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Stargach seen from Bulgaria
|Elevation||1,270 m (4,170 ft)|
|Native name||Bulgarian: Стъргач Greek: Κουλάτα|
|Countries||Bulgaria and Greece|
Stargach (Bulgarian: Стъргач, Greek: Κουλάτα) is a border mountain, situated between Bulgaria and Greece. It is located east of the Slavyanka Mountain, west of the Beslen hill, south of the Pirin Mountains and north of the Kato Novrokopi valley.
With its round outlines, Stargach is a reduced copy of the Slavyanka Mountain. Its highest peak is situated in Greek territory – Stargach or Kulata peak (1,270 m.). The highest peak in Bulgarian territory is Asenov peak (1,218 m.)
The flora of Stargach consists of mainly of bushes and low forests: South European flowering ash (Fraxinus ornus), common hazel (Corylus avellana), common juniper (Juniperus communis), lilac (Syringa spp.), etc. At the highest areas of the mountain grow forests of common beech (Fagus sylvatica).
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