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The road to Kalin Dam
Bulgaria

По пътя към язовир Калин - 16 км от село Пастра на 805 м надморска височина до язовира на 2394м. Пътят продължава до билото между връх Калин и връх Голям Полич и стига до Карагьол. След това към хижа Иван Вазов се продължава само пеша.

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Uploaded: 03/09/2011
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