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Coordinates: 43°45′N22°44′E / 43.750°N 22.733°E / 43.750; 22.733
Country Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
  MayorIvan Valchev
289 m (948 ft)
Time zone UTC+2 (EET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+3 (EEST)
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Area code 09339

Tolovitsa (Bulgarian : Толовица) is a village in northwestern Bulgaria. It is in Vidin region and Makresh Municipality. It is one of the smallest villages in the region with only 65 inhabitants.


The village is located near the Rabisha lake and the 15 million years old Magura cave. There are two rivers that flow near the village - "Tolovishka bara" and "Svadbitsa".

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