vlashka and Bushniashka.

Toshevtsi has a town hall and church, the school has been closed.

There are high school and kindergarten, GPs and dentists in Gramada.

Tourism and landmarks:

There is a granite monument in the center of the village.

There are a small river and forests suitable for recreation.

In the region you can also visit:

Magura cave, located about 50 km southwest. The cave is one of the most beautiful in the country, a part of the Hundred national tourist sites. It was carved from a river. It occupies over 30 000 sq m of area and the total length of the galleries found so far is about 2500 m.

Rakovitsa monastery Sveta Troitsa /Holy Trinity/, which is located 29 km to the southwest. Founded in 10-11 century, after the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule the monastery declined. It was restored in the 17th century by St. Pimen of Sofia, but in the late 18th century, was destroyed. Currently it is restored and operating.

Sources:, Mirela


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