The photographic exhibition "Wild Landscapes of Bulgaria" presents 22 photographs of the young photographer Dobrin Minkov. The photos take us to the magic untouched lands of Bulgaria, showing us the dynamics of the different seasons, the elements of nature and the breathtaking views from above. The author tells about each of the places in Rila, Pirin, Rhodope Mountains and Stara Planina, which he photographed, and gives a geolocation to the description of each photo.
The exhibition allows us to immerse in foggy mornings and blood red sunsets, shows us familiar places from unknown points of view, reveals the beauty of Bulgarian nature - its raw but also gentle side, the peace and tranquility it brings. Moments of intimate connection with nature, which Dobrin Minkov captures and shares with us.
Sunrise at Popova kapa peak. The peak is situated at 2704 m in the Rila National Park. The park was established in 1992, in order to preserve complexes of self-regulating ecosystems and their inherent species diversity, as well as habitats of rare and endangered species, which are of global importance for science and culture. There are 120 natural lakes on its territory, mostly of glacial origin.
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Muratovo Lake is a glacial lake located at 2230 m above sea level at the foot of Muratov peak, located in Pirin mountain. The lake is located on the territory of Pirin National Park, whose nature reserves are part of the network of biosphere reserves under the UNESCO "Man and Biosphere" programme.
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Kuru dere is located within the Sokolna Reserve, located at the foot of the Triglav Massif, part of Central Balkan National Park. Central Balkan is one of the three national parks in Bulgaria. There are 9 reserves on its territory, eight of the nine nature reserves are on the UN list of Representative Protected Areas, and four of the nature reserves are included in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves under the UNESCO "Man and Biosphere" programme.
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Crocuses аrе a genus of flowering plants in the Iris family (Iridaceae). Spring crocuses are among the first flowers to bloom after the snow melts. The photo was shot near Strashnoto lake (lit. transl. "The Scary Lake") , part of Rila National Park.
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