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Lubava atrium
Ukraine

Расположенный в самом центре Черкасс ТРЦ Любава является одним из самых излюбленных мест для шопинга и досуга. Это четырехэтажное здание с просторным атриумом со стеклянной крышей-куполом, благодаря которому в помещении много света и воздуха, что делает досуг и шоппинг особенно приятными.

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Uploaded: 03/09/2013
Updated: 17/04/2014
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