Montana Region of Bulgaria Review
The Montana Region of Bulgaria is located in the north-west of Bulgaria sharing a south-west border with Serbia and a northern border with Romania. The Montana Region of Bulgaria reach is from the Danube River to the Balkan mountains. With a population of approximately 155,500 inhabitants its administrative center is the city of Montana. Approximately 30% of its inhabitants are over 60 years old.
The Lom harbour is the second biggest river port after Ruse. The river Danube connects with the Main and Rhine Rivers to form a pass-through from the North Sea to the Black Sea. River transport is a main factor for the development of the Montana Region of Bulgaria. The Montana Region of Bulgaria is rich with forests, mineral springs, caves and waterfalls while in the plain part of the region remains well-developed farming and plant growing. Ogosta dam is near Montana and is one of the largest artificial lakes in Bulgaria. Traces of pre-historic settlements, medieval fortresses and churches have been found in the Montana Region of Bulgaria.
The town of Montana has a population of approximately 50,000. It is located on the Ogosta River just next to the Ogosta dam. Montana is the largest transport cross-road in north-western Bulgaria. Bus and rail lines converge in Montana making it a transport hub.
Montana Dam is a refuge of rest, relaxation, water tourism, fishing and sport. There have been many rest homes, catering businesses and villas built in the area which are mainly accessible by road. Bus and automobile transport is abundant in the Montana Region of Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Properties for Sale have No Current Listings in This Region.
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