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Vratsa from above Skaklya waterfall
Bulgaria

Panorama view of Vratsa, North-Western Bulgaria, from above the Skaklya waterfall. Skaklya is a 140 m vertical rock waterfall and with it's height it is the heighest waterfall (but not full year) in Bulgaria and on the Balkan peninsula. Vratsa's Balkan is famous with it's vertical rocks and is one of the best place for rock climbing in Bulgaria. Few kilometers away there is Ledenika cave. In the Autumn and Spring it is very beautiful as there are many icicles inside.

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Uploaded: 05/06/2012
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