Панорама в парке на набережной Амура в Хабаровске. Панорама снята с высоты около 100 метров, с помощью воздушного змея.

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Uploaded: 19/12/2012
Updated: 13/10/2014


Tags: khabarovsk; inturist; winter; river; snow; russia; kap; aeriak; kite; kite aerial photography
  • Yury Rybaskiy over 1 year ago
    Панорама супер! Ждем летнюю версию.
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