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Dolina Roz

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Rose Valley is located in the central part of the park at an altitude of about 900 meters above sea level. Over an area of ​​three hectares planted with different kinds of roses that bloom mainly in the second half of summer. Winter Rose Valley retains its charm and is a place of pilgrimage for tourists and a favorite place for walking locals. Above the ground can be seen stretched rope ropeway that leads from the lower station to the Olympic complex . A bird's-eye look at the Valley advise everyone.

Rose Valley is located south of the Olympics legacy 80 - Kislovodsk pool, not currently active , destroyed. 

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A: Dolina Roz-Winter

by Dmitry Valkov, 40 meters away

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B: Kislovodsk Swimming pool fasade

by Dmitry Valkov, 170 meters away

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C: Kislovodsk Swimming pool deserted

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D: Kislovodsk Swimming pool courtyard

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E: Kislovosdky indoor swimming pool

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F: Berezovaya Alleya

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G: Eagle (sculpture). Kislovodsk.

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H: Ordgzonikidze Vxod V Park Dolina Roz

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I: Lane in park

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J: Bas-relief V.I.Lenin (Kislovodsk)

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Text by Steve Smith.

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