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Kushbunar - mountain spring located about 1050 meters above sea level and amidst 400 year old beech- and coniferous trees. A rarely picturesque spot, famous for its healing vitues and known from Thracian times. Traditionally,on 19 August /Transfiguration of Jesus is annualy celebrated on this date/ sick and healthy people immerse into the water in the hope of a long life.
The spring is also known as haidouk gathering place with unbelievable vital powers – it is believed that it rejuvenates old eagles and turns eaglets into strong birds.

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Sveti Georgi i sveti Todorovoto ayazmo (St. George and St.Theodor's springs) are holy springs located at Barmuk peak in the pine forest above Sliven, near the ruins of the medieval church dedicated to St. George and the area of Selishteto, to the left of Manastirska river,on the path to Marinino gradishte, southwest of "St.Todor" church which used to exist in the Middle Ages.

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Gunchov spring is named after Guncho – Bulgarian revolutionary leader. The spring is located on a huge beech on top of Ravna River. In all probability it was the favourite place of the legendary leader. Spring with a name of a national hero - such a phenomenon is not so often encountered. The place is one of the monuments of the struggle for national liberation of Bulgaria.


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Archangel is a spring whose crystal waters are gushing from a huge gap for which it is said to be created by God. Located northwest of Mount Peschenik, at the eastern skirts of 'Zhaltite skali ' , in the upstream of the Golyam Djendem River, among century-old beech forest.

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Byalata voda (The white water) is a spring turned into a fountain and located in the upprer stream of Manastirska River, on the pathway to Balgarka Mount and Daula.

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Kostova cheshma (Kostova fountain) is a small spring under the pathway between Byalata voda and the area of Karakyutyuk, flowing out through thick mixed deciduous forest.