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Musala peak
Bulgaria

The highest peak in Balkan Peninsula with an altitude of 2 925 m. It is situated in Rila mountain, Bulgaria. The two visible buildings are the old and the new meteo stations for observing changes in weather.

Copyright: Martin Marinov
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Uploaded: 26/08/2011
Updated: 28/08/2014
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