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Children's small town the Skazka (Fairy tale), Nikolaev, Ukraine. In 70th years of the last century "the Black Sea ship-building factory" has given a gift to the Nikolaev children - wonderful children's small town "Skazka".

The wooden felling of an old fortress, stone medieval castle, ancient sailing vessel the Brawler, now Happiness and the present veteran a steam locomotive - "cuckoo", this that little that is in the Fairy tale. Any generation of the Nikolaev children has grown here.

Copyright: Kolosov mikhail
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Hochgeladen: 20/03/2011
Aktualisiert: 11/08/2014
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Tags: ukraine; nikolaev; dekabristov; street; light; autumn; cars; building; skazka; fairy tale; swing; wooden; town; palace
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