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Rila - Otovitsa Like
Bulgaria

Вече сме на билото между връх Сейменски камък и връх Отовица. Под нас е Отовишкото езеро, зад нас е хижа Иван Вазов, а зад нея Голям /в ляво/ и Малък Калин /в дясно/.  Това са двата върха със сянка между тях.

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Uploaded: 03/09/2011
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Tags: nature; bulgaria; rila; mountain; road; kalin; dam; ivan vazov; hut; lake; otovitsa; ridge
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