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Fireworks above Vratsa, Bulgaria
Bulgaria

Fireworks on the 1-st of June to commemorate the honerable death of Hristo Botev - one of the most active revolutioners and freedom fighters in Bulgaria. Every year on the 1st of June people from all around the country come here to enjoy the fireworks and in the morning to go to Okolchitsa peak.

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