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Sunrise over the Vacha dam
Bulgarie

Vacha is the biggest dam along the Vacha river and one of the biggest in Bulgaria. More than 30 km long and has the highest dam wall in the country - 144 m.

A popular tourist attraction are many houses built on pontoons in the dam lake.

Copyright: Nick spirov
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Chargée: 27/10/2010
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Tags: vacha; dam; sun; sunrise; rhodopes; bulgaria; krichim; devin
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