Falakro

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Falakro
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Mount Falakro, seen from the north (from Kochan, Bulgaria)
Highest point
Elevation 2,232 m (7,323 ft) [1]
Coordinates 41°17′38″N 24°05′41″E / 41.2939°N 24.0947°E / 41.2939; 24.0947Coordinates: 41°17′38″N 24°05′41″E / 41.2939°N 24.0947°E / 41.2939; 24.0947
Geography
View from the road to the top of Falakro

Falakro Oros (Greek: Φαλακρό όρος, English: "Bald mountain"; Bulgarian: Боздаг, Bozdag; Turkish: Bozdağ) is a mountain in the Drama regional unit, eastern Greek Macedonia, northern Greece. The elevation of its highest summit, Profitis Ilias, is 2232 meters above the sea level.[1] There is a ski resort on the mountain.

А very small part of a low northern offshoot of Falakro extends into Bulgarian territory, just south of the village of Beslen in Blagoevgrad Province. The highest point that is part of Bulgaria is the forested peak Chiplakbair (1090 metres high) on the border between the two countries.[2]

Road to Falakro Mountain in Drama, north Greece
Lifts in Ski resort on Mountain Falakro, located in Drama, north Greece. Apart the ski track, the lifts end at a cafe-bar which is at 2111m altitude.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Oreivatein.com
  2. ^ Цветанов, Момчил (2014). Българските планини (in Bulgarian). Домино. p. 36. ISBN 9789546512499. 

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