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village of Vradlovtsi

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

It is 16 km northwest of the town of Godech, 3 km south of the village of Golesh and 15 km northeast of the village of Kalotina and the border with Serbia. The capital Sofia is 71 km southeast.

It is located on the defile of a small river, the altitude is about 820 m. The climate is temperate and is characterized by warm summer and cool winter.

Bus and railway transportation connect it to the other settlements. The central streets are with lighting and asphalted. There are constructed water and electricity systems. The mobile operators have coverage.

The permanent population is about 23 people.

There is store in the neighboring village of Golesh. Also the town hall that services both settlements is there. Schools, kindergarten and medical assistance you find in the municipality Godech, hospitals are working in the capital Sofia.

Tourism and landmarks

In proximity there is a cave formed from limestone - it is on one level and with no branches.

In the area there are cultural landmarks. Just to the village is Vradlovski monastery "St prophet Iliya". It was last renovated in the beginning of XX century when was constructed the church that now could be seen above the remains of an old church. It is small one nave and apse structure made of stone. On the inside it si decorated with frescoes and the most interesting of them is the scene "The kiss of Judas".
At the moment the monastery is not working and only once a year on 20-th of July is made animal sacrifice for health and good luck by the gathered people from the area.

The tourists can take advantage and to visit also Goleshki monastery "St Nikola Letni", Razboishki monastery "Vavedenie Bogorodichno", Cheparlinski monastery "St Petka" and Bukorovski monastery "St George Podedonosets".

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