Tzvetino Railway Station Panorama
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Tzvetino Railway Station Panorama

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The reail way station of Tzvetino is situated in Rila-south mountain on the Septemvry - Bansko railway line that passed on the highest level on Balkans. Very nice for tourism - nice villages on 2000m altitude, fine views and mountain panoramas. 

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