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Sofia, Sofiya-Grad, Bulgaria   35.20% (44)
Gorna Arda, Smolyan, Bulgaria   25.60% (32)
Tundzha, Khaskovo, Bulgaria   17.60% (22)
Vienna, Wien, Austria   11.20% (14)
Belene, Pleven, Bulgaria   11.20% (14)
Dospat, Smolyan, Bulgaria   9.60% (12)
Kozloduy, Vratsa, Bulgaria   9.60% (12)
Dospat', Smolyan, Bulgaria   8.80% (11)
Ceylan, Sanliurfa, Turkey   8.80% (11)
Black Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   6.40% (8)
Brussels, Bruxelles-Capitale, Belgium   6.40% (8)
Trud, Plovdiv, Bulgaria   4.00% (5)
Sliven, Sliven, Bulgaria   4.00% (5)
Ceylan, Mugla, Turkey   4.00% (5)
Burgas, Burgas, Bulgaria   4.00% (5)
Paris, Rhã´Alpes, France   4.00% (5)
Plovdiv, Plovdiv, Bulgaria   3.20% (4)
Arda, Giresun, Turkey   3.20% (4)
Kavarna, Dobrich, Bulgaria   3.20% (4)
Bucharest, Bucuresti, Romania   2.40% (3)
Gabrovo, Gabrovo, Bulgaria   2.40% (3)
Kardzhali, Kurdzhali, Bulgaria   2.40% (3)
Rila, Kyustendil, Bulgaria   2.40% (3)
Danube River, Romania (General), Romania   2.40% (3)
Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey   2.40% (3)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   2.40% (3)
Iztok, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria   2.40% (3)
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom   1.60% (2)
Rhodope, Rodã³Gr, Greece   1.60% (2)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   1.60% (2)
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