Golemo Selo

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Golemo Selo
Golemo Selo is located in Bulgaria
Golemo Selo
Golemo Selo
Location of Golemo Selo
Coordinates: 42°17′36″N 23°02′31″E / 42.29333°N 23.04194°E / 42.29333; 23.04194Coordinates: 42°17′36″N 23°02′31″E / 42.29333°N 23.04194°E / 42.29333; 23.04194
Country  Bulgaria
Kyustendil Province
 • Mayor Kiril Pandurski
 • Total 15.124 km2 (5.839 sq mi)
Elevation 508 m (1,667 ft)
Population (2007-01-01)[1]
 • Total 576
 • Density 38/km2 (99/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal Code 2635

Golemo Selo (Bulgarian: Големо Село) is a small village located between the towns of Dupnitsa and Bobov Dol in Kyustendil Province, western Bulgaria. The village name means "big village". The population of the village is 573 inhabitants (according to the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute data 2007). At the borders of the village, to the south-west, is situated the Bobov Dol Power Plant.

The village is located at 9 km from Dupnitza and at 9.7 km from Bobov dol. The distance to the capital Sofia is 50 km.

The area has been proven to be inhabited from ancient times. The ruins of the palace of Aron of Bulgaria was found near the village. He was killed along with his family nearby by orders of his brother Samuil on 14 June 976 because of treason.

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  1. ^ "Bulgaria Guide, Golemo Selo". Retrieved 9 September 2009.