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Lvov, Gorodotskaya str
L'viv

Gorodotskaya street is the longest and one of the most important arterial streets in Lvov. It starts at Torgovaya square and goes to the village Holodnovokda. Total length is roughly 7.5 km.

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Uploaded: 28/08/2009
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