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Bebresh viaduct of motorway Hemus
Bulgaria

Panorama was taken under the bridge of Bebresh viaduct. With it's clear height underneath of 120 m is the highest bridge in the Balkan peninsula. It is part of motorway Hemus (A2) and is located close to town of Botevgrad. Bebresh viaduct is a very popular place for bungee and base jumping. Even at the time I took the pictures there was a bungee jumper over my head - ropes are visible on the West side of the bridge.

Copyright: Vladimir N Nenkov
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Uploaded: 28/02/2012
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: viaduct; bridge; road; highway; motorway; bungee jumping; base jumping
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