- Roman, Bulgaria
Roman (Роман) is a town in northwestern
Bulgarianear the city of Pravetsand about 90 km northeast of the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. It is located in Vratsa Provinceand is known for the big steel factory, producing 100,000 tons of steel a year. The raw materials come from the Kremikovtsi factory near Sofia.
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