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Yablanitsa

For other uses, see Jablanica (disambiguation).

Yablanitsa (Bulgarian:Ябланица; also Jablanica, Iablanica, Yablanica, Jablanitsa, Iablanitsa, Jablanitza, Yablanitza, Iablanitza, pronounced ) is a small town in the westernmost part of Lovech Province, central-north Bulgaria, located in the area of the Pre-Balkan, north of the Stara Planina mountain. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Yablanitsa Municipality. The town is situated 70 kilometres from the capital Sofia, near the Hemus motorway linking Sofia and Varna. It was proclaimed a town in 1968. As of December 2011, Yablanitsa has a population of 2,854 inhabitants.

Yablanitsa
Ябланица
Coat of arms
Yablanitsa
Location of Yablanitsa
Coordinates:43°2′N24°7′E /43.033°N 24.117°E /43.033; 24.117Coordinates: 43°2′N24°7′E /43.033°N 24.117°E /43.033; 24.117
CountryBulgaria
Provinces
(Oblast)
Lovech
Government
• MayorIvan Tsakov (independent)
Elevation
475 m (1,558 ft)
Population
(December 2011)
• Total2,854
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
• Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal Code
5750
Area code(s)06991
License plateOB
Websitehttp://www.yablanitsa.org/

The town is a noted confectionery production centre, particularly well known for the local halva and lokum (Turkish delight).

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Yablanitsa is the administrative center of Yablanitsa municipality (part of Lovech Province), which includes the following nine localities: Batultsi, Brestnitsa, Dabravata, Dobrevtsi, Golyama Brestnitsa, Malak Izvor, Oreshene, Yablanitsa, and Zlatna Panega.

There are several neighborhoods in Yablanitsa — the bigger ones are the former villages of Shumnene and Devette dola (literally The nine valleys), and there are also smaller and more distant ones like Prelog, Nanovitsa, Lipovo, Gerana, etc. Shumnene is located in the area called Dragoitsa, below the popular rock formation Venetsa (The wreath). The area offers a view to the rock and a panorama of the Balkan mountains.

The Yablanitsa Glacier on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands is named after Yablanitsa.

  • The obsolete school in Yablanitsa

  • Central Yablanitsa

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Yablanitsa
Yablanitsa Language Watch Edit For other uses see Jablanica disambiguation Yablanitsa Bulgarian Yablanica also Jablanica Iablanica Yablanica Jablanitsa Iablanitsa Jablanitza Yablanitza Iablanitza pronounced ˈjabwɐnit sɐ is a small town in the westernmost part of Lovech Province central north Bulgaria located in the area of the Pre Balkan north of the Stara Planina mountain It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Yablanitsa Municipality The town is situated 70 kilometres from the capital Sofia near the Hemus motorway linking Sofia and Varna It was proclaimed a town in 1968 As of December 2011 Yablanitsa has a population of 2 854 inhabitants 1 Yablanitsa YablanicaCoat of armsYablanitsaLocation of YablanitsaCoordinates 43 2 N 24 7 E 43 033 N 24 117 E 43 033 24 117 Coordinates 43 2 N 24 7 E 43 033 N 24 117 E 43 033 24 117CountryBulgariaProvinces Oblast LovechGovernment MayorIvan Tsakov independent Elevation475 m 1 558 ft Population December 2011 1 Total2 854Time zoneUTC 2 EET Summer DST UTC 3 EEST Postal Code5750Area code s 06991License plateOBWebsitehttp www yablanitsa org The town is a noted confectionery production centre particularly well known for the local halva and lokum Turkish delight Contents 1 Municipality 2 Districts 3 Legacy 4 Gallery 5 References 6 External linksMunicipality EditYablanitsa is the administrative center of Yablanitsa municipality part of Lovech Province which includes the following nine localities Batultsi Brestnitsa Dabravata Dobrevtsi Golyama Brestnitsa Malak Izvor Oreshene Yablanitsa and Zlatna Panega Districts EditThere are several neighborhoods in Yablanitsa the bigger ones are the former villages of Shumnene and Devette dola literally The nine valleys and there are also smaller and more distant ones like Prelog Nanovitsa Lipovo Gerana etc Shumnene is located in the area called Dragoitsa below the popular rock formation Venetsa The wreath The area offers a view to the rock and a panorama of the Balkan mountains Legacy EditThe Yablanitsa Glacier on Smith Island South Shetland Islands is named after Yablanitsa Gallery Edit The obsolete school in Yablanitsa Central YablanitsaReferences Edit a b in English Bulgarian National Statistical Institute Bulgarian towns in 2011External links EditYablanitsa municipality website in Bulgarian and English Country amp Golf in the area in English Wikimedia Commons has media related to Yablanitsa Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Yablanitsa amp oldid 1018566773, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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