Seventeen kilometres north-east of Provadia is situated the town of Devnya - the biggest centre of industrial chemistry in Bulgaria; it sprang up as a settlement near the biggest karst springs.
The springs of Devnya are 30 in number and have a debit of 3670 litres per second with temp. 17-20° C. It is where the Roman settlement called Marcianopolis (after the name of emperor Trayan’s sister - Marciana) sprang up and was succeeded by the present day town.
There is an interesting Museum of Mosaics in Devnya. There is a regular bus line from Devnya to Provadia. Devnya is a railway station on the line Razdelna - Dobrich - Kardam.
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