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Bulgaria. Vitosha. Golden Bridges
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Золотые мосты - удивительный по красоте природный феномен - крупнейшая каменная река в национальном парке Витоша в предместьях Софии. Каменный "поток" шириной 150 метров стекает с вершины горы несколькими языками в долину более чем на 2 километра. Средний размер камушка - 2-3 метра. На закате желтый мох на камнях действительно вспыхивает золотом...

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Uploaded: 27/09/2012
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Tags: bulgaria; golden bridges; vitosha; sofia; forest; rocks; river; landscape; sunset; nature; mountains; hdr
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