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Bulgaria. Smolyan. Vaterfall Canyon #5
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Каньон водопадов в предместьях города Смолян (Болгария).

Удивительной красоты тропа по течению небольшой реки, изобилующая большими и маленькими водопадами. Это последний водопад пятикилометрового маршрута, дальше тропа уходит резко вверх к двум панорамным плошадкам на высоте более 1600 метров.

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Copyright: Victor orlovsky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: bulgaria; smolyan; vaterfall; canyon; landscape; nature; mountains; hdr
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