Berezniki, View from the Mountain
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Berezniki, View from the Mountain

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A: Berezniki, mountain river

by Taranenko Aleksey, 320 meters away

Berezniki, mountain river

B: Berezniki, View from the Mountain 2

by Taranenko Aleksey, 530 meters away

Красивая горная местность, в низу находится село Березники, Закарпатье, Большие сугробы, чистый возду...

Berezniki, View from the Mountain 2

C: Berezniki Center

by Taranenko Aleksey, 530 meters away

село Березники, цент села. На фото видны сельская рада, магазины, маленький базарчик, горная река. Зи...

Berezniki Center

D: Berezniki, church

by Taranenko Aleksey, 710 meters away

Село Березники , местная церковь

Berezniki, church

E: beach of Borzhava river near village Bronka

by O.Petrovich, 11.0 km away

Rocky beach on the river Borzhava. Village Bronka of Irshava district, Zakarpatye region, Ukraine. Sp...

beach of  Borzhava river near village Bronka

F: holiday seeing-off of shepherds

by O.Petrovich, 11.1 km away

Pinfold for sheep and goats on a rural holiday a seeing-off of shepherds with flocks on summer pastur...

holiday seeing-off of shepherds

G: holiday a seeing-off of shepherds 2

by O.Petrovich, 11.1 km away

Rural holiday a seeing-off of shepherds with flocks on summer pastures in mountains (to «polonyny»). ...

holiday a seeing-off of shepherds 2

H: Hrab Mountain

by Vladimir Kobal, 11.9 km away

Hrab Mountain

I: trout farm

by O.Petrovich, 13.4 km away

Trout farm on the river Borzhava. Visitors can fish out a trout, which will to fry for them right awa...

trout farm

J: Polonyna Borzhava

by Bohdan Repetylo, 13.7 km away

Polonyna Borzhava

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