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fording point of river Borzhava

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Fording across the river Borzhava near the eponymous sanitarium in the village Dolgoe of Irshava district, Zakarpatye region of Ukraine. Only in the summer when the water recedes can cross the river by car. Spring, May...

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A: parachute landing

by O.Petrovich, 160 meters away

Parachute landing of dandelions deploy on meadow near of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dol...

parachute landing

B: noiseful places of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

by O.Petrovich, 380 meters away

Noisy objects are located away from the buildings of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dolgoe ...

noiseful places of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

C: grassplot of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

by O.Petrovich, 440 meters away

A green lawn covers the territory of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dolgoe of Irshava distr...

grassplot of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

D: evening park of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

by O.Petrovich, 460 meters away

Evening park of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dolgoe of Irshava district, Zakarpatye regio...

evening park of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

E: evening fountain of sanitarium "Borzhava"

by O.Petrovich, 470 meters away

In the evening, the fountain comes a lot of people from sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dolgoe o...

evening fountain of sanitarium "Borzhava"

F: balkon of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

by O.Petrovich, 480 meters away

The view from the balcony of the sanitarium "Borzhava" in the village Dolgoe of Irshava district, Zak...

balkon of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

G: lions of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

by O.Petrovich, 490 meters away

The bronze lions guard the entrance to the resort cottages of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the villag...

lions of sanitarium ''Borzhava''

H: forest glade for picnics

by O.Petrovich, 730 meters away

Forest glade is waiting for fun, music and barbecue in the woods near sanitarium Borzhava in the vill...

forest glade for picnics

I: forest mountain rill

by O.Petrovich, 1.0 km away

Little stream flows down the mountainside through the woods to the river Borzhava near the eponymous ...

forest mountain rill

J: forest glade in mountains

by O.Petrovich, 1.1 km away

Rammed by winter snow clearing in the woods on the hillside near sanitarium Borzhava in the village D...

forest glade in mountains

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