Kindergarten 166 Zaporozhye, Ukraine
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Kindergarten 166 Zaporozhye, Ukraine

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Panorama of the entrance to kindergarten. This children's garden spa, type it treats children with delayed speech development. It is located in Ukraine, Zaporozhye - known historic center of the Cossacks, the island Khortytsya ..

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