Bulgaria’s Belogradchik Rocks Top New 7 Wonders of Nature Ranking
The Bulgarian natural phenomenon Belogradchik Rocks (northwestern Bulgaria, Vidin region) topped the New 7 Wonders of Nature world ranking as it got ahead of the Davolja Varos rock formation in Serbia and the world famous Grand Canyon in North America.
Currently the Belogradchik Rocks top the category Caves, Rock Formations, Valleys, as the total number of the categories in the ranking is seven.
The voting for the New 7 Wonders of Nature will continue until July 7th when the competing 260 natural sites will be reduced to 77 – 11 in each category. From those 77 a group of experts will then choose 21 which in the end will be reduced to seven. The new seven wonders of nature will become known in 2011.
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