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Halt with a view to Blyznytsi and Marmarosh
Ukraine

Halt on a meadow over Kvasy, on the road from meadow Sheshul. In the north-east flaunt Blyznytsi and in the south Marmarosh is seen.

Copyright: Bohdan Repetylo
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Uploaded: 27/10/2010
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Tags: blyznytsi; marmarosh; mountain; landscape; autumn
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