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quarry Tserovo

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The quarry, near to Tserovo village.

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B: overlooking the village Tserovo

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overlooking the village Tserovo from the Red rock.

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C: Red rock in Tserovo village

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E: Iskar river

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Iskar river near to Bov train station.

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G: Bula peak - 360 view

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H: Vazov"s ecopath

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I: Vazov`s ecopath

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The ecopath connects the villages Bov and Zasele.

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J: Touristic road "Vazovs path"

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The tourist destination "Vazov's path" is the only way by which one can go to the waterfall "Skaklya"

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