Autumn Walkway at Boris III boulevard
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Panoramic photo by Branimir Minkov Taken 14:57, 27/10/2012 (Sofia) - Views loading...

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Autumn Walkway at Boris III boulevard

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This place is between "Krasno selo" and "Slavia" park in Sofia. It is very calm on Saturday, except when there is a home game on "Slavia" stadium. The walkway near the bouldevard provides a 6 kilometers walking distance, which is really enjoyable at the autumn. Made by LazyWeaver

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