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Road to Skaklya
Bulgaria

Panorama was created on the road to Skaklya (Skaklia, Скакля - Bulgarian) waterfall. It is situated in Vraca's Balkan - North-Western Bulgaria. With it's height of 141 m it is the highest waterfall at the Balkan peninsula, but it is not full year active one. From the top of  it there is a very nice view towards town of Vraca and Danubian plain.

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