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Cherni Vrah celebration
Bulgaria

116-th year celebration of Bulgarian Tourist union. The location was at the top of Vitosha mountain called Cherni vrah (literally "Black peak" - in Bulgarian "Черни връх"). There was a running race from National Palace of Culture in the center ot Sofia city (capitol of Bulgaria) and the final line - Cherni vrah. Many sports professionals and amateurs participated in the race.

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