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Konakovo - Pier of the village Pervoye Maya (May 1st)

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I have long wanted to visit this place, but walking boats did not reach there. And so it happened. In companies friends, we decided on a four-hour river cruise! At 8.00 the ship moved away from the pier at Konakovo. It was very sunny and fresh. We enjoyed the morning air and views on the shores sitting on the upper deck.

My expectations from the village Pervoe Maya (May Day) did not materialize. Actually the village, we have not seen. The ship moored downstream. Parking was 20 minutes and we still sitting on the top deck. During this stay was shoot this panorama.

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