Road to Skaklya
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Road to Skaklya

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Schlüsselworte: waterfall, nature, forest, mountain, balkan

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Panorama was created on the road to Skaklya (Skaklia, Скакля - Bulgarian) waterfall. It is situated in Vraca's Balkan - North-Western Bulgaria. With it's height of 141 m it is the highest waterfall at the Balkan peninsula, but it is not full year active one. From the top of  it there is a very nice view towards town of Vraca and Danubian plain.

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Bilder in der Nähe von Bulgarien

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A: Vraca from above - Bulgaria

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 240 Meter entfernt

A beautiful view over Vraca. From tha point of view are visible Vraca - city, chemistry factory with ...

Vraca from above - Bulgaria

B: Vraca From Above 2

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 470 Meter entfernt

VIew to Vraca, Northwestern Bulgaria, from above the Hut. The panorama was taken two days before New ...

Vraca From Above 2

C: Skaklya from the fountain

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 500 Meter entfernt

View to Skaklya waterfall from the fointain. Skaklya is the highest (not full year functional - only ...

Skaklya from the fountain

D: Sunset over Vratsa, Bulgaria

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 540 Meter entfernt

Sunset above Vratsa (Vraca) in North-Western Bulgaria. The panorama photos were taken minutes before ...

Sunset over Vratsa, Bulgaria

E: Fireworks above Vratsa, Bulgaria

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 540 Meter entfernt

Fireworks on the 1-st of June to commemorate the honerable death of Hristo Botev - one of the most ac...

Fireworks above Vratsa, Bulgaria

F: Vratsa-Hut

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 830 Meter entfernt

View form the Hut (hizhata) above Vratsa. Vratsa is situated in North-western Bulgaria in the skirts ...

Vratsa-Hut

G: Skaklia waterfall

von Martin Marinov, 830 Meter entfernt

Skaklia waterfall (near Vratsa, Bulgaria) is the highest waterfall on the Balkan peninsula (141 m). I...

Skaklia waterfall

H: Cave in Skaklia Waterfall

von Martin Marinov, 930 Meter entfernt

A small cave at the base of the Skaklya waterfall. Usually this chamber is filled with water. You hav...

Cave in Skaklia Waterfall

I: Vratsa from above Skaklya waterfall

von vladimir-n-nenkov, 960 Meter entfernt

Panorama view of Vratsa, North-Western Bulgaria, from above the Skaklya waterfall. Skaklya is a 140 m...

Vratsa from above Skaklya waterfall

J: Kurtpashova kula

von Vraca, 1.2 entfernt

Kurtpashova kula

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