GORODISHE SUMMER 2010
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GORODISHE SUMMER 2010

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Scythian settlement. Photo taken fifteenth July, two thousand and ten years on the territory of the village of Zarechnoye Trostianetsky district of the Sumy region of Ukraine. These lands belong to the territory Getmanskogo Natsіonalnogo Park. On the outskirts of Zarechny found the remains of the Scythian settlement times, and three mounds, two settlements and two burial grounds northerners (VIII-X centuries.) And the period of Kievan Rus' (XI-XII centuries)..

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