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KAMCHIA

The mouth of the Kamchia River - a unique combination of Longoz forests, vast dunes, and the sea - is one of the most beautiful nature spots in Bulgaria.
The Romans built the Erite fortress on the left bank of what was then known as the Panisos River. The Slavs who settled here later called it Ticha. Today's name has a Kuman origin. Coming down from the Balkan Mountains, the river meanders through the Longoz forest region, which contains over 40 species of trees, many bushes, and water lilies. The entire flood plain has been declared a biospheric reserve protected by UNESCO, for the preservation of one of the most impressive ecosystems on the planet. In this reserve, specialists have discovered 26 species of small mammals and 258 species of birds. However, complex emergency measures are necessary to preserve the future of the Longoz forests.

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