Sandeva Watermill in Kalofer
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Sandeva Watermill in Kalofer

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A: Kalofer

by Plamen Penev, 1.5 km away


B: Hut Ray at night

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C: Waterfall Raysko Praskalo

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D: Sunset over Botev peak

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E: Suchurum waterfall

by Ivan Petrushev, 13.3 km away

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F: Pleven Hut / Хижа Плевен

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I: Парк в Априлци / Park in Apriltsi

by Красимир Петков, 24.7 km away

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J: Camels

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