Druzhevo is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Svoge, Sofia district.
The village of Druzhevo is located in a mountainous area. It consists of separate neighborhoods, situated between 800 and 1000 meters above sea level in the mountain Koznitsa (a part of Stara Planina) at the border between the districts of Sofia, Vratsa and Montana. It is 5-6 km from the village of Milanovo and about 20 km from the town of Varshets, where there are mineral baths for healing of joint and bone diseases.
The village was built around 1800. The first inhabitants are settlers from nearby areas, who found good conditions for living there. Its old name is Dupni vrah. A large part of the village’s inhabitants took active part in the September 1923 Uprising.
Every year, the so-called ‘vows’ (obrotsi) are held. Kurban for health and prosperity is made in specific places, usually there is a Christian cross in every such gathering, and the vows themselves are organized by separate families.