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Bulgaria. Smolyan. Neviasta Mount #21
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Гора Невяста в окрестностях города Смолян - колоритнейшее место... с какой стороны ни взгляни. А встретить тут закат - особенная роскошь :)

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Tags: bulgaria; smolyan; smolian; neviasta; sunset; landscape; nature; mountains; hdr
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