Aviation academy in Minsk
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Aviation academy in Minsk

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Images à proximité de Minsk

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A: Chizovka Arena

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 2.1 km

Chizovka Arena

B: Minsk Chyzhovskoye Reservoir

Par Igor Chuevskyi, A 2.9 km

This reservoir located on the south edge of Minsk city. On the opposite bank you can see Minsk Chyzho...

Minsk Chyzhovskoye Reservoir

C: Minsk, Serebryanka district

Par Igor Chuevskyi, A 3.5 km

Minsk city, Serebryanka district. This panorama was taken near to the place I live in. This channel b...

Minsk, Serebryanka district

D: Minsk - Svislach River, Svelta Market, Bicycle Road (Minsk, Belаrus)

Par Igor Chuevskyi, A 3.8 km

Landscape near to Chyzhovskoye reservoir that is the border between two districts -  Serebryanka and ...

Minsk - Svislach River, Svelta Market, Bicycle Road (Minsk, Belаrus)

E: TEC-3 minsk 2

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 4.0 km

TEC-3 minsk 2

F:

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 4.2 km

Виртуальный тур по ссылке | Virtual tour at link

G: TEC-3 minsk 3

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 4.4 km

TEC-3 minsk 3

H: TEC-3 minsk 1

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 4.5 km

TEC-3 minsk 1

I: TEC-3 minsk 4

Par Dzmitry Lasko, A 4.5 km

TEC-3 minsk 4

J: Minsk, loshitskyi park. Red mill ruins and amphitheater (Minsk, Belаrus)

Par Igor Chuevskyi, A 5.1 km

Red mill ruins. This house was built in 19th century and belonged to Lubanskyi family. In Soviet Unio...

Minsk, loshitskyi park. Red mill ruins and amphitheater (Minsk, Belаrus)

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