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Glade of Fairy Tales
Ukraine

One of the most pleasant and unexpected places in Donetsk - this park, located near the children's railway, Glade of Fairy Tales.

A place where you can see fabulous Soviet characters, was built in 1970 year. Old, but such beloved Prince Ivan, Bear, Frog, Fisher of "Goldfish".

In 2012, the park was renovated, giving the place a more magical view.

Copyright: Ukraine
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Uploaded: 09/06/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: парки; достопримечательности; парковые зоны; необычные места
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