- Ohrid, Bulgaria
Ohrid (Bulgarian: Охрид, also transliterated as Okhrid) is a village (село) in northwestern Bulgaria, located in the Boychinovtsi municipality (община Бойчиновци) of the Montana Province (Област Монтана).
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