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Khortytsia. Scythian camp.
Ukraine
Memorial-tourist complex "Scythian camp" (Zorov Tomb) is located on the highest point of Khortitsa. Three ancient burial mound plus another eight were artificially created on the same spot with already investigated and destroyed. There are Polovtsian stone image and stylized Cossackwatch-tower placed on the barrow. There is a Stone products museum near the barrow.
Copyright: Anton kalkasov
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Uploadet: 22/09/2009
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Tags: khortytsia; 2009; ukraine; zaporizhia; sanctuary
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