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Buki Governor’s manor (at the bridge)
Ukraine

You’re at the heart of the manor of the famous entrepreneur and the father of the Governor of village Buki (spelled like “Boo-key”) Ivan Suslov (spelled like “Soos-low”). The magnificent castle-like complex and landscape park were founded at mid-nineties of XX century. The entrance to the manor is free of charge, working hours – 10.00 to 17.00, open for visiting on Sat, Sun and Mon. However, the territory is only partly available for visiting due to the fact that it is lived in. The river Rastavitsa flows over the bridge, you’re standing nearby, so that every car entering the complex is to be “washed” a little bit, while people can use wooden planks on the both sides of the bridge for crossing to the other side.

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Uploaded: 04/06/2011
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