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The Stone Forest

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Plamena
Plamena
July 22, 2018
Natural phenomenon “Stone Forest” is better known with its Bulgarian name “Pobiti kamani” which could be translated as “stones beaten into the ground”. Seven large and several separate small groups are located on the north and south from the Beloslav Lake. These are numerous limestone pillars as…
Yana
Yana
October 30, 2017
Natural phenomenon “Stone Forest” is better known with its Bulgarian name “Pobiti kamani” which could be translated as “stones beaten into the ground”. Seven large and several separate small groups are located on the north and south from the Beloslav Lake. Opening hours: In winter: 10 a.m. - 5…
Станислав
Станислав
January 21, 2019
Уникальный парк - Каменный лес! Аналогичный находится в США. Место силы, очень мощная энергетика!

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Varna, 9144
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