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View form the Hut (hizhata) above Vratsa. Vratsa is situated in North-western Bulgaria in the skirts of Stara planina (Old mountains) called "Vrachanski Balkan". For more info please see wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vratsa

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