Photographer's Note

The mouth of the Kamchia River is one of the most beautiful sights of the Bulgarian Black Sea region. It is situated 34 km south of Varna, and 504 km east of Sofia. The region is typical with its large beaches, starting from a place called Paletsa in the north and ending at the Black cape near the village of Shkorpilovtsi in the south. The recently built resort complex forks at the river mouth into Northern Kamchia and Southern Kamchia. The merging of two small rivulets springing from the eastern Balkan Range Louda Kamchia and Golyama Kamchia, forms the Kamchia River. Running down through the Balkan Range it meanders through woodlands called Longoza.

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Additional Photos by Philip Peynerdjiev (testmaniac) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1256 W: 46 N: 1428] (13508)
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