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Bulgaria. Rila Reservat. Maliovica Lakes #9

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Чистое горное озеро на вершине Мальовица (резерват Рила, недалеко от Софии) на высоте около 2,5 км.

Начало августа, но по берегам еще кое-где лежит снег.Озеро питает родник, дающий начало реке Урдина.
На самом деле озер семь, но до остальных мы в этот раз не дошли... Дальше тропа идет через перевал в знаменитый Рильский монастырь.
Всё бы хорошо, только вот тучи комаров. Что они тут едят когда нету туристов? :)

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