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The Seven Rila Lakes
Bulgaria

Гледка от билото към Седемте рилски езера. Това е мястото, от където се виждат и седемте езера, макар и не целите. Малкото, най-високо под билото е Сълзата, надолу следва Окото /най-дълбокото/, под него е Бъбрека, от Близнака се вижда малка част и надолу следват Трилистника, Рибното и Долното.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2011
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Tags: nature; bulgaria; rila; mountain; ivan vazov; hut; lake; otovitsa; ridge; seven; okoto; salzata
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