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Prohodna cave

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Prohodna is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province. The cave is known for the two eye-like holes in its ceiling, known as the Eyes of God or Oknata. The interior of the Prohodna cave is also used for bungee jumping.

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Imágenes cercanas en Bulgaria


A: Cave Prohodna and Ivan Kristoff

por Daniel Yordanov, 30 metros de distancia

GD Styles create 360 degree panoramas cave Prohodna with our friend Ivan Kristoff.

Cave Prohodna and Ivan Kristoff

B: Prohodna cave

por Ivan Petrushev, 190 metros de distancia

Prohodna cave

C: Kameno Pole Gorge

por Vraca, a 14.6 km.

Kameno Pole Gorge

D: Roman church

por Vraca, a 14.7 km.

Roman church

E: Glozhene Monastery

por Igor Kristov, a 23.5 km.

The Glozhene Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox monastery located on the northern slopes of Stara Plani...

Glozhene Monastery

F: Glozhene Sunflowers

por Igor Kristov, a 25.9 km.

Glozhene Sunflowers

G: Kaleto Fortress in Mezdra

por Vraca, a 30.2 km.

Kaleto Fortress in Mezdra

H: Kaleto Fortress in Mezdra

por Vraca, a 30.2 km.

Kaleto Fortress in Mezdra

I: Weaving Workshop

por Plamen Penev, a 31.5 km.

Weaving Workshop

J: Skravena concentration camp

por vladimir-n-nenkov, a 33.6 km.

Huge excavation crater in the mountain near village of Skravena, Northern Bulgaria. The place was onc...

Skravena concentration camp

Este panorama fue tomado en Bulgaria, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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