Borovets ski runs from the botom
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Borovets ski runs from the botom

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Panorama was taken from the botom of ski runs in Borovets - one of the most famous Bulgarian ski resorts, situated in Rila mountains about 70 km South from the capitol Sofia. There is option for night skiing and additional night ski pass must be bought. From the ski runs there are visible Vitosha mountains, Iskar reservoir and town of Samokov.

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Bilder in der Nähe von Bulgarien

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A: Yastrebets peak

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 4.6 entfernt

Panorama view from the top of rocks formation near the gondola lifts top station at Yastrebets peak. ...

Yastrebets peak

B: Rila mountain

von Stefan Solakov, 5.9 entfernt

This pano is shot in Rila mountain a few kilmeters north of peak Musala - the highest peak in Bulgari...

Rila mountain

C: Rila mountain

von Stefan Solakov, 7.5 entfernt

This pano is shot in Rila mountain a few kilmeters north of peak Musala - the highest peak in Bulgari...

Rila mountain

D: Musala-Hut-and-Lake

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 7.6 entfernt

Panorama view from lake side near Musala hut on the road to peak Musala. Musala is situated in Rila m...

Musala-Hut-and-Lake

E: path to peak Musala in Rila mountain

von Stefan Solakov, 8.3 entfernt

This pano is shot on the way to the summit of Rila mountain - peak Musala. The lake that is to be see...

path to peak Musala in Rila mountain

F: Fireworks above Samokov from Rido at night

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 8.7 entfernt

Night panorama of Samokov from Rido. There were some fireworks at the central square at the time I to...

Fireworks above Samokov from Rido at night

G: Samokov Sports Hall

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 8.7 entfernt

Winter night panorama in front of the sports hall Arena Samokov. Samokov is a city situated 60 km Sou...

Samokov Sports Hall

H: Samokov Bulgaria

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 8.7 entfernt

Panorama view of Samokov, Bulgaria. The view is from the hill called "Rido". Samokov is a nice mounta...

Samokov Bulgaria

I: Madzhare Bulgaria

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 8.8 entfernt

Madzhare Bulgaria

J: Samokov Golyamata Cheshma

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 9.1 entfernt

Winter night panorama of the central square in Samokov, Bulgaria. On the panorama are visible ice-sca...

Samokov Golyamata Cheshma

Das Panorama wurde in Bulgarien, Europe aufgenommen

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Text by Steve Smith.

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