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Vratsata
Bulgaria

A popular place called Vratsata near Vratsa, Bulgaria where the river Leva has been digging for thousands of years through the high cliffs. The place is also famous among rock climbers because of the almost vertical overhanging cliffs (some of them almost 400 m high).

Copyright: Martin marinov
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Uploaded: 24/08/2010
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Tags: nature; rocks; climbing; camping; river; forest; field; woods; cliffs
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