Batak reservoir - view from the dam
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Batak reservoir - view from the dam

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The panorama presents the view of the lake of Batak reservoir. View from the dam. The adjacent Batak is a nice village in Rodopy mountain in South border of Bulgaria. The moment is spring, May, 2012, a minutes before storm comming.
The region is one of most beautifuls in Bulgaria with nice places for relax, fishing and other distractions.

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