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View to Todorka Summit, Vihren Summit and Kutelo Summit in Pirin Mountain
Bulgaria
Bright winter day in Pirin Mountain. Except for the near summits the ridge of Rila Mountain can be clearly seen.
Copyright: Plamen Penev
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Uploaded: 23/08/2010
Updated: 25/08/2014
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Tags: todorka; vihren; kutelo; summit; mountain; nature; skiing; climbing; hiking
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