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Ponora is a water cave in the region of Chiren village, Vratza municipality, Vratza region. It is included in the list of natural landmarks in 1962 on an area of 17.20 hectares.

Novata cave is a natural landmark declared in 1962 on an area of 50 hectares in Lyutibrod village, Mezdra municipality, Vratza region.

Komuchina is a deposit of water lily in the vicinity of Selanovtsi village, Oryahovo municipality, Vratza region. Komuchina was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 2.50 hectares.

Ledenika cave is situated in the Vratza ridge of Stara planina situated in Vratza municipality, Vratza region. It is formed by Upper Jurasic limestone. There are beautiful calcite formations in the so-called Concert Hall and the White Hall. Ledenika is populated by typical cave animals and bats. It was declared for tourist landmark in 1960 on an area of 102.30 hectares.

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Koritata is a territory with characteristic landscape and a natural deposit of red peony. Koritata was included in the list of protected territories in 2003 on an area of 2 hectares. It is situated in the village of Sofronievo, Miziya municipality, Vratza region.

Kozlodui is a protected territory in the region of the town of Kozlodui, Vratza region. The aim is preservation of characteristic landscape, a result of harmonious coexistence of man and nature. It was established in 2003 on an area of 10 hectares.

Kitkata, in the town of Byala Slatina, Vratza region is a protected territory aiming preservation of a group of 15 century old trees as hairy oak and characteristic landscape. Kitkata was included in the list of protected natural objects in 2003 on an area of 2 hectares.

Kamarata are rocks declared for natural landmarks in 1974 in the region of Kameno pole village, Roman municipality, Vratza region on an area of 1 hectare.

Kalugerski grad - Topolite is a protected territory aiming preservation of the plant aloe situated in the village of Selanovtzi, Oryahovo municipality, Vratza region.

Bozhiyat Most or Bozhite Mostove (God's Bridge) is a natural rocky bridge in the valley of Lilyachka River, right tributary of Botunya River in Western Fore-Balkan. Bozhiyat Most is a remnant from karst cave formed in limestone. It is 20m height at the entrance and there is a road on its rocky hump that was used in the past and leads to the ruins of a fortress. Bozhite Mostove were declared natural landmark situated in the village of Lilyache, Vratza municipality, Vratza region. They were included in the list of protected natural objects in 1964 on an area of 15 hectares.

Vrattzata is a narrow rocky gorge on the Leva River. The gorge was sunken in limestone at the northern slope of the Vratsa ridge of Stara planina. With its 400 m vertical rocks Vrattzata suggests incredible experience for the climbers. Vrattzata was declared natural landmark in 1964 on an area of 2 hectares.

Govedarnika is a cave situated in Tzarevetz village, Mezdra municipality, Vratza region. The cave was declared natural landmark in 1972 aiming preservation of inscription and drawings.

Govedarnika is a protected territory on an area of 2.50 hectares.

Galabarnika is a cave in the region of Kunino village, Roman municipality, Vratza region. It was declared natural landmark in 1972 on an area of 3.50 hectares.

Borov Kamak is a century old beech forest in karst region on a great slope. The forest was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 164.60 hectares in Vratza municipality, Vratsa region.

Borovanska Mogila is a protected territory with characteristic landscape in the vicinity of Borovan village, Vratza region. It was included in the list of protected territories in 2003 on an area of 198.80 hectares.

Vezhdata is a territory with rocky wreath and talus and a deposit of Centrantus kellereri - Bulgarian endemic plant and relic. It was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 62.60 hectares in the region of the village of Chelopek, Vratza municipality, Vratza region.

Vola is a protected territory in the village of Chelopek, Vratza municipality, Vratza region aiming preservation of characteristic landscape. Vola was registered in 2003 on an area of 101.70 hectares.

Gola Bara is a deposit of water lily situated in the village of Selanovtzi, Oryahovo municipality, Vratza region. Gola Bara was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 2 hectares.

Chuklite is a gorge declared natural landmark in the vicinity of Kameno pole village, Roman municipality, Vratza region. Chuklite was registered in the list of natural landmarks in 1974 on an area of 1 hectare.

Chervenitza in the village of Kunino, Roman municipality, Vratza region are rocks declared natural landmarks in 1974 on an area of 3 hectares.

Daneva Mogila is a protected territory in the region of the town of Miziya, Vratza region aiming preservation of characteristic river landscape and a group of century old trees. Daneva Mogila was included in the list of protected territories in 1982 on an area of 4.90 hectares.

Tepeto is a deposit of red peony situated in the town of Krivodol, Krivodol municipality, Vratza region. Tepeto was registered as protected territory in 2003 on an area of 6 hectares.

Rechka is a territory with natural habitation of endangered, rare and vulnerable animals and plant species habitats. It was declared protected territory in 1990 on an area of 94.10 hectares.

Ritlite, Natural Landmark

Ritlite, Natural Landmark

Ritlite are vertical rocky formations on the left bank of Iskar River in the eastern foot of Vratza ridge of Stara planina. It is situated near the village of Lyutibrod, Mezdra municipality, Vratza region. The rocks are 60 to 80m high and 2.6 - 6.5m wide. Ritlite are built from erect Upper Jurasic limestone, sandstone and marl. There are similar but lower rocks on the right bank of Iskar River near Shishmanitsa place. Ritlite were declared natural landmark in 1938 and they are also tourist and Alpine natural object.

Samuilitza are two caves on the land of Kunino village, Roman municipality, Vratza region. They were included in the list of natural landmarks in 1972 on an area of 3.50 hectares.

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