Kazanite and Vihren in Pirin

Kazanite (caldrons) is a place under peak Vihren and it shape makes low pressure volumes and clouds looks like boiling water (this is where the name comes from). It is located in Pirin mountains i South-Western Bulgaria, near Bansko - of the most famous ski resorts in Bulgaria. 

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Updated: 27/08/2012


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