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Berezovaya Alleya

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Birch alley in Kislovodsk park leads from the Rose Valley in the eastern part of the park. The road leads to the Temple of Air, you can also get to the red sun. Car entry to the park is prohibited, so the road is used for internal transport and harvesting machinery. With Birch alley can turn to Kosygin pathway, which in turn can lead to low seat or to san. Zarya.

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