Hoverla. The highest point of Ukraine.
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Hoverla. The highest point of Ukraine.

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Goverla - the highest peak of the Ukrainian Carpathians and the highest point of Ukraine, the height of 2060.8 meters located in Rakhiv region on the border of Ivano-Frankivsk and Transcarpathian regions on the array Chornohora.

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A: Hoverla mountain

Par Bohdan Repetylo, à 100 mètres

Hoverla mountain at 2,061 m, is the highest mountain in Ukraine and part of the Carpathian Mountains....

Hoverla mountain

B: Hoverla mountain

Par Serhiy Dementiev, à 180 mètres

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C: Goverla

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D: Hoverla

Par Oleg Shevchyshyn, à 470 mètres

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E: River Prut

Par Oleg Shevchyshyn, à 750 mètres

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F: Breskul

Par Atamanjyk Vitaliy, A 1.0 km

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G: Waterfall

Par Oleg Shevchyshyn, A 1.3 km

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H: Ecological point "Peremychka"

Par Serhiy Dementiev, A 2.3 km

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I: Panorama_tmp

Par Andrey Tolokov, A 4.9 km

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J: Ozero Nesamovute

Par Alex, A 5.0 km

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