The quake was registered near the Romanian towns of Craiova and Turnu Magurele and the Bulgarian town of Gulyantsi. People living in Danube villages in the Pleven region have felt an earthquake. There is currently no evidence of damage. Residents of the Pleven village of Vabel, which is in the municipality of Nikopol, felt the earthquake, bnr.bg reports. Mayor Darin Kinov said: "At 1.50 an earthquake was felt, from two blows, like two blows, in seconds. Very few people have felt it. At least at this stage there were no other tremors than this one. It hit very hard, it was good for a short time, it felt great here - as if someone with a steam hammer hit the house twice. "The earthquake occurred in Romania, said byInstitute of Geophysics, Geodesy and Geography in Sofia. It is registered near the Romanian towns of Craiova and Turnu Magurele and the Bulgarian town of Gulyantsi. The institute confirmed that the quake was felt in the Pleven region. Its strength was 3.7 on the Richter scale and its epicenter was at a depth of 20 kilometers.