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Bulgaria. Velingrad. At The Bottom Of The Ostrets Mount
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Прекрасное место у подножия горы Острец в окрестностях города Велинград, Болгария. Местные ходят сюда за тридевять земель.

На вершине недавно были обнаружены следы уникального святилища древнего фракийского племени бесов. Невдалеке от него сейчас реставрируют православный монастырь.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 24/09/2012
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