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Cherries in the field near the village
Bulgaria

It is evening in the fields near the village of Ivanovci, situated 18 kilometers from Vidin town, under one of the cherry trees growing in the wild. Delicious piece of fruit. This village is founded almost a century ago by emigrants from Serbia. The woods provide a good deal of game and are perfect for picnic.

Copyright: Branimir minkov
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Uploaded: 06/06/2014
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Tags: bulgaria; vidin; ivanovci; field; видин; Ивановци; Поле; гора; дърво; храст; wood; forest; bush
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