Dichin

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Dichin
Дичин
Village
Dichin is located in Bulgaria
Dichin
Dichin
Coordinates: 43°13′00″N 25°28′40″E / 43.21667°N 25.47778°E / 43.21667; 25.47778Coordinates: 43°13′00″N 25°28′40″E / 43.21667°N 25.47778°E / 43.21667; 25.47778
Country Bulgaria
Province Veliko Tarnovo
Community Veliko Tarnovo
Area
 • Total 20,483 km2 (7,909 sq mi)
Elevation 77 m (253 ft)
Population
 • Total 225
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Post code 5059
Area code(s) 06119

Dichin (Bulgarian: Дичин) is a village in central northern Bulgaria, located about 25 kilometres north of the old university town of Veliko Tarnovo, just north of the Rositsa River, in the southern little hill part.

Geography[edit]

It is located in Veliko Tarnovo Municipality.

History[edit]

Near Dichin passed a water canal from the river Rositsa to the ancient Roman city Nicopolis ad Istrum. Cooperation "Saglasie" was established in 1925.[1]

Culture[edit]

  • Communication center "Zora 1873" founders of the culture center were Matey Preobrajenski, the teacher Vasil Nedelchev and priest pop Petar Draganov.

Religion[edit]

The Orthodox Church "Sveta Paraskeva" (Saint Paraskeva) was built in 1843.

Economy[edit]

From 1948 to 1991 in the village were existed Labour Cooperative farm "Parvi mai" (First May). From 1934 to 1987 in Dichin existed the ceramics factory "Nacho Ivanov".

  • Mill Brother Damyanovi (founded in 1905)

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