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Bulgaria. Strange Gate Cave
Bulgaria

Удивительный скальный феномен «Чудны'е мосты» (ударение на "ы"),  расположенные среди соснового леса по течению реки Айдарско дере (недалеко от города Смолян). Образования этих чудны'х мостов произошло, вероятно, при землетрясении, обрушившем пещеру. С течением времени под воздействием атмосферных процессов в мраморных скалах оформились два редких по своей красоте, естественных мраморных моста.

Дождливая погода оказалась только кстати, создав этакий ореол дремучести и загадочности :)

Copyright: Виктор Орловский
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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: bulgaria; strange gate; cave; river; landscape; nature; mountains; hdr
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