The town of Cherven Bryag (18 642 inhabitants, 110 m above sea level) is situated at the inflow of river Zlatna Panega in river Iskar. It is 137 km north-east of Sofia, 53 km south-west of Pleven, 12 km north-west of Loukovit, 56 km east of Vratsa, and 55 km south of Oryahovo. It is an important railway cross-section.
It first appeared as a railway station settlement in 1899 on the newly built Sofia-Varna railway line. It was proclaimed a town in 1929.
One of the incredible landmarks of Cherven Bryag District is St. Sofronii Vrachanski Chathedral, which is located in the central part of the town.
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