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Bulgaria. Smolyan. Vaterfall Canyon #8
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Вид на Каньон Водопадов (г.Смолян, Болгария) с ближайшей к нему горной вершины. Находится в получасе подъема от последнего водопада.

Вдалике виден собственно город Смолян.

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Copyright: Victor Orlovsky
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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: bulgaria; vaterfall canyon; landscape; nature; mountains; hdr; smolyan
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