Brusartsi

Summary

Brusartsi
Brusartsi is located in Bulgaria
Brusartsi
Brusartsi
Location of Brusartsi
Coordinates: 43°40′N 23°4′E / 43.667°N 23.067°E / 43.667; 23.067Coordinates: 43°40′N 23°4′E / 43.667°N 23.067°E / 43.667; 23.067
CountryBulgaria
Provinces
(Oblast)
Montana
Government
 • MayorYulia Kamenova
Elevation
108 m (354 ft)
Population
 (31.12.2009 [1])
 • Total1,302
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal Code
3680
Area code(s)09783

Brusartsi (Bulgarian: Брусарци) is a town in Northwestern Bulgaria. It is located in Montana Province and is 23 km away from the town of Lom. The town is the administrative center of the homonymous Brusartsi Municipality. As of December 2009, Brusartsi has a population of 1,302 inhabitants.[1]

Main train lines Mezdra-Vidin and Lom-Mezdra make stops here. Roads link to Lom, Montana, Vidin and Belogradchik.

Geography

Located in the western part of the hilly Danube Plain on the side of the river "Nechinska bara". A height of 100 m. Temperate climate.

History

Religions

Politics

  • 2007 - Yulia Kamenova (Coalition "Unity" - NMS, GERB) won the second round with 50.50 percent against Demi Dimitrov (BSP).
  • 2003 - Yulia Kamenova (NMS) won the second round with 54 percent against Demi Dimitrov (BSP).
  • 1999 - Georgi Georgiev (UDF) won the second round with 55 percent against Demi Dimitrov (BSP coalition and local).
  • 1995 - Demi Dimitrov (BSP election coalition, BANU Alexander Str, Ecoglasnost Political Club) won the first round with 56 percent against Arsenov Assen (National Union).

Economy

Public Instittutions

Cultural and Natural Attractions

  • Monastery of St. Archangel Michael
  • Church of St. Paraskeva

Regular Events

  • Fair - Saturday and Sunday during the third week of August, in the central square.
  • Market for animals and other goods, every Sunday.

People

  • Violeta Kondova - A participant in Big Brother 3
  • Professor Peter Lukanov - Dancer

Literature

Other

Kitchen

Sauerkraut with pork, dried chili beans, banitsa with pumpkin and banitsa with apples.

References

  1. ^ a b (in English) Bulgarian National Statistical Institute - Bulgarian towns in 2009 Archived November 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine

External links

  • Official website of the Brusartsi Municipality.
  • Regional Information Portal
  • Radio and Television in Brusartsi