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Birdwacher tower
Latvia

Вышка для наблюдения за птицами, построенная в Даугавгривском приморском заповеднике. Находится в Риге, недалеко от устья Даугавы. Красивое место, неподалеку расположены деревянные тропы по заповеднику

Copyright: Валерий Иванюта
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Subida: 04/12/2012
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