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|Golyam Beglik reservoir
язовир Голям Беглик
A view of the reservoir
|Location||Pazardzhik Province, Rhodope Mountains|
|Max. length||5.5 km (3.4 mi)|
|Max. width||5 km (3.1 mi)|
|Surface area||4.1 km²|
|Water volume||62,100,000 m3|
Golyam Beglik is a reservoir near the central parts of the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria. It was formerly officially called the Vasil Kolarov reservoir in honour of Vasil Kolarov, a communist political leader of the People's Republic of Bulgaria.
There is a large diversity of game near the reservoir territory. There are bear, deer, foxes, wolves, as well as smaller animals such as rabbits, hedgehogs, squirrels. There are also many wild ducks and geese near its water areas. The place is well suited for developing hunting tourism that is traditional in the region.
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