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Kamen Del
Bulgaria

View from Kamen Del peak on Vitosha mountain. Kamem Del is rising to 1,862 metres and is the most conspicuous peak seen from the Bulgarian capital, Sofia.

Copyright: Igor kristov
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Uploaded: 01/05/2009
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