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Zlato Pole

village of Zlato Pole, village of Brod, village of Raynovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
The largest natural wetland along the Maritsa River. The protected area covers a total of 84.79 ha. It encompasses parts of the lands of the villages of Nova Nadezhda (Haskovo municipality), Brod, Raynovo and Zlato pole (Dimitrovgrad Municipality).

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It includes a complex of interconnected water basins of different shapes, sizes and depths, reed and bulrush colonies, small islands and pastures. It is the natural habitat of many endangered and protected plant and animal species such as the European white water lily, the pygmy cormorant, the great bittern, the whooper swan, the mute swan and other water fowl, the European pond turtle, etc.
 
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"The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme."
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