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Foto panoramica di Nick Spirov PRO EXPERT Scattata 17:25, 01/01/2010 - Views loading...

Iskar River by night - near Lakatnik in Bulgaria

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Shot in dark night over the Lakatnik suspended bridge.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Bulgaria

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A: Lakatnik station, Bulgaria

di Nick Spirov, 360 metri di distanza

The Lakatnik train station is situated in the middle of the spectacular Iskar river gorge. The nearby...

Lakatnik station, Bulgaria

B: Lakatnik Rocks

di George Atanasov, 610 metri di distanza

The Lakatnik Rocks are located in Bulgaria on the Iskar Gorge passing though the Balkan Mountains. At...

Lakatnik Rocks

C: Lakatnik Rocks

di George Atanasov, 620 metri di distanza

The Lakatnik Rocks are located in Bulgaria on the Iskar Gorge passing though the Balkan Mountains. At...

Lakatnik Rocks

D: Laktnik 05

di George Atanasov, 650 metri di distanza

Laktnik 05

E: Lakatnik 08

di George Atanasov, 870 metri di distanza

The Lakatnik Rocks are located in Bulgaria on the Iskar Gorge passing though the Balkan Mountains. At...

Lakatnik 08

F: Lakatnik

di George Atanasov, 900 metri di distanza

The Lakatnik Rocks are located in Bulgaria on the Iskar Gorge passing though the Balkan Mountains. At...

Lakatnik

G: Lakatnik cliffs

di Ivan Minov, 1.1 km di distanza

The Lakatnik Cliffs are a unique rock phenomenon with sheer walls on the left hand side of the Iskar ...

Lakatnik cliffs

H: Lakatnik 09

di George Atanasov, 1.1 km di distanza

The Lakatnik Rocks are located in Bulgaria on the Iskar Gorge passing though the Balkan Mountains. At...

Lakatnik 09

I: Lakatnik, Bulgaria

di Stefan Solakov, 1.3 km di distanza

This pano is taken on the high cliffs above the village, called Lakatnik. It's locaded around 50km no...

Lakatnik, Bulgaria

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Text by Steve Smith.

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