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Lakatnik station, Bulgaria
Bulgaria

The Lakatnik train station is situated in the middle of the spectacular Iskar river gorge. The nearby rocks (as seen in the panorama) are the country's most known climbing attraction.

The location is a favourite weekend hiking place for Sofia citizens for more than a century.

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Uploaded: 24/01/2010
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Tags: lakatnik; rocks; climbing; train; river; iskar; bridge
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