The town of Dobrich is situated almost in the center of the Dobrudzha plateau, 50km to the north of Varna. It occurred in the 15th century under the name of Hadjioglu Pazardjik. In 1882 it was called Dobrich after the name of Dobtotich, a former ruler in Dobrudzha in the past. Some of the sights in Dobrich are the museum of Yordan Yovkov, the ruins of a Middle Ages settlement, the ancient necropolis, and a big number of monuments. The town bore the name of the Soviet Marshal Tolbouhin for several decades during the Communist rule. The name Dobrich was restored with a decree of the President of 19.09.1990.
Now the town of Dobrich is the second largest economic center in Northeastern Bulgaria and one of the ten largest towns in Bulgaria - am important cultural, economic and administrative centre in the northeast economic region of the country.
Quick facts about Town DobrichIn Bulgarian (Native transliteraion): Град Добрич
Other transliteration(s): Dobric, Tolbuhin, Tolbouhin
Region: North-Eastern planing region of Bulgaria
District: Dobrich district
Municipality: Dobrich-city municipality
Altitude: from 200 to 299
Distance by air to the capital city Sofia: 379.385km
Area Size: 109.018km2
Population: 88807 people (31.12.2013)
Postal Code: 9300
Phone Code: 058