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Dragalevtsi Monastery "Virgin Mary of Vitosha"
Sofia

Located about 3 km kilometers south of the suburb named Dragalevtsi, near Sofia, Bulgaria, huddled in the foot of the Vitosha mountain. One of the most beautiful monasteries in Sofia region and easily accessible too.

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Uploaded: 15/11/2009
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