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Bansko, Bulgaria
Bulgaria

Bansko is a town in south-western Bulgaria. It's often associated with the well known ski resort, located in the area. The town has a big historical meaning to the bulgarians.

Copyright: Stefan Solakov
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Uploaded: 04/04/2009
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