Srebarna is important freshwater lake and Bulgarian Nature Reserve listed on the UNESCO Heritage List since 1983. It is located in north-eastern part of Bulgaria, near the village Srebarna. It is home to hundreds of species of birds. Srebarna Nature Reserve is located on the major migration route between Europe and Africa. Most of the birds are very rare and endangered species. Among the most important you can see herons, Dalmatian pelican, glossy ibis, and others.
Srebarna lake is one of the most significant natural heritage in Bulgaria. The entire lake is surrounded by mosses, which reach a length of more than 1.5 km. The water covers an area of 638 hectares.
You will find here also many rare plants. This place is a paradise for nature lovers and ornithologists.
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