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Kanał Bydgoski - Czterej Pancerni i Pies - miejsce filmowe
Poland

Miejsce filmowe upamiętniajace sceny z serialu "Czterej Pancerni i pies" kręcone w Bydgoszczy nad kanałem Bydgoskim w roku 1969. Miejsce w którym kręcone były sceny przedstawione są w odcinku 15 serialu pod tytułem "Wysoka fala".

Panoramę 360' wykonała firma United Artists z Bydgoszczy.

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