Borovets ski runs from the botom
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Borovets ski runs from the botom

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Panorama was taken from the botom of ski runs in Borovets - one of the most famous Bulgarian ski resorts, situated in Rila mountains about 70 km South from the capitol Sofia. There is option for night skiing and additional night ski pass must be bought. From the ski runs there are visible Vitosha mountains, Iskar reservoir and town of Samokov.

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