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Lakatnik, Bulgaria
Bulgaria

This pano is taken on the high cliffs above the village, called Lakatnik. It's locaded around 50km north of Sofia, the capitol of Bulgaria.

On the top of the cliffs there's an old memorial from the comunist era left to be seen.

Copyright: Stefan solakov
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Uploaded: 02/04/2009
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Tags: lakatnik; svoge; bulgaria; cliffs; memorial
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