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Hoverla mountain

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A: Hoverla mountain

by Bohdan Repetylo, 70 meters away

Hoverla mountain at 2,061 m, is the highest mountain in Ukraine and part of the Carpathian Mountains....

Hoverla mountain

B: Hoverla. The highest point of Ukraine.

by Oleg Shevchyshyn, 180 meters away

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Hoverla. The highest point of Ukraine.

C: Goverla

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D: Hoverla

by Oleg Shevchyshyn, 430 meters away


E: River Prut

by Oleg Shevchyshyn, 860 meters away

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River Prut

F: Breskul

by Atamanjyk Vitaliy, 1.2 km away

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G: Waterfall

by Oleg Shevchyshyn, 1.4 km away


H: Ecological point "Peremychka"

by Serhiy Dementiev, 2.3 km away

Ecological point "Peremychka"

I: Polonyna near Petros

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J: Panorama_tmp

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This panorama was taken in Ukraine, Europe

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