is a port town on the southern bank of the Danube in northwestern Bulgaria. It is close to the borders with Serbia and Romania. It is the administrative center of Vidin Province.

Vidin in "The Bleeding Moon"Edit

Vidin was a collection point for the annual tribute demanded by the Turks during their occupation of Bulgaria. After the village of Gramada drove off a vurkolak, the headman Symeon visited Vidin, and learned that the vurkolak had begun preying on Kula. As the men of Kula had created the vurkolak by murdering a Gramada youth named Todor, no one in Gramada had much sympathy.