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Small chapel in Vartop near Vidin
Bulgaria

Vartop is a small village in the Vidin municipality, situated over the canyon of Archar river 3 kilometers from the international road E-79 Sofia-Vidin-Kalafat. From the intersection of the latter at Sratsimir rail station there is an asphalt road. The annual fun fair in Vartop village takes place on the ecclesiastical holiday Holy Spirit with a lot of music and collective horo dancing. This panorama has been shot right before the eve of Easter next to a small chapel. Made by LazyWeaver

Copyright: Branimir minkov
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 09/05/2013
Updated: 24/03/2014
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