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Above Vratsata
Bulgaria

A winter view from the top of the highest cliff of Vratsata gorge. You can see Vratsa and some surrounding villages to the North and the village of Zgorigrad to the South.

Copyright: Martin marinov
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Subida: 28/12/2012
Actualizado: 28/08/2014
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Tags: nature; peak; top; vratsa; vraca; vratza; zgorigrad; vratsata; vratzata; vratcata; climbing; mountain; winter; snow; hiking; hill; view; gorge
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