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Karadere
Bulgaria

Karadere is a beautiful beach near Byala, Bulgaria. This is exactly the place when you picture an exotic beach. No electricity, no buildings, no restaurants or clubs - just virgin nature almost untouched by man. The only way to stay here is to camp.

Copyright: Martin Marinov
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送信日: 02/08/2011
更新日: 28/08/2014
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Tags: beach; sand; sun; summer; ocean; sea; black sea; nature; virgin; paradise; waves; remote; preserved; preservation; bulgaria; dere; kara dere; bulgarian; cherno more
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