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lions of sanitarium ''Borzhava''
Ukraine

The bronze lions guard the entrance to the resort cottages of the sanitarium “Borzhava” in the village Dolgoe of Irshava district, Zakarpatye region of Ukraine. Spring, May...

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Uploaded: 22/05/2012
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Tags: mountain; lions; relax; spring; karpaty; nature
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