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Dendrarium - Botanical garden Kishinev Moldova

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B: wedding in dendrarium

by Nikolai Soloviov, 130 meters away

wedding in dendrarium

C: Kishinev Republican Centre of the Youngs and Childrens

by Artur Paluta, 550 meters away

Kishinev - Republican Centre of the Youngs and Childrens. Ex-House of Pioneers - during USSR age. New...

Kishinev Republican Centre of the Youngs and Childrens

D: Kishinev - Stefan cel Mare Str. and Ion Creanga str. crossroads

by Artur Paluta, 590 meters away

Kishinev downtown, Stefan cel Mare str. and Ion Creanga str. crossroads. Two new buildings - Business...

Kishinev - Stefan cel Mare Str. and Ion Creanga str. crossroads

E: Kishinev - Downtown

by Artur Paluta, 970 meters away

Kishinev. Downtown. Crossroads of P.Movila str. and Stefan cel Mare str. There is a Business Centre i...

Kishinev - Downtown

F: Serghei Lazo - Mihail Kogalniceanu intersection

by Alexander Murvanidze, 1.1 km away

Serghei Lazo - Mihail Kogalniceanu intersection

G: Small park at Mateevici street

by Alexander Murvanidze, 1.1 km away

Small park at Mateevici street

H: Valea Morilor park, North entrance

by Alexander Murvanidze, 1.2 km away

Valea Morilor park, North entrance

I: Chisinau - Church - Schimbarea La Fata a Mantuitorului

by Artur Paluta, 1.2 km away

Chisinau. The church is located in the center of the city, near buildings of Parliament an President ...

Chisinau - Church - Schimbarea La Fata a Mantuitorului

J: Valea Morilor park, North coast

by Alexander Murvanidze, 1.2 km away

Valea Morilor park, North coast

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