Cherni Vrah (Bulgarian: черни връх/ ‘Black Peak’) is the summit of Vitosha Mountain in Bulgaria. Rising to 2290 m, the peak is the fourth highest mountain summit in the country after Musala (2925 m, Rila Mountains), Vihren (2914 m, Pirin Mountains), and Botev Vrah (2376 m, Balkan Range).
Divotinski monastery is located near the village of Divotino in Lyulin Mountain, about 2 km southwest of Mihaylovo neighborhood of Bankya. The monastery was founded in X century. During the Ottoman rule it was destroyed and rebuilt again in the XIX century (1875).
Pernik is the main city of Pernik Province – province in western Bulgaria, neighbouring Serbia. Originally the site of a Thracian fortress founded in the 4th century BC, and later a Roman settlement, Pernik became part of the Bulgarian Empire in the early 9th century as an important fortress.
Pernik is the most populated city in western Bulgaria after Sofia. It is the main city of Pernik Province and lies on both banks of the Struma River in the Pernik Valley between the Golo Bardo Mountain, Vitosha Mountain, Lyulin and Viskyar mountains. Pernik is the main city of Pernik Province – province in western Bulgaria, neighbouring Serbia.
Museum exposition tracing the development of mining in its various periods, as well as the geological history and diversity of the Pernik region is presented in its ground floor part. In close proximity to the Museum of Mining is the Historical Museum of Pernik.
The medieval Krakra Fortress is situated on a relatively small rocky plateau at the southwestern part of the town of Pernik. The preserved remains outline a polygonal fortress which is believed to have been built during the reign of Khan Omurtag (814-831).
The Underground mining museum "Starite Rudnitsi 1891" ("The old mines 1891") is one of the main attractions of town of Pernik. It is located 50 meters below the ground in one of the old mines - "Temelko Nenkov" (or "Starite Rudnitsi"), where in 1891 has been made the first mining sod in Bulgaria.