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Vraca from above - Bulgaria
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A beautiful view over Vraca. From tha point of view are visible Vraca - city, chemistry factory with it's reservoir, Skaklya - waterfall, Vratcata - a natural "gate" between vertical rocks and the lift from "nowhere" to the "middle of nowhere".

Copyright: Vladimir-n-nenkov
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Загружена: 02/02/2012
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Tags: balkans; mountain; nature; rocks; winter; waterfall
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