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Krasnaya Gorka “Krasnaya gorka” (“Red Hill”). Pinega river. Krasnogorsky Bogoroditsky (the Mother of God) Monastery. Arkhangelsk Region. Near the road Arkhangelsk-Mezen, 188 km from Arkhangelsk.

“Krasnaya gorka” (“Red Hill”).Pinega river.

Krasnogorsky Bogoroditsky (the Mother of God) Monastery.

Near the road Arkhangelsk-Mezen, 188 km from Arkhangelsk.

Panoramic view of the Russian northern forests and the river Pinega stretching for dozens of kilometres around.Arkhangelsk Region.

Copyright: Churbanov Yakov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 01/08/2010
Uploaded: 23/11/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014


Tags: “krasnaya gorka”; “red hill"; road arkhangelsk-mezen; 188 km from arkhangelsk; krasnogorsky bogoroditsky; monastery; mother of god monastery; pinega; pinega river; panorama; spherical panorama; arkhangelsk region
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