10. Magura Cave
The Magura Cave (Bulgarian: Магурата) (from Arumanian magura = hill) is located in north-western Bulgaria close to the village of Rabisha, at 18 km from the town of Belogradchik in the Vidin Province. The total length of the Magura cave is 2,5 km. The largest inland lake in the country, the Rabisha Lake, is situated in the vicinity of the cave and the whole region has been declared a natural landmark.
Ovech fortress is situated east of the present city Provadia. Located on the mountain plateau above the city bearing the name Kaleto. The fortress was built by the Byzantines and functions from IV century to the beginning of VII century, after that nearly a century it is not active. Occupation and re-started from the XI century to the end of the XVII century. Zenith, however, suffered during the Second Bulgarian Kingdom. The Byzantines called the fortress - Provaton, Bulgarians - Ovech and Turks - Tash Hisar (stone fortress). In the historical chronicles of the XII century was mentioned by name Burfanta.
The Belogradchik Fortress (Bulgarian: Белоградчишка крепост), also known as Kaleto (The Fortress from Turkish kale), is an ancient fortress close to the northwestern Bulgarian town of Belogradchik and the primary cultural and historical tourist attraction of the town, drawing, together with the Belogradchik Rocks, the main flow of tourists into the region. It is one of the best-preserved strongholds in Bulgaria and a cultural monument of national importance.
Devil's Throat cave was formed of the collapse of earth layers. The cave is located near Trigrad in the Trigrad Gorge. The great hall is the highest underground waterfall on the Balkan Peninsula. The name of the cave comes from the shape of the previous entry, devil-like head. The cave was formed by a river falling into the ground from 42 m, forming a huge hall called Rumbling Hall. Its length is 110 m, width - 40 m, and height - 35 m. This is the largest room in the Bulgarian caves after the entry hall Devetashka cave.
Lovech fortress is located on a hill Hissar in the southern part of Lovech. The fortress is from the Roman Empire, when the territory of Lovech today is built and operated Roman road station called Presidium. The castle is one of the last captured by the Ottoman Turks in Bulgaria.
Gorno Breznishko Lake lies in a small funnel incorporated circus southeast of Mount Chengelchal at height of 2579 meters. Its measures are approximately 180 to 100 meters. The lake has rocky shores with no vegetation around it. There are intermittent inflow and in summer it dries. The ideal funnel of Gorno Breznishko Lake and Mount Chengelchal watched from the region of Yanuzov Ridge is one of the most spectacular scenery in the alpine parts of Pirin Mountain.
The Bacho Kiro cave is situated 5 kilometers west of the town Dryanovo, Bulgaria, only 300 meters away from the Dryanovo Monastery. It is embedded in the exquisit canyons of the Andaka and Dryanovo River. The first tourists entered the cave in 1938, two years before it was actually called the Bacho Kiro cave after the Bulgarian National Revival enlightener Bacho Kiro.
1. Okoto Lake
Okoto Lake (The Eye Lake) is one of the Seven Rila Lakes. It has a depth of 37.5 m and is located at 2440 m above sea level. It is also known by the name Sarceto Lake (The Heart Lake). Okoto Lake is drained from the north-eastern end to the Bliznaka Lake. The Seven Rila Lakes (Bulgarian: Седем рилски езера) are a group of glacial lakes, situated in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. They are the most visited group of lakes in Bulgaria. The lakes are situated between 2100 and 2500 m elevation above sea level.
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