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Rila Karagyol
Bulgaria

Гледка към Карагьол. Това е естествено езеро с добавена изкуствена стена за увеличаване на обема му.  С тунел е свърpано с язовир Калин. Вижда се долината, в която е хижа Иван Вазов, а в далечината Мальовишкия дял.

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