Vratsa's Balkan 2 (near Ledenika)
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Vratsa's Balkan 2 (near Ledenika)

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A view from a hilltop near Vratsa (Bulgaria) in late December. The name of that part of the mountain is Vratsa's Balkan, which is a part of the longest mountain in Bulgaria - Stara Planina.

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