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The Gazey peak looked from Polezhan and the Upper Gazey Lake.
|Location||Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria|
Gazey (Bulgarian: Газей) is a peak in the Pirin mountain, Bulgaria situated on a small sideward ridge of the Polejansli Ridge. It is 2,761 m high, which makes it ninth in the mountain. Viewed from Polejan it looks small, rising slightly above the Upper Polejan lake but its western slopes are dizzy as they descent towards the valley of Damyanitsa. The peak looks majestic from the valley, it can be clearly seen even from the Razlog Valley. Below the larger peak tower a lower one which also looks imposing. The ridge of the same name forms a cirque in which the two Gazey lakes, some of the highest in the Balkans are located as well as the Gazey river. also a word used tto describe one who gazes about much